St Antonin and the local region
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St Antonin Noble Val is the oldest town in the Rouergue and Quercy region and its name is derived from Saint Antonin, who introduced Christianity to the area. It is a picturesque medieval town, whose museum is housed in the oldest example of civic architecture in France, a town hall built in 1125.
Artists have flocked to in St Antonin-Noble-Val: painters, sculptors, potters, jewellers, soap-makers. The art deco cinema offers an up-to-date programme of films in English as well as French; there are exhibitions, concerts, festivals, dances, live groups; the night markets, the renowned Sunday market and antique markets are well-attended.
There are also restaurants and cafes to suit all tastes and budgets. We are happy to recommend and book restauramts in the town and in the surrounding area.
The local shops include 2 supermarkets, a pharmacy, newsagent, estate agents, post office, 2 boulangeries/patisseries, as well as more unusual shops and galleries. There is also a garage, doctor and dentist.
The highlight of the week is the market held on every Sunday of the year. The St Antonin market attracts shoppers and visitors from near and far. Fresh regional produce features - such as fruit and vegetables, meats, cheeses and wines.
The St Antonin market was featured in the recent feature film 'The Hundred Foot Journey' which starred Helen Mirren.
10 Rue de la Pelisserie
82140 St Antonin-Noble-Val
Tel: +33 5 63 30 63 47
Fax: +33 5 63 30 66 33