Lautrec is classified among “The Most Beautiful Villages in France” for its medieval site and superb architectural heritage. It lies in the heart of the Tarn department, 15kms from Graulhet and Castres, and 30 Kms from Albi. High on its rocky peak The Calvaire of de la Salette affords a superb view of the Agout valley and across to the Black Mountains and the Pyrenees.
The collegiate church of Saint Rémy (listed 14thC monument), the gateway and rampart of La Caussade, the half-timbered houses, the windmill, the 15thC market-place, the under-ground grain silos together make up into a veritable living history-book. (Find them on pages "Your visits" and "Galery photos".)
Today, without losing its historic past, Lautrec moves forward thanks to a dynamic economy.
Moreover Lautrec is the main region in France for production of Pink Garlic. A Web site is so dedicated to this condiment which obtained a label of quality (IGP and Label Rouge). it makes the region of Lautrec one of the remarkable sites for foodies.
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