Visitors to Tarn will discover the area is filled with stunning countryside and forests to walk through, while there are cruises along the Tarn river for a more relaxing way of viewing the beautiful surroundings and architecture.
Upon leaving their Tarn holiday homes and going to the capital Albi, a visit to the commune's cathedral reveals an eye catching, southern Gothic inspired building made almost entirely of red brick, with a looming 78 meter bell tower. Tourists can wander the expansive nave to see the Italian Renaissance frescoes upon the ceiling.
For a fun, cultural day out away from the holiday rentals Tarn there is Penne. At Penne village lies the remains of a 12th century fortress, known to locals as the citadel of vertigo as it is upon a mountain spur. History lovers will enjoy exploring the ruins of the chapel, ramparts and dungeons.
Tarn's most notable festival is the Grand Falconer's festival in Cordes-sur-Ciel, which celebrates the town's medieval heritage. Those who wish to attend will have to arrive at their Tarn holiday homes in July. It is a vibrant festival which lasts two days. There is a variety of shows and everyone is dressed in medieval costume. There are also child friendly events which means the whole family can attend. As well as the festival, Cordes-sur-Ciel has several art museums near to holiday rentals Tarn, such as the Art Museum of Sugar which has a collection of sculptures made of sugar!
Set in the Midi-Pyrenees, holiday rentals Tarn make a great base from which you can explore the region. Just south west of the department, you'll find Toulouse which is a very popular city to visit in France. The departments of Tarn-et-Garonne and Ariege are also close by so you can really make the most of your holiday in the Midi-Pyrenees.