Rambling & hiking

Our footpaths have all been specially chosen to help you gain access to the most beautiful countryside in the region, and they’re all signposted by the Tarn Departmental Rambling Committee.

From simple rambles to more demanding hikes, it’s easy to get going, and the gorgeous countryside makes even the shortest stroll a completely unique journey into Gaillac territory. You may be on foot, or riding a hybrid or mountain bike, or even on horseback. You could be alone, with a friend, or in a family group. However you choose to do it, you’ll always find exactly what you’re looking for here.

Rambling & hiking

Vineyard and castles - Cahuzac-sur-Vère

Vineyard and castles - Cahuzac-sur-Vère

Hauts de Gaillac

Hauts de Gaillac

The Three Lake path - Graulhet

The Three Lake path - Graulhet

Follow the Cockerel - Gaillac

Follow the Cockerel - Gaillac

Sentier du patrimoine - Puycelsi

Sentier du patrimoine - Puycelsi

Saint-Martin circuit - Rabastens

Saint-Martin circuit - Rabastens

Le Salvagnacois - Salvagnac

Le Salvagnacois - Salvagnac

Path from la Vère to Saint-Hussou - Cahuzac-sur-Vère

Path from la Vère to Saint-Hussou - Cahuzac-sur-Vère

The Mespel path - Larroque

The Mespel path - Larroque

Les Hauts de Maladène - Salvagnac

Les Hauts de Maladène - Salvagnac

The Hilltop path - Briatexte

The Hilltop path - Briatexte

The Hill-slope path - Cestayrols

The Hill-slope path - Cestayrols

The bell-tower path - Cadalen et Técou

The bell-tower path - Cadalen et Técou

La Baronne path - Castelnau-de-Montmiral

La Baronne path - Castelnau-de-Montmiral

Gradille path - Castelnau-de-Montmiral

Gradille path - Castelnau-de-Montmiral

In the steps of Amédée the winegrower - Rabastens

In the steps of Amédée the winegrower - Rabastens

Château de Lagarde path - Castelnau-de-Montmiral

Château de Lagarde path - Castelnau-de-Montmiral