Most likely, Bram is the oldest village in the area with vestiges dating back 110 years B.C.
Bram is a picturesque, circular village built around its XIIIth century church in a typical Lauragais architecture.
Today only the Saint-Julien and Sainte-Basilisse churches remains .
In 1194, its fortress was destroyed during the Albigensian crusade and only few vestiges can be seen today.
Walter Spangherro, famous Rugdby player and his brother Laurent were both natives of Bram and they succeded in marketing the Cassoulet de Castelnaudary all over the world.
In the past, Bram was an important port built to suit the needs of shipping : a tow path on one side and a mooring quay for boats on the other.
Market : wednsday morning
Located about 4 km away from Bram, in the country side, the Auberge de Pigné has farm products, a restaurant and 2 lovely rooms.
A nautical base with a full range of services and cruiser hire companys.
Halte la plus proche : Bram (1.6 km)
Les écluses à proximité
Écluse de Guerre (9.6 km)
Écluse de la Peyruque (8.5 km)
Écluse de la Criminelle (8 km)
Écluse de Tréboul (6.7 km)
Écluse de Villepinte (3.8 km)
Écluse de Sauzens (2.5 km)
Écluse de Bram (1.7 km)
Écluse de Béteille (5.3 km)