Located in the Occitanie region, the Tarn-et-Garonne department will leave you stunned following your visit of this region in southern France. By booking a few days in advance on HomeCamper, you can easily find your campsite in the area. Different stops are offered by HomeCamper's hosts according to your desires, whether it is a simple garden camping ground for your camper or unusual accommodation! Depending on your various requirements and your needs, the hosts are going to be able to make you enjoy your stay like never before. Lovers of vanlife, roadtrips, and outdoor camping, be prepared!
The Tarn et Garonne is a perfect destination for green tourism.
The valleys and gorges of the Aveyron stretch over 15km where limestone cliffs and rich and preserved nature meet. Sports enthusiasts can raft, kayak and canoe down the Gorges de l'Aveyron and enjoy this natural setting in canyoning, speleology or through a water hike.
The cave of Bosc and its 200 meters of gallery will surprise its visitors with its colors and shapes.
The gardens in the Tarn et Garonne, such as the François Mitterrand rose garden with over 12,000 roses, the Pilgrim's Garden) or the Bamboo Park are real places of tranquility, as is the Agre forest with its 1400 hectares.
Walks along the river, especially to Montech, will reveal the landscapes of the Tarn et Garonne, as well as the river trips of the Canal du Midi via the Cacor canal bridge.
The Tarn et Garonne is also rich in history. The historic centre of Montauban takes us back centuries. Its Ingres museum and its bastide are places to visit absolutely! The village of Moissac, a large site in the Pyrenees, is home to the Abbey of Saint Pierre and its 24 bells, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
There are many historical buildings, the most famous being the Château de Saint Projet, which welcomed the Queen Margot, the Château de Bruniquel, which dominates the valleys of the Aveyron, and the Cathedral of Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption and its classical architecture.
Punctuated by numerous events throughout the year (flea markets, exhibitions), the Tarn-et-Garonne is also a proud department of its terroir, notably with numerous wine estates, its farms and orchards, and its truffle also called "le diamant noir du Quercy".
During most of the year, the weather is mild in the department of Tarn-et-Garonne. If you can't stand the high heat and big crowds of people, avoid the months of July and August. However, the month of May is an excellent choice to visit the whole department allowing you to discover this specific part of southern France in complete tranquility.
Whether you own a caravan, a motorhome, or a van, get ready for a roadtrip filled with unique camping and sightseeing experiences!