Discover Portet-sur-Garonne

Portet-sur-Garonne is a commune in the Haute-Garonne department in southwestern France. Located on the banks of the Garonne River, it is about fifteen kilometres from Toulouse and is a picturesque town with many notable attractions.

The Church of Notre Dame de Valere, built in 1867, has become one of Portet-sur-Garonne's most prominent landmarks, featuring neo Gothic and Romanesque architecture. The Peyrouleau Tower was once a guard tower but now serves as an observation point offering panoramic views over the town and river valley. Visitors can also explore remnants of its past at Fort de Gassion which dates back to 1794.

In addition to its historic sites, there are plenty of activities available such as canoeing or kayaking on the Garonne River or hiking along its banks; cycling through lush countryside; playing golf at Les Balconades Golf Club; shopping for local artisanal works in Place du Graou; enjoying a wine tasting at Maison des Vins - AOC Cotes du Frontonnais; admiring traditional and contemporary artworks at Atelier d'Art Contemporain and more!