Midi-Pyrenees (French, Midi-Pyrénées; ) is a large inland region of south-west France.
- Toulouse - the capital of the region
- Albi - capital of Tarn department with a UNESCO World Heritage listed old city
- Lourdes - centre for the mystical veneration of Mary, mother of Christ, probably the most-visited destination within the region with over 6 million visitors a year
- Bagnères-de-Bigorre - picturesque spa town located mid-way between Lourdes and Tarbes at the foot of the Pyrenees mountains. Popular base for skiers (winter), cyclists and hikers (summer) and other outdoor sport enthusiasts.
- Parc National des Pyrenees - Bosting a huge array of fauna and flora this parc will suit a wide range of visitors from mountain climbers to naturalists.
- Monte Perdido/Mont Perdu - a mountain at the Spanish border with the summit in Spain, listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
- Albi and its famous Toulouse Lautrec museum
- Conques known for its abbey on the ways of Saint James
- Cordes sur Ciel a breathtaking perched village
- Gaillac for its wine tasting
- Cahors and its unique medieval military bridge
- Montauban and its Ingres museum
- Lourdes and its sanctuary
- Saint Bertrand de Comminges the Roman city, the Cathedral
- Bastides medieval towns built during the 13th century