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Tarn is a department in the Occitanie region of France.

Cities and towns[edit]

Map of Tarn

Cordes-sur-Ciel

Other destinations[edit]

  • Le Sidobre — just east of Castres, this forms the westernmost extremity of the 1 Parc Naturel Régional du Haut Languedoc Haut-Languedoc Regional Nature Park on Wikipedia. It is cut by deep river valleys and covered with marvellous woods. It's renowned for its granite: huge boulders litter the woods, often carved by the millennia into fascinating shapes, such as Les Trois Fromages and l'Oie.

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Castres-Mazamet Airport is linked by twice-daily flights from Paris Orly. However, Toulouse-Blagnac (in the neighbouring department of Haute-Garonne is much better served by airlines from all over Europe.

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The village of 23 Gaillac (about 10 km west of Albi) is the heart of one of France's smallest wine appellations, and is the best place to try the wine.

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