Foix is particularly rooted in the national and regional heritage. Such as a cousin of the famous Carcassonne, Foix is one of those medieval cities with narrow, cobbled streets which happens to hold surprises for whomever wanders among them. Nestled between mounts and passes, making its climate pleasant at any time of the year, Foix is a curiosity in itself that gains to be better known.
By staying at l’oustal de Tréville, you assure yourself the proximity of important points of interest in the city. Five to ten minutes of walking in order to climb up the rock and you will get to visit the monumental medieval castle of the counts of Foix which hangs over the valley, it alone testifies of the identity of the region and constitutes a mandatory visit while touring Foix.
The tourist office of Foix sits at five to ten minutes by foot from the villa and will provide you with every necessary documentation in order to planify your journey and keep knowledge of ongoing and incoming events in the region.[Phone : +33 (0)5 61 65 12 12]
In addition to both these eminently historical places, Foix offers to experience some stroll among its cobbled, narrow streets, whose medieval aspect is something to see for itself. Counting numerous restaurants, cafés, shops and workshops – walked through in about a matter of minutes – Foix promises an enjoyable stay, at the pace that suits you best.
Outside the city, it is possible to climb for a few hours of walk the various mounts and passes on its direct outskirts in order to reach peculiar panoramic points of view, nestled at heights hanging over the castle such as the Pech or the Croix du Saint-Sauveur (Cross of Saint-Saviour).