Café du lac de St Ferréol ** - Revel
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Café du lac
de St Ferréol **

Café du lac de St Ferréol - Revel



Café du lac de St Ferréol - Revel

Café du lac de St Ferréol - Revel

Café du lac de St Ferréol - Revel
 
Café du lac de St Ferréol - Revel

Welcome to Café du lac de St Ferréol, Evelyne, Patrick and their children welcome you on their terrace with a unique view of Lake st ferréol.
On a historic site, World Heritage of Unesco, at the foot of Black Mountain, near the fortified town of Revel, Lake St Ferréol with an area of 67 acres, was created by Pierre Paul Riquet (designer of the Canal du Midi) in the main to feed the Canal du Midi.
    Café du lac de St Ferréol - Revel
Today this lake offers many cultural and sports activities. Located 60 km from Toulouse, Lake St Ferréol straddles three departments (Haute Garonne, Tarn and Aude). Come and discover our traditional home cooking, our regional specialties and pizzas. In the afternoon you can relax with a drink, an ice cream or even a pancake on the sunny terrace or in the shade of trees. And if the sun is hidden and installed fresh, you can enjoy our indoor, pleasantly heated by the wood stove room.
  Specialities

Lake St Ferreol was created between 1667 and 1672 and is on the border of the Midi-Pyrenees and Languedoc-Roussillon regions. It is just a couple of kilometres south of Revel and west of Soreze at the foot of the Montagne Noire.

The lake is situated in the middle of pine forest covering an area of 67 hectares, holding 6.5 million m³ of water and was originally built to supply the Canal du Midi and is now listed as a World Heritage Site. It now makes an excellent water sports centre, offering fishing, swimming, a beech with lifeguards during the summer season and many water based activities.

If you don't want to get wet, there are various walks including an English style garden and arboretum that includes a series of waterfalls and a water jet spraying up to 30 metres high.

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Français - French - Französisch - Francés - Francese - Frans English - Anglais - Englisch - Inglés - Engels
Café du lac de St Ferréol - Revel

Café du lac de St Ferréol - Revel

Café du lac de St Ferréol - Revel
 
Opening Restaurant:

- 01 january to 31 december - From 12:00 to 14:30 and from 19.00 to 22.00
- Closed day(s): -

Capacity Restaurant:

- 1 Restaurant room, 60 seats indoor, 80 terrace    
Office de tourisme de Lauragais Revel Sorézois Office de tourisme de Revel-Saint-Ferréol-Montagne Noire Cabardès au Canal du Midi Petit Futé Office de Tourisme Intercommunal aux sources du Canal du Midi Revel
Equipments and Services:
 
  * Terrace
* Bar
* Public Parking
* Restaurant
* Glacier
* Pets allowed
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  Café du lac de St Ferréol **
 
Restaurant - Bar - Glacier
 
20 Avenue Pierre Paul Riquet
11250 St Ferréol le lac-Revel
 
Phone +33 5.62.18.93.37
Mobile +33 6.13.73.88.09

Email -
lecafedulac@laposte.net

Website -
www.cafedulac.com
 
Restaurant -

Menus: 17.90 € to 26.00 €
A la Carte: 4.50 € to 17.00 €
Daily Menu: 11.90 € to 14.90 €
Child Menu: 9.50 €
 
Service:

Dogs allowedBike friendlyParkingRestaurantTerraceCafé, Bar
 
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