Let’s stay “local”! – until next trip away..:-)

Le Sidobre is a mountainous, quaint, granitic area whose altitude varies between 400 and 707 meters; it’s situated 1h 1/2-drive from Toulouse, in the Tarn county and it spreads over 102 km2 – nearly 5,000 hectares – covered with forests. This is the largest “spot” of granite rocks in France where one can hike all day long… 🙂

N.B. The etymology of “Sidobre” is controversial: it may come from the Latin “sin opere” = uncultivated region, or from the Gaulish “seto briga” – “seto” means mountain and “briga” – high fortress.


Have a fine weekend and see you asap, pals! 🙂

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Posted on 4 May 2019, in melanie. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Your “local” is pretty exotic and amazing! 🙂 Great photos.

  2. Nice formations. I particularly like the waterfalls and reflections!

  3. Lovely to see the local areas, Melanie. Thank you for sharing. Leslie xoxo

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