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To walk around on the banks of the Tarn, Albi is to discover otherwise, away from the tourist clichés, enjoy other facets of this beautiful city a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

"The Tarn Albi through the whole territory. Its green banks, flooded regularly, keep a form of" wild "contributing to their charm and make it a natural space that emphasizes the harmonious development of endemic plant species, promoting balance wildlife.

Trees (alder, ash, maple) to accommodate the overflow of the river; here the wild nettle welcome balm or butterflies, bramble takes some slope and gives blackberries, bamboo side with dogwood, elder, privet and other viburnums.

Several footpaths lead to the feet of walkers Berbie Palace. The banks are well appointed, offering a remarkable view of the Pont-old, the Albigensian mills and an unexpected approach Berbie Palace.

In summer, it is the starting point rides barges - flat boats that glide on the Tarn bottom - Albi to discover unexpectedly "Source: http://www.cite-Episcopal-albi.fr/.

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