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Le Chateau de Fiac Hotel is the perfect base for exploring the Occitania region and hinterland.

It is in a perfect location, 25 minutes from Albi or the village of Cordes-sur-Ciel (which the French voted their favourite village in 2014), 45 min from Toulouse and Toulouse-Blagnac international airport, and is in the heart of the Occitania Region (previously Midi-Pyrénées). From the FIAC, discover a natural and cultural heritage that boasts a very long history. The hinterland displays superb natural scenery, with peaks and gorges, picturesque villages and exceptional flora... places to be explored and protected.

Looking for a round of golf? The Golf des Etangs de Fiac sprawls over a stunning 36-hectare estate featuring 12 ponds in the Occitania region of Tarn.

Situated just 5 minutes from the hotel, the Etangs de Fiac golf course offers a delightful blend of technical challenges and scenic beauty.

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Toulouse, known as the "Pink City" due to the distinctive hue of its brick buildings, beckons visitors with its unique blend of history, culture, and innovation.

Steeped in centuries of heritage, this vibrant city in southwestern France boasts an impressive array of architectural marvels, including the iconic Basilica of Saint-Sernin and the majestic Capitole de Toulouse. Delve into its rich past by strolling through the atmospheric streets of the Old Town, where medieval charm meets modern vitality.

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Albi beckons visitors with its enchanting blend of medieval heritage, artistic treasures, and picturesque landscapes.

Dominated by the awe-inspiring Cathédrale Sainte-Cécile, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the largest brick buildings in the world, the city's skyline is a testament to its rich history. Wander through the winding streets of the Old Town to discover charming half-timbered houses, hidden courtyards, and quaint cafés. Art enthusiasts will delight in the Musée Toulouse-Lautrec, housed in the former Palais de la Berbie, which showcases an extensive collection of works by the famed Post-Impressionist painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, who was born in Albi.

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Journey through time and tradition by visiting the charming villages along the Canal du Midi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in southern France.

These picturesque villages boast a rich history intertwined with the legacy of the iconic canal, offering visitors an insight into the region's past. Beyond their historical significance, these villages come alive with vibrant markets renowned for their fresh produce, local crafts, and bustling atmosphere. Wander through the stalls, sampling delectable cheeses, fragrant herbs, and succulent fruits while engaging with friendly locals and artisans. The markets provide an authentic glimpse into the cultural heritage of the region, where age-old traditions meet contemporary flair. Whether you're seeking a taste of local cuisine, searching for unique souvenirs, or simply soaking up the vibrant ambiance, the Canal du Midi villages and their lively markets promise an unforgettable experience that captures the essence of southern France.

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Take an adventure along the tranquil waters of the Agout or the Tarn rivers, offering an unparalleled opportunity to explore the stunning landscapes of southern France from a unique perspective.

Canoeing down these picturesque waterways allows you to immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the region, surrounded by lush greenery, rugged cliffs, and charming villages nestled along the riverbanks. Whether you're seeking a leisurely paddle to admire the scenery or craving an adrenaline rush as you navigate gentle rapids, canoeing on the Agout or the Tarn promises an unforgettable experience for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts alike. So, grab a paddle, embrace the serenity of the flowing waters, and discover the hidden gems that await around every bend of these majestic rivers.

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Meander through the Gaillac Wine Route, where sun-kissed vineyards stretch as far as the eye can see.

Located in the heart of southwest France, this enchanting region is renowned for its rich winemaking heritage and diverse array of wines, ranging from crisp whites to full-bodied reds and delicate rosés. As you meander along the winding roads of the Gaillac Wine Route, you'll have the opportunity to visit charming family-owned vineyards, historic wine estates, and quaint villages dotted with centuries-old cellars. Immerse yourself in the world of wine as you sample the region's finest vintages, learn about traditional winemaking techniques, and savour the flavours of the terroir. With its idyllic countryside scenery and warm Mediterranean climate, the Gaillac Wine Route offers wine enthusiasts and connoisseurs alike a truly unforgettable wine tourism experience bathed in sunshine.

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