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Midi-Pyrenees is the largest region of metropolitan France by area, larger than the Netherlands or Denmark. Midi-Pyrenees has no historical or geographical unity. It is one of the regions of France created artificially in the late 20th century to serve as an hinterland and zone of influence for its capital, Toulouse.

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Popular Destinations: AlbiAx-les-ThermesBagneres-de-LuchonBlagnac
CahorsFoixL'Hospitalet-du-LarzacLourdesLuz-Saint-SauveurMillau
MontaubanRocamadourRodezSouillacToulouse
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• Toulouse

Toulouse Hotels, France

Toulouse, known as the Ville Rose (Pink City) for its distinctive brick architecture, is host to a rich and diverse culture. It has a thriving scene of unusually beautiful graffiti, with the painter Miss Van at its forefront. In sports, it boasts a respected rugby team, Stade Toulousain …

• Lourdes

Lourdes Hotels, France

In 1858, a 14 year old girl, Bernadette Soubirous, observed visions of the Virgin Mary at the Grotte Massabielle. Today, Lourdes is one of the most important shrines in Europe, and millions visit each year in search of miracle cures. Visit the Grottes de Betharram …


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» Albi

Albi Hotels, France

Albi is the prefecture of the Tarn departement, and is located on the Tarn River, 50 miles northeast of Toulouse. Albi was built around the original cathedral and episcopal group of buildings. Red brick and tiles are the main feature of most of the edifices …

» Ax-les-Thermes

Ax-les-Thermes Hotels, France

Ax-les-Thermes lies at the confluence of the Ariège River with three tributaries. The Ax 3 Domaines winter sports resort is situated in the commune. The town benefits especially from spa tourism, skiing and its casino. Its proximity to Andorra enables cross-border shopping …

» Bagneres-de-Luchon

Bagneres-de-Luchon Hotels, France

Bagneres-de-Luchon, also referred to as Luchon, is a spa town and a commune in the Haute-Garonne departement, in southwestern France. The town is situated at the foot of the central Pyrenees in a beautiful valley at the confluence of the One and the Pique …

» Blagnac

Blagnac Hotels, France

Blagnac is a commune in the departement of Haute-Garonne and the Midi-Pyrenees region of France. It is the third-largest suburb of the city of Toulouse, and is adjacent to it on the northwest side. Thus, it is a part of the metropolitan Area of Greater Toulouse …

» Cahors

Cahors Hotels, France

Cahors is the principal town in south west France. Its site is dramatic being contained on three sides within an udder shaped twist in the river Lot known as a 'presqu'ile' or almost island. Today it is perhaps best known as the centre of the famous AOC 'black' wine …

» Foix

Foix Hotels, France

Foix is a small town and commune, the prefecture of the Ariege departement in France. It lies south of Toulouse, close to the border with Spain and Andorra. The town of Foix probably owes its origin to an oratory founded by Charlemagne, which afterwards became an abbey …

» Millau

Millau Hotels, France

Millau is located at where the Tarn and Dourbie rivers meet. The town is known for its gloves and most recently for the Millau viaduct, the tallest cable-stayed road bridge in the world, which carries the A75 autoroute across the valley of the River Tarn …

» Montauban

Montauban Hotels, France

Montauban is a town and commune of southwestern France, prefecture (capital) of the Tarn-et-Garonne departement, 31 miles north of Toulouse. The town, built mainly of a reddish brick, stands on the right bank of the Tarn River at its confluence with the Tescou …

» Rocamadour

Rocamadour Hotels, France

The village of Rocamadour, by the wonderful beauty of its situation merits the attention of artists and excites the curiosity of archaeologists; but its reputation is due especially to its celebrated sanctuary of the Blessed Virgin Mary which has attracted pilgrims for centuries …

» Rodez

Rodez Hotels, France

Rodez, in the Aveyron departement. Its inhabitants are called les Ruthenois. Rodez has been an episcopal city since the 4th century, featuring an impressive 80-metre-tall cathedral. One of its features is a completely closed western wall, which was part of the city's defence wall …

» Souillac

Souillac Hotels, France

Souillac is a commune in the Lot department in south-western France, on the river Dordogne. It is the site of the new Brive - Souillac Airport, which opened in 2010. The abbey has famous Romanesque carvings …


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