Haute-Garonne Holidays

The department of Haute Garonne takes its name from the upper Garonne River which flows from the high Pyrenees through Toulouse, towards its final rendezvous with the Atlantic at Bordeaux. Journeying across the Garonne basin will reveal a rich tapestry of orchards and vineyards producing the violet scented 'Cotes du Frontonnais' wine loved by the inhabitants of Toulouse.

There are market gardens, and vast fields of wheat and sunflowers crossed by the Canal du Midi. Potatoes are grown here and cattle raised, making Haute Garonne the ideal holiday destinatioan to sample the cuisine of France's South West.

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