The St.Antonin Noble Val Tourist Office is only two minutes away from 'La Reverie' by foot, and it offers copious leaflets about events, shows, guided tours, places to visit- things to see and things to do. Check out YouTube...lots of films clips to give you some ideas.
Canoeing, riding, walking, cycling, rambling, rock-climbing, trekking, swimming and hang-gliding for the energetic...and please note- the foot-paths are well-maintained and well marked. Guides published by the Tourist Office.
Visit museums, churches, cathedrals, chateaux,art-galleries and concerts for those looking for a more sedate sojourn...
Amazing ancient hill-top villages with breath-taking views and artisans' shops selling delightful goods are just a short drive away...
Those with an interest in The Templars, Cathars and Albigensians and their history will be intrigued by the number of commanderies, churches and ruins so close by...
...for those interested in sampling the local fare there are vinyards to visit,local farms, evening 'gourmet markets' in St Antonin, many different flavours by way of restaurants - French, Thai, Spanish, 'haute cuisine', family-run restaurants, fast food, leisurely food, open-air-by-the-river food.... you will be spoilt for choice!
St.Antonin is equidistant from ALBI [now a UNESCO World Heritage site] and home to its amazing red-brick Cathedral and the Toulouse Lautrec museum - VILLEFRANCHE de ROUERGUE with its ancient architecture and a great authentic market on a Thursday and MONTAUBAN [principal town of the Tarn and Garonne area] with its super shops and miriad restaurants, beautiful river, museums, concerts and lots to marvel at.
Thanks to the internet it is possible to easily plan a fantastic trip to this area from your own home...and people keep coming back time after time as there it so much to see and do. Spring and Autumn are cooler than high Summer...and the town is not so busy - so it is a great time to take advantage of cheaper flights and just make short 'get-aways'.
You are always welcome at 'La Reverie'!