Between Cordes-sur-ciel and Carmaux, Bellevue’s animal farm will receive you. It proposes different activities; after the visit of the animal park, you will be able to enjoy the swimming pool or the game area for children. On Sunday, at noon and during bank holidays, you will also be able to taste a spit-roast pig.
Little adventurers, helped by the drac, clear up this mystery. This mischievous and legendary imp will accompany you in the quest. He has been roaming the region for centuries! He has found the place where you can hear the growls better, you have to go there as quickly as possible. He will call on the other legendary local creatures to help you with this enigma.
The Clap Ciné is located in Carmaux’s town centre, more precisely in Jean Jaurès Avenue. It has 4 movie theatres, equipped with “comfort” seats. Three of them have the 3D technology. This cinema’s programme proposes blockbusters, family-friendly movies and films d’auteur at reasonable prices. The cinema also proposes a “clap-birthday” formula, for your children’s birthday.
Take some time in Monestiés and meet with a picturesque medieval village. You will be charmed by this “circulade” (traditional village built in concentric circles), listed among “ The Most Beautiful Village in France”.
This ancient city, nestling in a curve of the Cérou, will offer a peaceful walk through medieval lanes, Candèze’s door (last evidence of the old fortifications) and its bridge (XIIthcentury).
Located in the heart of Pampelonne, the small garden is a haven of peace. Colourful, rich in surprises, bursting with flowers, bees and birds…
Spots to sit down and to enjoy the garden are many, and during open days, it is also possible to enjoy a nice mint tea or coffee with delicious english cup-cakes or gorgeous roman cakes.
Last testimony on coal mining in the Tarn, the departmental mine museum sheds both technical and social lights on seven centuries of coal-mining history. The headframe and the descent of the shaft leads to the discovery of 350 meters of rebuilt galleries where machines and tools are presented in situation, in order to share the miner’s work and living conditions.
Permanent showrooms evoke the social history that forged the identity of these places and men who worked on the lands of Jaurès. Finally, temporary exhibitions enhance the industrial and environmental mining patrimony.