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Midi-Pyrénées - French Region

The French region of Midi-Pyrénées is in south-western France and borders both Spain and Andorra. Toulouse is the largest city in this region.

Albi - Photo Gallery
Albi is a medieval city located about 50 miles north-east of Toulouse. Known for its Toulouse-Lautrec museum and spectacular Cathédral Sainte-Cécile and located on the banks of the Tarn River, Albi is a pleasant place to spend the day.

A lovely town with one of the most beautiful bridges I've ever seen, plus a cute legend to go with it.

La Couvertoirade
Officially one of the most beautiful villages of France, La Couvertoirade is tiny yet full of tourists.

A lovely village in Tarn et Garonne.

De nos jours, quand on dit Millau, on pense tout de suite au viaduc, mais la ville même de Millau a beaucoup à offrir.

Millau Viaduct
The Millau Viaduct is a marvel of engineering, and it's beautiful to boot.

Le village de Nant est petit, mais son histoire est grande. Au Xe siècle, les bénédictins y ont construit un monastère et ont commencé à préparer la terre pour l'agriculture....

One of France's official Most Beautiful Villages, located on the Tarn with a terrific view of the Millau Viaduct.

Sainte-Eulalie-de-Cernon is a beautiful medieval village in Aveyron.

Toulouse - Photo Gallery
Toulouse, also known as la Ville rose (Pink Town), is the fourth largest town in France. Take a virtual tour of the southwestern French town of Toulouse with this photo gallery.

Aligot is a purée of potatoes and fresh cheese from the Aveyron department. This article is in French followed by the English translation.

Maisons souriantes
Cute smiling houses, as seen from the Tarn River.

Roquefort : village de fromage
Le village de Roquefort-sur-Soulzon (12) est célèbre pour le fromage dont il est éponyme, mais étrangement le roquefort n'y est pas forcément produit.

Walking and Gourmet Tours in the French Pyrénées
Join these intimate tours for a real taste of France.

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