After St. Peter Port, the port of bream in the works right now is the turn of Viguerie port. Between October 2016 and July 2017, announced the municipality of Toulouse, the Chamber of the historic port of Saint-Cyprien will find a second life. It will include a dozen of trees (elms, willows, ash), which will encourage more to linger. The dam wall, which dates from the 18th century, will be restored to the image of what is currently the bream. Brick by brick, it will regain its former glory. After the rehabilitation, we can even walk on the dam wall, which will be located a corridor of ambulation. This pedestrian walkway will connect the entrance Viguerie port and stairs to be totally renovated, at the foot of Saint-Pierre bridge. In this high up, the view on the right bank promises to be splendid.