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Tarn & Aveyron

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The enormous Aveyron department offers that unique combination of history, modernity and the great outdoors. more...

Cancer Support in The Tarn

Get helpThe Tarn now has its own cancer support group as part of CSF Sud de France, on hand to offer advice and support to anyone in the Anglophone community who is touched by cancer whether it is as a patient, friend, family or bereaved. All English speaking people are welcomed. more...

Take some "Time out in the Tarn"

Domaine de PerchesExperience a way of life and living you always dreamed about among the French. There is more to France than Croissants and parlez-vous Anglais; and the Timeout team offers you the chance to share it for a week in the Pays de Cocagne, land of milk and honey.
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The most beautiful villages in France: Aveyron

Aveyron VillageGuide to the most beautiful towns and villages in the Aveyron. Within the Aveyron department there is something for everyone! Aveyron Beautiful Villages

AXA France - Insurance, Healthcare, Banking...

The world’s leader in personal financial solutions Axa FranceWhatever your needs may be, Daniel Butcher, bilingual (English/French) customer consultant for AXA France, will be more than happy to discuss any of your questions in strict confidence in the comfort of your home. AXA France - Insurance, Healthcare, Banking...

Jean François de Galaup Museum

Understand how the Tarn has some famous French naval officers laperouseJean François de Galaup was born in August 1741 in a manor house called "le Gô" in Albi, on the banks of the river Tarn.The Lapérouse Museum created by the town of Albi and the association Lapérouse is located at rue Porta Albi 81000. more...

Jambon de Lacaune, "Ham of Lacaune"

Years Of Traditon In The Tarn Achieving Perfection
Lacaune Ham
Jambon de Lacaune
is cured in Lacaune located in the Gijou valley on the far eastern side of the Tarn department. Jambon de Lacaune has obtained the Label Rouge, a label for a superior level of quality. If you enjoy cured ham, it is hard to beat Jambon de Lacaune. more...

Roquefort Cheese From The Aveyron

The King of Cheeses Roquefort CheeseRoquefort is a flavourful ewe's-milk blue cheese and is France’s second most popular cheese after Comté. Roquefort is produced in Roquefort-sur-Soulzon which is located in the Causse du Larzac in the arrondissement of Millau, in the South East of the department of Aveyron. more...

Gaillac Wines - Wines of The Tarn Department

Try one of the oldest Wines in France Gaillac Wine LableSituated in the north of the Tarn departement, the Gaillac Appellation area covers 2.500 hectares spread over 73 communes, for an AOC production of over 165.000 hectolitres. The vineyard of Gaillac was one of the first growing centres in Gaul. Today, the appellation gathers around one hundred independent producers and 3 co-operative cellars. more...

Buy on a French holiday village

SibluBuying with Siblu may be right for you, it is for many others... 'We have more of a social life here than we do at home.' Find out more by ordering the brochure.

Investment & Insurance in France

Axa Investments Choose to invest in one of AXA France's 100% secure Assurance Vie solutions or ask for advice, in English, on AXA's full range of insurance policies for private individuals and professionals.

Need French healthcare?

Essential HealthcareExclusive Healthcare offer Top Up health insurance to residents and home owners in France. Private health cover is also available. Learn More

Expert French mortgage advice

French mortgagesVisit the mortgage zone for up-to-date information, FAQs and best buy French mortgages. Repayment and interest only French mortgages available.

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