Built at an altitude of 272 meters, at the foot of the Black Moutain in the shadow of the Berniquaut peak, Soreze is a small, historic town full of character.
It is pleasant to stroll through the streets lined with half-timbered, jettied-out houses from the 16th and the 17th century. The 15th century St. Martin bell-tower is the sole vestige of the former parish church burnt down during the Religion Wars.
Soreze owns its fame to its Abbey school, a classified "historical monument" since 1988. Visit the Abbey school and you'll be able to imagine was daily life look like in this very particular environment, renowned well beyond our borders for its innovative teaching techniques.
- Pets welcome
- Educational visits
- Coach access
- Themed tour
- Set down on-site for groups
- Guided tours
Mairie de Sorèze
Office de Tourisme Intercommunal Aux sources du Canal du Midi - Bureau de Sorèze
All year round, daily.
updated the13 octobre 2020byOffice de tourisme Aux Sources du Canal du Midi Lauragais Revel et Sorèzois