Lac des Montagnès - Mazamet
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Lac des Montagnès

Lac des Montagnès - Mazamet

Lac des Montagnès - Mazamet

Lac des Montagnès - Mazamet

Lac des Montagnès - Mazamet

Lac des Montagnès - Mazamet
 
Lac des Montagnès - Mazamet

The Lac des Montagnes is both majestic and peaceful. Surrounded by lush vegetation, this small heavenly piece is the perfect place to relax all year: families looking for beach and water fun, fish lovers, hikers and mountain bikers who enjoy to the many paths and trails from the lake. Tarn landscapes will never leave you indifferent!

An idyllic setting, nestled in a green environment, the lake is the ideal place for a full day in the open air. Children and adults alike will find everything they are looking for: a fine sandy beach, water slide, children's pool, picnic area, fishing spots, mini-golf ... Sports fans will appreciate the hiking and biking trails from the lake to try out. Pull on your boots, lifting you on your bike and put your rods out...

Located 680 meters above sea level in the heart of the Montagne Noire, this lake of 4 hectares include supervision when swimming in July and August, sand and water play, a 2.7 km constructed sporty trail around the lake, and of course a botanical trail, GR7 and walking paths, picnic areas with barbecue, mini-golf, fish potential, volleyball, 5 mountain bike marked trails, restaurants. service area for campersen is open all year. Free entrance...
  Lac des Montagnès has succeeded combining a natural area with a nice leisure center. In July and August, two months for swimming and the lake busiest visited. There is a 300 meter landscaped beach, water games and a paddling pool for toddlers. Not to mention there is the opportunity for refreshment, catering and picnic areas, scattered here and there around the lake. A few meters from the beach is in the shade created a miniature golf as an additional attraction. At 681 meters, the Lac des Montagnès intends to retain its identity, between dreams and laughter of children between the activities and greatness of a protected environment..

A nature reserve situated on the territory of the Natural Park of Haut Languedoc, Lac des Montagnès classified as Zone Naturelle d'Intrt Ecologique, Faunistique et floristic. In the Montagne Noire, a few kilometers south of Mazamet and Aussillon, Lac des Montagnès offers hikers a variety of views. Some will be appreciate on the banks the charm of a quiet rippling lake, others love the lively and family atmosphere of the beach. What perspiration workshops on sports, while fishermen lurk for trout, carp or roach. All this together in a harmony of respect among all visitors. In addition, a Libellus shuttle connects you for free with the city centers of Mazamet and Aussillon to Lac des Montagnès, every day except Mondays and holidays, from July 7 to August 30...

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Lac des Montagnès - Mazamet

Lac des Montagnès - Mazamet

Lac des Montagnès - Mazamet

Lac des Montagnès - Mazamet

Lac des Montagnès - Mazamet
  Opening Lac des Montagnès - Mazamet:

- 01 january t/m 31 december
 
Qualité Tourisme Comité Départemental du Tourisme du Tarn Office de tourisme de Revel-Saint-Ferréol-Montagne Noire La Communauté de Communes de la Montagne Noire Villages Perchés en Montagne Noire
Equipments and Services:
 
  * Parking
* Montagne Noire
* Walking/Hiking
* Lake/Pond
* Restaurant
* Groups Accepted
* Canoe, Sailing, Fishing
* Bar, Icecreams
* Beach
* Swimming facilities
  Sightseeing
 
