This region, pour tous les goûts… 

 

“Au P’tit Moissac” is situated in the northwest of the Tarn-et-Garonne department, a part of the region Mid-Pyrenees in the south of France. Other departments   are nearby, such as Lot and Lot-et-Garonne. This region is famous for its castles and picturesque medieval villages with their typical architecture and breathtaking   viewpoints, as there are Lauzerte, Montcuq, Penne d’Agenais, Tournon d’Agenais, Monflanquin, St-Cirque-Lapopie, St-Antonin Noble Val, Cordes-sur-ciel…   Worth visiting are also the larger historical towns Moissac, Montauban, Albi, Toulouse, Cahors, Agen…   Enjoy strolling markets selling antiques, second-hands and bric-à-brac, discover cosy marketplaces, allow local specialities to stimulate your senses:   foie-gras, goat cheese, pruneaux d’Agen, asparagus, melons… And above all, let’s not forget the delicious Cahors and Moissac AOC wines, and the Coteaux   du Quercy vin de pays!   Moissaguel, a hamlet in Touffailles, is surrounded by the overwhelming scenery of Quercy Blanc, named after the white limestone.   A region not yet corrupted by commercialised tourist industry. Walkers, cyclists and horsemen will love it here in the so-called Toscane of France!   We have provided you with a tourist folder, including local information, places of intrest, guided walking tours, ordnance-survey maps,…

 

Walking - Cycling - Horse riding - Playing golf - Aquatic sports (Lot, Tarn, Garonne, Gorges de L’Aveyron) - Tennis - Fishing - Parachute jumping - Quads
Paintball - Adventurous theme parks - Prehistorical sites - The Atlantic coast: 2 hrs by car - The Pyrenees: 3 hrs by car