There is no shortage of choice for walkers in Terres des Confluences. Whether it is the GR65, the Camino to Santiago, the Canal Cycle Path or the rich alluvial lands planted with orchards along the banks of the Tarn
The way from Les Estraques to Lafitte - 4.2km
It is a family walk of 4,2 km that awaits you at Lafitte. The Sentier des Estraques meanders between fields, woods and horse enclosures. Indeed this place has several equestrian centers and beautiful properties that make the bucolic charm of this hike
Confluent du Tarn et de la Garonne
The birdwatchers circuit - 9km
To discover the confluence of the Tarn and the Garonne it is to Saint Nicolas de la Grave that you must go. The 9km birdwatechers circuit, departing from the Leisure Centre, allows you to immerse yourself in the local flora and fauna. Then drive to the birthplace of the founder of Detroit (USA): Antoine de Lamothe-Cadillac.
A walk along the hillsides from Moissac to Boudou - 16km
The walk along the hillsides offers a unique panoramic view of the Garonne valley and its confluence with the Tarn. Leaving Moissac you will take the route used by pilgrims along the Camino to Santiago de Compostela. On the way back you stroll along the canal. This walk takes you to the heights of Terres des Confluence. The best grape in the world grows on these hillsides : the Moissac Chasselas!
Village de Boudou
Le port de Castelsarrasin
The route from Saint Martin to Castelsarrasin - 11 km
This is a walk which departs from the Harbour Master’s Office in the port of Castelsarrasin, runs alongside the canal and then crosses through fields. In the distance you will see the hillsides on which the village of Cordes-Tolosannes sits. Below these hills you will see the roof of Belleperche Abbey which houses a museum "Arts of the Table".