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Motorhome trip through French Occitania

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Views of Albi from the other side of the Old Bridge

Traveling by motorhome gives you a freedom of exploration that you cannot get in any other way. Being a snail and carrying the house on your back allows you great independence when it comes to enjoying landscapes, nature and trying to make the most of a destination.

Fstale is a great option to travel this way since it accumulates more than a third of the total of campsites enabled for motor homes in Europe, with more than 1.

Buying a vehicle with these characteristics is usually quite expensive and it is better to rent it if you are not going to use it frequently. On the page of Bell you can compare more than 25,000 caravans and motorhomes of all kinds in more than 30 countries, being its strongest points being able to get the best price in the market and provide a customer service in Spanish, whatever the country in which the rental is made.

France being the best European country to travel in this way I am going to propose an excellent route which includes beautiful landscapes, vineyards, history, millenary architecture and tasty cuisine. Little more can be asked for a trip.

I present you a beautiful three-day trip through the department of Tarn-et-Garonne, in the French region of the Midday, the old Occitania.

First Stage: Toulouse - Montauban, 54 km

After picking up the rented vehicle in Toulouse, we headed to the capital of the Tarn region, Montauban.

Montauban Place Nationale

This small city of no more than 6 inhabitants is known as the pink city because most of the facades of its monumental buildings in the historic center are made with bricks of that color.

The Saint Jacques church and the Notre-Dame de L'Assomption Cathedral they are the two most important religious monuments of the Montauban and symbolize the confrontation of the rebels and the monarchical troops. You can still see the trace left by the gunshots of Louis XIII's troops during the siege of the city. His successor, Louis XIV, ordered the cathedral to be built in white stone to face the rebel city.

The church of Saint Jacques in Montauban

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