Saint-Chèly-du-Tarn

SAINT-CHELY-DU-TARN

Towns and villages of character in Saint-chely-du-tarn, Gorges du Tarn Causses
  • The hamlet of Saint-Chély-du-Tarn is housed at the foot of a vast cliff on the left bank of the Tarn almost in the middle of the Gorges. Hamlet famous for its church of the Assumption, of Romanesque art, built in the 12th century, and the chapel of Cénaret, Romanesque building of the 12th century, built at the entrance of a cave with an underground lake and remains of an old mill now transformed into a craft shop. The hamlet is connected to the road axis by a bridge overhung by a single arch...
    The hamlet of Saint-Chély-du-Tarn is housed at the foot of a vast cliff on the left bank of the Tarn almost in the middle of the Gorges. Hamlet famous for its church of the Assumption, of Romanesque art, built in the 12th century, and the chapel of Cénaret, Romanesque building of the 12th century, built at the entrance of a cave with an underground lake and remains of an old mill now transformed into a craft shop. The hamlet is connected to the road axis by a bridge overhung by a single arch which crosses the river at the level of the high cliff causing the meander of the Tarn. A resurgence which flows into the Tarn in a cascade is also very popular with swimmers and canoeists. There is something magical about the hamlet of Saint-Chély-du-Tarn.
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