At the entrance of the Gorges of the rivers Tarn and Jonte.
Mostuéjouls is located in the heart of the Parc Naturel Regional des Grands Causses, under the beautiful cliffs of the Causse Sauveterre.
Small streets will take you to its castle which was a strategic point on the right side of the river Tarn. It protected the villagers against the Anduze-Roquefeuil, lords of the neighbouring castles of Peyrelade and Caylus.
On the outskirts of Mostuéjouls, very beautiful paths will take you to the troglodytic hamlets of Eglazines and St Marcellin.
Sites to discover : Notre Dame des champs, charming roman chapel on the riverside.
Liaucous and its roman church of Saint Pierre, its gallo-roman stones, its paved streets.
Higher on the plateau, you can refresh yourself at the Paillasses Fountain, sweet mangrove on the causse. You will surely get to see the great lords of the sky, the Griffon Vultures.