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Water as a source of wondersGaronne, Aveyron, Tarn…From a stream to a river

Rivers for all desires

The so-called “Tarn-et-Garonne”!

Bonnette, Seye, Séoune, Gimone, Viaur, Lemboulas, Barguelonne… so many river names and so many activities! From fishing to swimming, canoeing to jet-skiing, in Tarn-et-Garonne everyone can find a river to suit their needs.

From the smallest stream to the Garonne River, the Tarn-et-Garonne is a true water destination.

Tarn-et-Garonne, fishing destination

With more than 4,000 km of rivers and hundreds of hectares of water, the Tarn-et-Garonne is one of the most popular destinations for fishing enthusiasts. Carnivore fishermen, anglers, catfish and carp fishermen all find their happiness in the great environments of the Tarn-et-Garonne.

Petrified but what a beauty!

A real geological and natural curiosity, the Caylus waterfall is made of tuff, a type of powdery and friable limestone. The waters of this waterfall come directly out of a cave in the Notre-Dame-de-Livron cirque and are highly charged with carbonates. The tuff is deposited on mosses and pieces of wood in the form of a crust, the disappearance of these plant debris gives the rock its porous texture reminiscent of a sponge.

Rivers and water bodies

In Tarn-et-Garonne