Camping Saint-Charles is a family campsite located in the town of Damiatte, in the heart of the Tarn countryside. It is in a calm and exotic setting, devoid of any nuisance, on the edge of a pond of 3ha and a natural swimming pool of 3000 m² that the team of Plan d’Eau Saint Charles welcomes you, just twenty kilometers from Castres.
Welcome to the Tarn!
A pretty town in the Tarn with an exceptional cultural and architectural heritage, step on the road from Arles to Santiago de Compostela.
This place will charm you with its sweetness of life, its mansions dating from the XVIIth century and the houses on the Agout. Visit the Episcopal Palace (now City Hall), the Parc de la Gourjade or the Jardin de l’Evêché (designed by André Le Nôtre) as well as the Mussée Goya or the Jaurès Museum.
From May to October, Le Coche d’eau "The Miredames" will take you for a country walk over the water. During the summer, cultural activities are offered by the city.
Discover the typical gastronomy of the region in the markets:
¤ Place Jean Jaurès: Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, in the morning.
¤ Halle de l’Albinque: mornings (except Mondays).
¤ Lameilhé shopping center: Wednesday morning.
¤ Noctambio: Thursdays from 16h to 19h30 Place Soult.
¤ A non-food market is set up on Place Pierre-Fabre (former Place de l’Albinque) on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
Small village of Tarn, between the valleys of Agout and Dadou, ranked among the most beautiful villages of France it is also classified as a "Remarkable Sites of Taste". This medieval city clad in coral brick, is located in the heart of the country of Cocagne, dominated by its mill of the seventeenth century. Its terroir is recognized as the main region of France for the production of pink garlic.
¤ Weekly market of local producers and artisans: Fridays morning
¤ Garlic Market: Every Friday morning, from mid-July until the end of the year.
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The old Gaillac is open to you!
The Saint-Michel abbey of the XIII century, the church of Saint Pierre and the castle of Foucaud are the principal tourist attractions of this city of Tarn which owns one of the oldest vineyards of Gaul. Here you will have the opportunity to visit wineries for tastings of local wine.
The city of Sorèze offers you a palette of colorful panoramas and the opportunity to visit its Abbey school, nestled at the foot of the Montagne Noire and classified as a great site of Midi-Pyrénées, labeled House of Illustrious and Family Plus. A large number of activities are offered throughout the year: exhibitions, theater, book markets, music, hiking. A meeting place with exceptional cultural dynamism makes this city, one of the most attractive poles in the region.
Between Albigeoises bastides, Black Mountain and vineyards of Gaillac the capital of the Pays de Cocagne in Midi-Pyrénées welcomes you with a rich historical heritage and an exceptional cultural offer. Visit the Cathedral St-Alain and stroll in the gardens of the Bishopric or in the medieval streets of this city, bastion of Catharism in the South.
Local producers settle on the large Saturday morning market on the alleys that surround the city center.
This treasure of the Albigeois is a medieval city elected in 2014 as the "favorite village of the French", ranked among the "most beautiful villages of France"; known as the "Mont Saint Michel des Terres", this city fascinates visitors with its architectural heritage that travels through the centuries with the image of a city climbing the assault of the sky. Today Cordes sur ciel is a city of art with many activities throughout the year.
The historic capital of Languedoc, located between the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, the "pink city" with its superb architecture marked by brick, combines heritage and lifestyle. From the edge of the Garonne to the Canal du Midi, from the Basilique Saint-Sernin to the Cité de l’Espace via its emblematic Place du Capitole, Toulouse will seduce you with the richness of its heritage and its modern and joyful atmosphere.
Wonderful city, nestled in the heart of the Toulouse-Montpellier-Barcelona triangle, located in the top 5 most visited cities of France with its medieval city and the Canal du Midi, two sites classified as World Heritage by Unesco. Immerse yourself in medieval life through authentic residences and narrow streets, visit the basilica St Nazaire, the Château Comtal or the Théâtre de la Cité. Outside the city, the banks of the Canal du Midi invite you to pleasant walks along the water while the Bastide Saint Louis with its remarkable architectural wealth worth the detour via the Old Bridge to admire the Place Carnot and its hotels individuals.