It's this river from the Pyrenees that gives the landscapes of the department its splendour. The Garonne originates in Spain, and crosses the border to flow quietly to Saint-Béat, a village with W white marble, popular with thrill-seekers who can go rafting!
The Garonne river
Before splitting the Toulouse agglomeration, the Garonne greets Saint Bertrand de Comminges, a site not to be missed, before passing through various communes, each one nicer than the next: Montréjeau, Martres-Tolosane, Cazères, Muret... To then receive the reinforcement of the Ariège and continue on its way to the Gironde, where it will flow into the Atlantic.
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