- Château de Peyrepertuse
- Rennes le Château
- Château de Puilaurens
- Château de Puivert
- Château de Montségur
- Le Château d'Arques
- Château Villerouge-Termenès
- Saint Hilaire
- Forteresse de Salses
- Les Quatre Châteaux de Lastours
- Château Féodal de Fitou
- L'Abbaye de Villelongue (Abbaye Cistercienne)
- Abbaye de Fontfroide
- L'Abbaye de Saint-Papoul
- Abbaye de Saint-Polycarpe
- Carcassonne, 'La Cité'
- Château Chalabre
- Château d'Aguilar
- Château d'Usson
- Château de Quéribus
- Château de Termes
- Château et Remparts de la Cité de Carcassonne
- Carcassonne, Le Pont Vieux
- Lagrasse
- Carcassonne, la Bastide Saint-Louis
- Caunes-Minervois
- Grotte de Limousis
- Le Gouffre Géant de Cabrespine
- Gorges de Caune-Pont (Gorges de Coynepont)
- Gorges de Gouleyrous
- Gorges de Padern
- Gorges de Pierre Lys
- Gorges du Congoust
- Gorges du Termenet
- Gorges du Torgan
- Gorges du Verdouble et le Moulin de Ribaute
- Grotte de Fontrabiouse
- Grotte de l'Aguzou
- Grottes des Grandes Canalettes
- Les Gorges de Galamus - Saint-Paul-de-Fenouillet
- Pont de Ribaute
- Rivière de St Laurent de la Cabrerisse
- Bulles et Lumières - Maison Guinot - Limoux
- Cathédrale Saint-Just et Saint-Pasteur - Narbonne
- Corbières
- Pyreneeën
- Sidobre
- Terra Vinea - Portel-des-Corbières
- La Réserve Africaine de Sigean
- Musée de l'Abbé Saunière - Rennes-le-Château
- Saissac
- Montagne Noire (Black Mountains)
- Ille-sur-Têt - Les Orgues
- La Curiosité de Lauriole
- Les 9 Écluses de Fonséranes - Béziers
- Eburomagus - la Maison de l'Archéologie - Bram
- Le Jardin Botanique de Foncaude - Feuilla
- Le Labyrinthe des Vignes - Arzens
- Le Petit Train de la Cité de Carcassonne
- Le Petit Train de Narbonne
- Le Sentier Sculpturel de Mayronnes
- Les Calèches de la Cité de Carcassonne
- Les Papillons d'Amarante - Lesparrou
- Moulin d'Omer - Les Maîtres de mon Moulin - Cucugnan
- Musée Archéologique de Peyriac-de-Mer
- Musée de l'Abbé Saunière - Rennes-le-Château
- Musée de l'Ecole - Carcassonne
- Musée de la Chapellerie, Espéraza
- Musée de Paléontologie de Villeneuve-Minervois
- Musée de Préhistoire de Tautavel
- Musée des Arts et Métiers du Livre - Montolieu
- Musée des Automates - Limoux
- Musée des Beaux-Arts - Carcassonne
- Musée des Corbières - Sigean
- Musée des Dinosaures d'Espéraza
- Musée des Potiers Gallo-Romains d'Amphoralis
- Musée du Catharisme - Maison des Mémoires de Mazamet
- Musée du Quercorb - Puivert
- Musée du Verre de Sorèze
- Musée du Vieux Sallèles - Sallèles d'Aude
- Musée Hurepel de Minerve
- Musée Lapidaire - Narbonne
- Musée Mémoires du Moyen-Age - Carcassonne
- Musée National 'Ensérune - Nissan-lez-Ensérune
- Musée Petiet - Limoux
- Maison Déodat Roché - Arques
- Maison de la Truffe - Villeneuve-Minervois
- Maison Natale de Charles Trenet - Narbonne
- Maison des Mémoires - Maison Joë Bousquet - Varcassonne
- Moulin Bénazeth - Moulin à Vent - Villeneuve-Minervois
- Musée & Jardins du Canal du Midi - Revel
- Musée 1900 - Lagrasse
- Musée Archéologique de Narbonne
- Musée Archéologique du Lauragais - Castelnaudary
- Musée d'Art et d'Histoire - Narbonne
- Musée d'art moderne de Céret
- Musée d'Art Moderne Fonds Peské - Collioure
 

Maison du Bois et du Jouet

Maison du Bois et du Jouet

Hautpoul, village médiéval

Hautpoul, village médiéval

Mazamet

Mazamet


 
Randonnée
La Prise d'Alzeau
et La Rigole de la Montagne Noire
 
 
Randonnée La Prise d'Alzeau et La Rigole de la Montagne Noire - Lacombe
 
 
  The Prise d' Alzeau and the Mountain Canal in the very heart of the Montagne Noire, «the source of the Canal du Midi» provides an important supply of water. It wasn’t until the 17th century, when Pierre Paul Riquet identified and harnessed the power of the small mountain streams so that collectively they could be used to generate a supply of water to the Canal du Midi. Thus Pierre Paul Riquet completed his greatest work, taking water from its source here in the Montagne Noire for the Canal du Midi in order to finally link the Atlantic and The Mediterranean Sea. The Galaube dam is part of the water management system of the Montagne Noire near Carcassone in Southern France. Reservoirs at the Saint Ferréol, Lampy and Cammazes dams already hold more than 35 million cubic metres of water for use as drinking water, irrigation in the three departments of Aude, Haute-Garonne and Tarn as well as regulating water levels in the Canal du Midi...


 
 
Randonnée
Le Mont Sarrat
 
 
Randonnée Le Mont Sarrat - Pradelles-Cabardès
 
 
  This walk will introduce you to the Pas de Mont Sarrat where remarkable traces of cart wheels are printed in limestone. At the time this Roman road was used for routing Pradelles ice packs to the plain. At the Montagne Noire are many different walks, it is important to carry a compass, water, some food and tissues, and wear good walking shoes, a hat or cap and perhaps even carry a good walking stick. This is rough nature. There is no horeca, or toilets or even benches. These walks go over ancient paths, perhaps even millennia old, because also in prehistory, men travelled on these paths through the mountains. Apart from nature, also history is an important goal for many people's holiday. And apart from nature and history, the mountains also have several beautiful lakes offering refreshment on a hot day. One of these lakes is Lac Birotos in Pradelles-Cabardès, with a nice little beach and clear water...


