This village is the birthplace of painter Toulouse-Lautrec’s family and is also famous for its pink garlic of which it is the main French producer. Of the ramparts, only the Caussade gateway remains intact and this leads to the central square where visitors can still admire 14C timber framed and corbel houses. The pale blue of Saint Rémy’s Collegiate Church is a reminder that you are in "Pays de Cocagne" here

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Information : Tourist Office - Tel : +33 (0)5 63 97 94 41

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Must-sees and must-dos

  • The Clogmaker’s workshop
  • La Salette windmill
  • Museum of Archaeology
  • La Salette botanical trail
  • A guided tour of the village


  • Abbeys and churches : Collegiate Church of Saint Rémy
  • Castles and ramparts : Caussade gateway, ramparts
  • Panoramas : View of the Lacaune Mountains, the Black Mountains and Castres plain from the Calvary