Puycelsi is located on the border between the Tarn and Tarn-et-Garonne, between Albi and Quercy, which makes it a strategic location. It's called the fortress of wood with 800 meters of walls, because it dominates the forest Grésigne and was his guardian. Puycelsi is traversed with ease, with its wealth as the Saint-Roch, built in 1703 by the inhabitants to be thankful to have protected them from the plague. But also the St. Cornelius Church of Southern Gothic, with its single nave and the altar, dated against the reform-who was raised in 1689 in the church choir, and was restored in 1987. The walkway nestled inside the walls, with its esplanade called vying where knights could participate in tournaments. Its half-timbered houses, consisting of a frame which the voids are filled with brick or mud. Castle said Captain Royal which you can admire the two round towers.