Saint Antonin Noble Val Owners Club

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Activities in and around Saint Antonin Noble Val.

Imagine, if you will, lush verdant hills, limestone peaks, beautiful rivers slowly meandering through deep impressive gorges or powering their way down incredible rapids…imagine the tranquillity, the quality of life the and the "joi de vie" of waking up every morning to a fresh baguette or croissant and the best coffee in the world…imagine a home or a holiday in this idyllic place.

Welcome to Saint Antonin Noble Val in the Tarn et Garonne...welcome to paradise.

A region of valleys, rivers, gorges, lakes, a land of water and stone warming under beautiful sunshine from an endless azure blue sky.

The Departement of Tarn et Garonne offers both the resident and the holiday maker an endless array of activities for every generation, from gentle pursuits such as fishing in the many rivers and lakes in the area, to rambling through the wonderful gorges and valleys discovering the hidden beauty of the medieval bastide towns that populate this department.

Saint Antonin Noble Val itself has a full programme of events that start at easter and run throughout the summer. They range from the giant Easter egg parade that runs along the cobbled streets of the town, to a fume filled noisy bustling "hill climb" racing car series that takes place on the narrow twisting road just outside Saint Antonin Noble Val. The atmosphere is electric with cars, drivers mechaniques and the press coming from all over the region.

For more active visitors there are opportunities to experience cycling, climbing, caving pot-holing and racing through foaming white water in canoes or rafts. For children the open countryside and the smaller rivers and lakes provide a natural playground of excitement and adventure.

Saint Antonin Noble Val is the oldest town in the Rouerge and Quercy region with an atmosphere that allows you to imagine living here in the Middle Ages

For your home or holiday in unspoilt South West France the Tarn et Garonne offers something for everyone.


Fishing permits are rather complicated but that's up to us to arrange and prices range from about £35 to £50 depending on when, where and what you want to fish for.

  • The Tarn
  • The Lot
  • The Garonne
  • The Aveyron
  • The Bonnette
  • The Livron
  • And many smaller rivers

    There are numerous fish:

  • Pike (Brochets)
  • Perch
  • Carp
  • Bass
  • Trout
  • Pikeperch (Sandres)
  • Plus an abundance of other river and lake fish.

    Water sports.

    From pedaloes and gentle family picnics by small boat or open canoe to white water rafting and slalom kayaking, the rivers Lot, Tarn and Aveyron have something for everyone. From its source in Lozere, the river Lot sweeps through the Aveyron region, passed picturesque villages and small bastide towns.

    The charming River Tarn flows through some of the most picturesque country side in France, with majestic scenery interspersed with beautiful towns and villages.

    The River Aveyron is the fisherman's river full of a huge variety of fish but is also suitable for short holiday canoe trips in open top plastic kayaks….fun for all the family….take a picnic and enjoy the peace and quiet of this beautiful river.


    With its steep gorges and towering cliffs there are climbs in abundance for the experienced and not so experienced. Within a couple of kilometres of Saint Antonin Noble Val there are two climbing schools and numerous other fantastic opportunities for those wishing to scale the heights of this beautiful region.

    If you are looking for a property to rent,or someone to manage an existing one, in or around Saint Antonin Noble Val in the Tarn et Garonne (82) region , why not talk to us...Call or email Richard or Elaine Woollam......We can help you.

    Saint Antonin Noble Val Owners Club

    Tel:              00 33 (0) 5 63 30 84 15
    Mobile:        00 33 (0) 6 23 84 23 31

    Siret No: 451 872 386 00011
    Foun De Pio, Route de Saleth
    Saint Antonin Noble Val 82140


    Part of Midi Pyrenees Owners Club

    Webmaster: Richard Woollam