L’Autre Rives, close to everything, far from nothing

Albi, in the heart of the Occitanie, is strategically located for exploring and discovering the region. Once you have walked the streets of the historic center, visited the Palais de la Berbie where you will find the Toulouse Lautrec Museum (containing the largest public collection of this artist’s work), and discovered the world of François Galop de Lapérouse – the famous navigator from Albi,you’ll still be spoilt for choice when it comes to extending your stay.… North, south, east, west – whichever direction you choose, your vacation may be too short to see it all!

Saint-Cécile Cathedral

The largest brick cathedral in the world! Listed as a World Heritage Site in 2010, along with the Berbie Palace, the Old Bridge and the historic centre it will surprise and amaze you in more ways than one…

The Palais de la Berbie and the Toulouse Lautrec museum

Formerly the residence of the bishops, since 1922 the Palais de la Berbie has housed the world’s largest collection of works by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.

Ambialet and the Tarn gorges

Just 30 minutes from Albi, lies the narrowest isthmus in France. A village full of character, Ambialet boasts an 11th-century chapel and a hilltop priory. From there a 360°C panorama and if you’re lucky, a breathtaking sunset!
Photos de Cordes sur ciel pour un séjour découverte dans le Tarn.

Cordes sur Ciel and the bastides

Between bucolic roads, old stones and gourmet breaks, set off to explore the north of the department : Cordes sur Ciel, Saint Antonin de Noble Val, Bruniquel, Puycelsi, Castelnau de Montmirail, Monesties… and the bastides of Tarn will hold almost no secrets for you!
Le vignoble gaillacois, près de l'Autre Rives, maison d'hôtes design à Albi dans le Tarn.

Gaillac vineyards

Whether you prefer red, white or rosé, bubbly or sweet, you’ll always find a Gaillac wine to your taste. Numerous châteaux and vineyards await you to share their love of vines and wine !
Castres, ville à visiter lors de votre séjour découverte à Albi dans le Tarn.

Castres & the surrounding area

Downtown Castres, with its colorful houses on the Agout river, the recently restored museum, the Jardin de l’Evêché … 20 minutes away, try the Mazamet footbridge – thrills guaranteed – and visit the village of Hautpoul. And why not take a trip to the wood and toy museum. And on your way back, make a diversion to the village of Lautrec, famous for its pink garlic!
Sorèze, photo du musée Dom Robert

Sorèze, Dom Robert museum, Paul Riquet gutter and Saint Ferreol lake

A day of culture, shady walks and natural swimming. 1h30 from Albi, the city of Sorèze, its abbey school and its museum of contemporary tapestries! two museums, two worlds! Continue with a walk along the “gutter” imagined by Paul Riquet and cool off in the waters of Saint Ferréol lake.

Rodez, the Soulages Museum and the village of Conques

Just an hour from Albi, Rodez awaits you perched on its rocky outcrop. Not to be missed the Soulages Museum, with its exceptional architecture and the works of painter Pierre Soulages, the streets of the historic center, Notre-Dame cathedral… Prolonge the experience with a visit to one of France’s most beautiful villages – Conques.
Le chaos du sidobre dans le Tarn

Le chaos du SidobreThe chaos of Sidobre

Rocks of improbable balance ! Rivers of rock, twisted rocks and ancient legends, come and rediscover your childlike soul in the heart of the Haut-Languedoc, Europe’s largest granite plateau and a geologist’s paradise.