 
 
  Lac des Montagnès
 
Leisure
 
Office de Tourisme de Mazamet - Montagne noire
Maison des Mémoires -
Rue des Casernes
81200 MAZAMET
 
Phone +33 5.63.61.27.07
Fax -

Email -
accueil@tourisme-mazamet.com

Website -
www.tourisme-mazamet.com
Rates, Methods of payment -
Adults: Free
Children: Free
 
Service:

Bike friendlyParkingBarLake/PondRestaurantCafé, Bar
 
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Musée du Catharisme -
Maison des Mémoires de Mazamet

Musée du Catharisme - Maison des Mémoires de Mazamet - Mazemet

Why an exhibition of Occitan Catharism in Mazamet? Catharism, dissident religion of the Christian faith, considered to be a heresy by the all-powerful Catholic Church, was condemned, and its adepts were persecuted. The Cathars were obliged to flee into remote areas and found refuge in the Montagne Noire : at the edge of the Aude Cathar Country. The Tarn side of this mountainous massif constituted a place of refuge and resistance for this religion. Hautpoul, the historic birthplace of Mazamet, ancient castrum (fortified village) perched on a rocky outcrop, served as a retreat during the period of the Inquisition. It was also one of the places of residence of the Cathar Archbishop of the diocese of Albi in the 13th century. This Medieval village is one of the rare vestiges of the Cathar time to be situated on the Tarn side of the Montagne Noire...


Le golf de Mazamet
La Barouge

Le golf de Mazamet La Barouge - Mazamet

18-Holes.

With its 18 holes (par 70 - 5635 meter - 1991 by Philippe Durand. Many of the golf courses in Southern France are quite new (developed in the last 10 years or so) this course is one which shows maturity. Located in a beautiful valley with interesting views and challenging holes. Well worth a visit, a popular and enjoyable course, especially the last hole that requires you to lay-up before your final approach across a local road - beware of cars crossing fairway! Situated at the foot of the Montagne Noir in the south Tarn area, this course is the oldest in the "Département" and one of the most beautiful in the region. It is crossed by 2 rivers "Le Thoré" & "l’Issalès" and features numerous trees...


Campsite
de la Lauze

Campsite de la Lauze - Mazamet



At the foot of the Montagne Noire, in a setting of greenery, Mazamet, brightly flowered town of 12000 inhabitants, 48 shady sites (100 square meters, electrical connections, water, sewers), calm and relaxation. Mobile homes to rent (4 to 6 pers.) Nearby lake of Montagnès (beach, water games), golf, riding, fishing, cross country cycling, cycling, gliding....


Hôtel Les Pailhès

Hôtel Les Pailhès - Pradelles-Cabardès



You like calmness, the tranquillity, walks to feet, in bicycle or on horseback, rest very close to the swimming pool or the fishing to the trout. This place of peace and rest is made for nature lovers and gastronomy. And his owner with his good mood and his good thing taste will know how to make discover you the region and the local products. The hotel is composed of twelve rooms all with bathroom and situated in an annex building.. Since the morning, when the sun shines you can enjoy a very beautiful swimming pool, with an impregnable view on the valley. The after noon maybe composed of the castles cathares visit, or of the numerous monuments of the region, of a rest around the swimming pool, or of walks to bicycle. In the evening, after having tasted the famous "Cartagène", soft wine of the region, a complete dinner will be served you, an inspired meal of the regional kitchen, watered of a good local wine of the Minervois or Cabardès....


Castres

Castres

The city of Castres lies in the south-west of the Tarn department in the Midi-Pyrénées. It is surrounded by beautiful scenery, the Tarn countryside being home to many lovely chateaux, with glorious sunflower-filled fields providing a perfect backdrop for these elegant houses of days gone by. Castres is built on the River Agout, and the old houses on either side lean their upper stories out over the water as though reaching out to the opposite bank. These were once the homes of the weavers and the dyers, and this connection with the textile industry is still important to Castres today. Castres is full of history, and there are reminders of its past very much in evidence in the modern city. The city was founded around a Benedictine Abbey, but also existed in Roman times as Castroum. Monuments worth seeing are the Church of Saint Benoit, the fountain and the statue in the Place Jean Jaurès, the town hall which lies in the old Bishop’s palace, and the Quay of the Jacobains, viewed from the Pont Neuf. Also, don’t miss the opportunity to visit the Goya Museum, which houses the largest collection of Spanish art in France. Castres is an excellent place to be if you are one of the many people who love the buzz and colour of French markets. The town has two daily markets, with fresh produce on offer in the main square, and a bric-a-brac or flea market in the Place Albanique. On Saturdays the general market stretches down the riverside, making a most picturesque place to shop!...


Sidobre

Sidobre - LE BEZ

North of the Montagne Noire, in the Tarn region, lies a mysterious area which is called the Sidobre. Here we find strange stone formations such as the so called trembling stones (Roches Tremblantes). The area is so old, that the first human being who set foot on this strange landscape, thought the place was sacred. Soon, the rocks were given names. Today it is a tourist attraction, complete with visitor center, walks and car roundtrips. The routes are clearly signposted.


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