The St Jacques de Compostelle Pilgrims' Way or GR65
This is almost a mythical route, at one and the same time physical and spiritual, enabling the pilgrim to not only find inner peace but discover amazing architectural wonders along the way.
As well as the main bridle paths or 'Grandes Randonnées' such as the GR65, the GR46 and the GR36, the Tarn et Garonne also offers local bridle paths known as GRP: Quercy-Pays de Serres and Midi-Quercy. The Tarn-et-Garonne welcomes hikers!
In the Tarn-et-Garonne, your children will also love rambling!
Why not opt for several hours discovering elves or else bird watching in St-Nicolas de la Grave, or you could follow the otters' trail.... there are outings for all the family
For your next holiday or outing why not think natural as well as practical... on your bike!
The Tarn-et-Garonne boasts two cycle routes: the Two seas canal green cycle path and the Aveyron Gorges circuit, which enable you to visit, either as a family or with friends, wonderful landscapes, beautiful villages as well as the celebrated tourist attractions of the Midi Pyrenees. Whether a cycling fan, sports fanatic or just a Sunday tripper, you will find what you're looking for in the Tarn-et-Garonne.
Two Seas canal green cycle path
With more than 650 km of cycle paths, totally safe, this cycle path links Toulouse to Bordeaux. But more than that, you can wander off to explore the Fronton vineyards; the town of Moissac, classed 'Grand Site de Midi-Pyrénées' as well as a UNESCO world Heritage Site; the pretty marina at Castelsarrasin and also Valence d’Agen, with its historical show "History drifting along with the current".
The cycle path in the valley and the Aveyron Gorges
This cycle path, 85 km long, links Montauban with the road to Ramierou, finally arriving in Laguépie. The signposting of this circuit, along roads with not much traffic, allows you to easily cross the plains of Montauban to visit the mediaeval villages of villages Montricoux, Bruniquel, Penne, St Antonin Noble Val, Varen and Laguépie in the Aveyron Gorges.
Rambling on horseback
Walking, trotting, galloping... the choice is yours !
Horse riding circuit in South Quercy
North of Montauban, this circuit allows you to explore the hills and valleys of the Quercy.
Uphill or down dale, you are guaranteed a convivial and relaxed atmosphere during this trekking trip