This timeless place takes you through the centuries starting from the time of Louis XIII. Enter an Abbey of nearly 4 centuries of history in neo-classical style.
A true historical heritage of Tarn-et-Garonne the Capuchin convent was originally built in the 17th century, a period when poverty was advocated, which explains why the building was shaped with great sobriety. The rehabilitation with the neoclassical style dates from after 1833, when a big fire took place. This style was very popular in Montauban, thus, a framed facade, a Doric portico or imposing stone columns are preserved.
Come and observe the ”Tarn front”, the facade of the building that extends along the quay and fits perfectly into the bewitching landscape of the banks of the Tarn. Today, the Abbey retains all its charm with the heart of the chapel and the cloister with arcades while offering you comfort and refinement.