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Muret - a dynamic suburb

The town of Muret lies in the south-west of France, where the Louge River meets the mighty Garonne. Muret is close enough to Toulouse to be thought of as a suburb of this great city, but it has a rich history (with early remains dating back to 4000 BC) and culture all of its own, and a dynamic approach to life in the 21st century that has a magnetic effect on both visitors and potential full-time residents.

Great location

The town has all the accoutrements of a thriving city, with schools, banks and health care, and is close to all the facilities of Toulouse. It is set in beautiful and varied countryside and has access to all the beauty spots of the south of France, including the Mediterranean Sea and the Pyrénéan Mountains. In short, Muret is a great place to live or to holiday.

History and culture

Many so called "suburbs" of the big cities are little but purpose-built housing estates, but this is emphatically not the case with Muret. Muret has a past that includes a place in the history books as the site of a famous battle that took place in the Albigensian crusades. It also has a beautiful, privately owned 17th century chateau (Château de Rudelle), and a rich south-western culture to explore and enjoy. The architecture of the town blends ancient with modern, and the whole combines to make a most attractive picture. You may like to explore Muret on foot or by bicycle, using the many bicycle paths which criss-cross the town.

What to do in Muret

The town hosts many cultural events as well as having a cinema, theatre, art gallery, library and museum. There is a country festival held every June, and outdoor films shown in July and August.

Shops and markets

Muret is blessed with an array of shops that is almost as extensive as you will find in Toulouse itself, and for traditionalists, the town also hosts two big weekly markets (Tuesdays and Saturdays), held in the open air and offering the ultimate French market shopping experience! The town offers plenty in the form of accommodation too, with hotels, chambre d'hôtes, gites and apartments for short term and longer term rental.

Wining and dining in Muret

The food and drink of the south-west of France is reason enough on its own account to visit, or better still, to put down roots and stay for ever in this region. Muret has a superb choice of restaurants, bars and wine caves to discover, with locally produced wines and traditional regional dishes vying with popular international cuisines for your attention and custom.

Sports and leisure

Muret is a city that is dedicated to providing sporting facilities for all ages and tastes, and there are excellent facilities and associations in the town for the most popular sports including football, rugby, fitness, swimming and tennis. There is also a skate park, as well as shooting ranges, an equestrian club and velodrome. From Muret it is easy to access the multitude of outdoor activities inspired by the diverse landscapes of the south-west, with skiing and rock climbing in the mountains, swimming and sailing at the seaside and in the many lakes and rivers of the region, and walking, cycling and horse-riding in the beautiful, peaceful countryside.

How to get there

Toulouse airport at Blagnac has direct flights from the UK every day. Airlines servicing this airport include easyJet, flybe, bmi and British Airways. The city of Toulouse also has the advantage of a TGV station, so you can travel by rail and change at Toulouse for local services. Meanwhile, the A64 motorway runs very near to the town, so travelling is easy whichever mode of transport you choose.

Property prices and availability in and around Muret

The Haute-Garonne has recently become a very popular place to live, so property prices have risen accordingly. Prices in Muret tend to be lower than in Toulouse itself, and there is a good variety of property currently on the market.

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Muret AT A GLANCE

WHERE IS Muret?

Muret is located in the south-west of France. It lies in the centre of the Haute-Garonne department.

Muret Property Map

IN THE REGION OF MIDI-PYRÉNÉES

Midi-Pyrénées Guide

Midi-Pyrénées Property Map

IN THE DEPARTMENT OF HAUTE-GARONNE

Haute-Garonne Guide

  Haute-Garonne Map


Population: 25,000


Access: By air: Fly to the airport of Toulouse at Blagnac. By road: Muret lies off the A64 auto route. By rail: There is a TGV station at Toulouse where you can link to local services.


Economy: The economy is dynamic and thriving, with industry, commerce, tourism and agriculture all important.


Interesting fact: Muret was the site of a famous battle in the Middle Ages, involving Simon de Montfort, curse of the Cathars.


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