Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val, a medieval village located in the Aveyron Gorges, is a veritable digest of history where canoeing and outdoor activities are very popular. Its many architectural and natural assets have made it a key economic, cultural and tourist destination in the Tarn-et-Garonne.

A green setting

full of history

Located at the confluence of the Bonnette and Aveyron rivers, Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val was once at the crossroads of three ancient south-western provinces: Rouergue, Albigeois and Quercy. This ideal position greatly influenced its development, with water playing a key role.

Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val had many names over the centuries. First Condat, then Nobilis Vallis, San Antoni, Sainct-Anthonin, Saint-Antonin d’Aveiron, Libreval, Saint-Antonin d’Aveyron, Saint-Antonin de Rouergue and since 1962, Saint-Antonin Noble-Val.

The town owes its name to a legend