Sightseeing tours in the Midi Pyrenees


When you travel, there are some places, some atmospheres, some landscapes that you will always remember. Villages, towns and attractions that are unexpected discoveries and that you’ll never get tired of, even after having visited them many times.

The Midi Pyrenees region can boast having 25 top tourist destinations that are unmissable because they bring out not only the region’s history and beauty but also its sense of hospitality:

The Cirque de Gavarnie, Rocamadour, Albi, the Millau viaduct, Lourdes, Moissac, Saint Cirq Lapopie, Saint Bertrand de Comminges, the Pic du Midi, the Canal des Deux Mers, Cauterets-Pont d’Espagne, to name but a few! So many magical surroundings that are perfect for a day or a longer stay.



In the High Pyrenees department, we are lucky to have in our collection, four jewels of regional tourism, four Great Tourist Sites of Midi Pyrenees: Lourdes, the Cirque de Gavarnie (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), Cauterets-Pont d’Espagne in the heart of the Pyrenees National Park and the iconic Pic du Midi with its astronomical observatory. When visiting our region, no matter where you will be based, in Lourdes or elsewhere in the High Pyrenees, these are the four first-class sites that you cannot miss! To help you to make the most of your visit, we have designed several itineraries that we take you to our greatest and most valuable regional treasures:


According to your preferences, your needs and the time you’ll have, here are some suggestions of one-day trip departing from Lourdes and its region

–  Lourdes and the Cirque de Gavarnie

–  Lourdes and Cauterets-Pont d’Espagne

–  Lourdes and the Pic du Midi

–  Cauterets-Pont d’Espagne the Cirque de Gavarnie

–  Cauterets-Pont d’Espagne the le Pic du Midi

–  The Cirque de Gavarnie and the Pic du Midi

–  Saint Bertrand de Comminges, former Roman town founded in the first century BC

–  Auch, City of D’Artagnan and Marciac land of jazz

–  Moissac, stop on the routes to Santiago de Compostela, is also a beacon of
Romanesque art in France

–  Toulouse, the pink city, and cradled by the Canal du Midi

–  Albi and the Episcopal City listed as a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO

–  Cordes sur Ciel, the famous village balanced on its rocky peak considered one of the
most significant medieval towns of France


Multi-day trips are also available

– Rocamadour, Cahors, Figeac, Saint Cirq Lapopie : the Lot Valley and the Dordogne Valley

– Toulouse, Revel et Saint Ferréol : at the sources of the Canal du Midi

– Toulouse et Albi : Southern French Cities with a remarkable architecture made of brick

– Toulouse, Albi, Cordes sur Ciel, Millau, Roquefort :
from the Haute Garonne department to Aveyron and Tarn departments