Mandevilla Days are open from Sunday June 16th until Friday June 21st from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM


The ‘département’ of Tarn-et-Garonne offers multiple activities from visiting historic sites to enjoying a walk along the river. Click HERE to plan your visit.

Moissac is the closest largest city to our premises located in Malause. Read below about its history and start planning your trip!


30 km west of Montauban, this Mecca of Romanesque art in France is also a major fruit center, bathed in the Tarn and Garonne Canal.

Moissac, active city, enjoys an international reputation due to the abbey church of Saint-Pierre and its cloister, listed as World Heritage Site.

Founded in the 7th century, the abbey of Moissac was for centuries a considerable influence. It was and still is a major step on the road to St Jacques de Compostela.

With a mesmerizing serenity, cloister dedicated to the Year 1100 deploys its four galleries decorated with 76 beautiful capitals, historiated or decorative. There is no other example in the world of the cloister of the time that has survived well in its entirety.

The tympanum of the abbey account also among the masterpieces of Romanesque sculpture.

With a pretty marina, Moissac is also the starting point for walks along the Canal de Garonne, dotted with locks and structures (see the impressive aqueduct 1847).

Also flânera on the promenade along the water of the Tarn between Napoleon bridge, mill Moissac (now a hotel) and Uvarium art deco where we offered toning cures base of grape juice.

Moissac is indeed the home of the famous AOC Chasselas grapes, the first fresh fruit to benefit from AOC. High on the hills surrounding the king Chasselas results in joyous celebration (September). It helps make the fruit capital of Moissac Tarn-et-Garonne department ranked among the top in the production of plums, apples, melons and grapes.

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