A small paradise: removed from the world, it’s a place to simply be happy
Najac is a medieval 13th-century village, located on the river Aveyron. It is an ideal place to visit cultural monuments and enjoy outdoor fun like kayaking, swimming, hiking, tree climbing, horseback riding, fishing...
The village has many stores, a market, gourmet restaurants and cafés.
A few miles from Najac, you can visit the towns of Villefranche de Rouergue, Cajarc, Cordes, Albi (listed UNESCO heritage), the abbeys of Loc Dieu and Beaulieu, or Peyrusse le Roc and numerous Romanesque churches.
Najac is just an hour and a half drive from Toulouse (France’s 4th largest city), a 3 hours drive from the Pyrenees or the Mediterranean, and 4 hours away from Spain. There are lots of castles and extraordinary sites to see in the region, including the Gorges du Tarn, Sarlat, Rocamadour, the Albi Cathedral, Carcassonne, and beautiful landscapes.
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