Lautrec (Occitan: Lautrèc) is a commune in the Tarn department in southern France.
Historical population of Lautrec
Lautrec is listed among "The Most Beautiful Villages of France" as well as a "Remarkable Site for Taste" thanks to its renowned pink garlic. Its remarkable sites include:
- the village itself, with its 14th century market square
- the Saint Remy collegiate church and its sumptuous marble retable
- the 17th century windmill, one of the few still working today in the South of France
- a clog workshop, recreated after the one that existed there until the early 1960s
- the Caussade Gate (13th century)
- the Salette Calvary (altitude 328 m)
- the Roman road
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