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Saint Antonin Noble Val is the oldest town town in the Rouergue and Quercy region and takes its name from the early evangelist Saint Antonin, who introduced Christianity to the area. More recently it has become the home of religious writer Thomas Merton.
It is a town which still retains an atmosphere of the Middle Ages. The town hall built in 1125 is the earliest example of civil architecture in France and now houses the Museum. The beautiful old house fronts and shops nestling mysteriously in the shaded streets, bear witness to a wealth of history.
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Situated in the gorges of the Aveyron amid spectacular countryside, the town offers visitors an extensive range of activities: fishing, canoeing, climbing, caving, cycling, swimming, tennis, horseriding and rambling. Nature lovers will find the area rich in flora and fauna and will be able to enjoy sampling the delicious locally bottled mineral water.
Even the most demanding tourists cannot fail to be delighted by the wealth of possibilities in this charming area and will discover a choice of accommodation ranging from the simple to the comfortable, camp sites, gites, guest houses and hotels.
Office of Tourisme – Place de la Marie, 82140 St Antonin Noble Val
Website – www.saint-antonin-noble-val.com
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