Things to see and do - Moissac
Moissac Travel guide
Moissac : Michelin's recommendations
Moissac and its old abbey stand in a lovely setting surrounded by orchards and vineyards. Built on the north bank of the Tarn, on either side of the Garonne lateral canal, the town is renowned for its summer concerts.
Tourist attractions Moissac : Things to see and do
6 pl. Durand-de-Bredon F - 82200 Moissac
These remarkable late-11C cloisters stand in the shade of a huge cedar tree. Note the slender arcades and columns, alternately single and paired, in harmonious tones of marble - white, pink, green and grey. The rich decoration depicts a great variety..
Place Durand-de-Bredon F - 82200 Moissac
It was St. Odilon, the prestigious abbot of Cluny, who helped the Abbey of Moissac reach its golden age in the 11C. It is famous for its cloister and the tympanum on the south portal (circa 1130) of the Church of Saint-Pierre, one of the masterpieces..
3 Place Des Recollets F - 82200 Moissac
Prix Prices from : 72 €
The hotel is situated in the heart of Moissac, on the way to Saint-Jacques-de-Compostelle and 100 metres from a 12th century cloister, listed as a World Heritage site by UNESCO. Inter-Hotel Le Chapon Fin features comfortable and peaceful rooms, a ..
22, rue du Pont F - 82200 Moissac
This 18th-century house, now a modern and stylish hotel is located in the centre of Moissac, just 50 metres from the Canal des deux Mers and the Vélo Voie Verte. With views over the garden or the town, the rooms at the Hotel Armateur are en suite wi..
2, Allée Montébello F - 82200 Moissac
Prix Prices from : 62 €
esplanade du Moulin F - 82200 Moissac
22 rue du Pont F - 82200 Moissac
6 pl. Roger-Delthil F - 82200 Moissac
Le Florentin enjoys an excellent reputation in the surrounding area - and well beyond! The chef is passionate about tradition and fine ingredients (sourced from local producers). The food is as delicious as can be. The terrace affords an uninterrupte..