Saint Antonin Noble Val, A town witch sprang up around a Benedictine abbey in the VIII century A medieval town located between the Quercy-Rouergue regions, situated 40 km from the main towns of Montauban, Villefranche de Rouergue and Albi. This Midi-Quercy region is particularly well-known for the diversity of its landscapes and the architectural heritage which tells us of its history and memories.
The town which sprang up around a Benedictine abbey in the VIII century (which would be entirely destroyed during the religious wars), conserves its medieval aspect: la Maison Romane, l'Ancien Couvent des Génovéfains, la Maison du Roy, la Maison de l'Amour, les Tanneries, the walnut mill.
We visit also Saint Antonin Noble Val for it's famous sunday market, it's different artists and outdoor activities.
To satisfy your curiosity do not hesitate to visit the website of the tourist office.