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Routes along the Tarn

From Saint Enimie to Albi under the Millau Viaduct

Bmotorcycle ride along the tarn river From Saint Enimie to Albi under the Millau Viaduct

An idea for a motorcycle ride to do at your own pace


from Sainte-Enimie to Albi via Millau. An itinerant motorcycle tour (not a loop) along the Tarn River: Gorges du Tarn, Vallée du Tarn, Raspes du Tarn…

1 river, 3 of France’s Most Beautiful Villages: Sainte-Enimie in the Gorges du Tarn, Peyre, at the foot of the Millau Viaduct and Brousse-le-Château, in the Raspes du Tarn.

I’ll leave you to discover the first part, in the heart of the Gorges du Tarn with the “History: the Gorges du Tarn” tour.

Bruno’s tip – Don’t miss the short off-route that takes you to the heights of Raspes du Tarn, to the picturesque hamlet of Ayssènes. The views from the Roc Saint-Jean and the Saint-Rémy belvedere are breathtaking.


Downstream from Millau, the river and the flanks widen. The Raspes du Tarn valley comes into view. Flat or gently undulating roads full of charm, little frequented, skirting the river and criss-crossing pretty little villages…

Right bank of the Tarn, passing under the Millau Viaduct, at its almost lowest point. The 1st structure of the 21st century is still impressive. Don’t count on revving the engine under the “bridge”!!!

In view of the world’s highest viaduct, the small village of Peyre, one of France’s Most Beautiful Villages, built into the tufa cliff that dominates it. Take a few minutes to stroll through its narrow streets.

The further you go into the Raspes du Tarn, the more the forest seems to flow into the river.

We’re not far from a biker’s paradise!

In spring, you’ll get a noseful… of good flowery scents. In summer, you can enjoy the cool banks of the Tarn and the shade of its forests. In autumn, the colors and the waltz of the leaves are another pleasant sight.

Brousse-le-Château is another of France’s Most Beautiful Villages.
A medieval fortress perched on a rocky ridge protects this steep, stone-built village. A little jewel in the heart of nature.

The route continues along an old railroad line, with a series of tunnels and small bridges, still running alongside the Tarn.

V à tous!”