Things to see and do - Sainte-Enimie
Sainte-Enimie Travel guide
Sainte-Enimie : Michelin's recommendations
Verdantly situated in one of the narrowest stretches of the deep Tarn Gorge, Sainte Enimie’s supporting walls and stepped terraces are sited on steep slopes, bearing witness to the enormous human effort required to adapt this site to habitation. With its medieval charm and cobbled streets, this is one of France’s prettiest villages. In Place au Beurre is a fine old house and market which retains its original wheat measure.
Tourist attractions Sainte-Enimie : Things to see and do
According to legend the name dates from the Crusades: a nobleman who remained at home wore himself out satisfying women whose husbands were away fighting. He died of exhaustion and his soul in the form of a goat (bouc) was seen to rise above the cast..
France's highest plateau is known for the harshness of its weather. Limestone and dolomitic rock alternate across the plateau. In its sotchs, red soil contrasts nicely against the meadows and ploughland, punctuated by the odd menhir. Sparsely populat..
Saint-Chély-du-Tarn F - 48210 Sainte-Énimie
Located just 5 km from Sainte Enimie, Auberge de la Cascade features a heated, outdoor swimming pool and panoramic views over the Gorges du Tarn Valleys. The hotel and its adjoining restaurant are housed in a charming, traditional stone building. Al..