The peninsula of Ambialet is a unique site to visit all the year. Embraced by a meander of the Tarn 3 km long, the peninsula is dominated by a priory and a Romanesque church of the eleventh century built on a schistose needle. In the Middle Ages, Ambialet became the seat of the Viscount of the Trencavel, rivals of the counts of Toulouse and was then occupied by Simon de Monfort during the crusade against the Albigenses (Cathars). The ruins of a castle bear witness to the grandeur of the medieval site.
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