Above the village stand two fine old castles that are a focus for much of the village’s busy events throughout the year.
An 18th-century manor on over three acres of gardens and grounds near Bruniquel in the Midi-Pyrénées region of Tarn-et-Garonne—a peaceful rural area known for its fruit, foie gras, duck, vineyards, and garlic—has been newly reminted to offer modern comforts yet retain its original romantic ambiance. Some 790 square meters of centrally heated accommodations overlooking the River Aveyron include three reception rooms, five en-suite bedrooms, and four additional bedrooms. The former Presbytery also boasts a fully converted chapel, swimming pool, and small lake. The surrounding countryside is ideal for cycling, kayaking, fishing, hiking, and swimming. The Toulouse-Blagnac Airport is less than an hour’s drive away.