The Saint-Cyprien district, located on the left bank of the Garonne, has been a young and trendy district for some time.

Popular and cosmopolitan, this area is culturally rich. The old abattoirs have been transformed into a Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. Saint-Cyprien is a lively place with many cafés, restaurants and shops of all kinds.

It is accessible by metro, which has helped to give the area a new lease of life.


Located in the East side of the city, Saint-Agne is a popular and residential area.

With three nurseries, a kindergarten and two primary schools, Saint-Agne district is ideal for young families. The University of Toulouse II and the École Supérieure du Professorat et de l’Éducation are also located here. As far as food is concerned, the Avenue de l’URSS, the most important street, offers small shops and restaurants, and even a mini-market for the most demanding. And finally, the Pavé theatre, with its quality contemporary programming, allows the inhabitants of the district to enjoy cultural entertainment.

In terms of architecture, the district is made up of small multi-storey buildings, but above all of numerous semi-detached houses and some pretty properties with gardens.

With the train station located there, Saint-Agne district is, of course, endowed with a quality transport network. Being located just south of the Capitole station, it is therefore very close to the centre as well. There is also the Saint-Agne station, on the B line of the metro, as well as several bus lines, which pass through the same point and offer various other stops on the Avenue de l’URSS or along the Rue Saint-Roch. As for the Vélô, there are numerous terminals available to residents.

Saint-Agne offers the possibility of living “independently”, and of reaching the city centre when the need arises. This proximity to the centre, to the train station, or to the university, while being able to rely on a quieter neighbourhood, makes it a very popular district.

Croix de Pierre

Located in the south of Toulouse, the Croix de Pierre district takes its name from a stone cross formerly located at the crossroads of the avenue de Muret and the boulevard Déodat-de-Séverac.

The Croix de Pierre is now embedded in the wall of a house at the corner of rue Lafage.

Thanks to the many activities, events, and festivities organized by its inhabitants, it is a lively and very animated district: there are many small shops useful for daily life, and a market is held there twice a week.

Geographically, it is also well located: a stone’s throw from the banks of the Garonne, the Ernest Wallon Stadium, the art deco Nakache swimming pool, designed by the architect Jean Montariol, as well as many other cultural venues such as the Théâtre de la Digue. A large public transportation network links it to the city center: streetcar, bus, VélÔ Toulouse.

Croix de Pierre is a neighborhood in constant evolution, where many urban projects are expected in the coming years. It is therefore a very popular neighborhood for families, quiet and dynamic, where life is good.

Côte Pavée

A family residential neighborhood par excellence located in the eastern heights of the city, Côte Pavée is highly prized for its townhouses with gardens and its proximity to downtown.

The heights of the district are occupied by large villas built between the two wars.

The neighborhood is built around the green lung that is the park of the college of Caousou, and many other school groups complete the educational offer.

Life is lively in the neighborhood, with numerous facilities such as the Alex Jany swimming pool and skating rink, cultural centers, the Argoulets leisure center and libraries.


The typology of this neighborhood tells a faubourienne story common to all large metropolises.

Formerly a market garden, its proximity to the Matabiau train station has made it an obvious neighborhood for railway workers.

The suburb offers all the advantages of the hyper-center without its disadvantages: quietness and charm still accessible, representation of a varied social fabric, an efficient transportation network.

There are still many typical old railwaymen’s houses with small gardens in extension of the main building. For shopping enthusiasts of all kinds, Faubourg Bonnefoy is a neighborhood that mixes a village feel with modernity, with many shops, boutiques, a cultural center and a large supermarket.