Near : escapes and desires of Aveyron and Lozère

Located in Europe, in the South of France in the back mediterranean country, territory Causses and Cevennes extends over more 3000 km². Never a vast area had been declared a World Heritage Site under the protection of natural and cultural heritage shaped by a millennium agropastoralism based on the breeding of sheep. It includes two regions Languedoc-Roussillon and Midi-Pyrenees and four departments: Aveyron, Lozère, Gard and Herault.Peyrelade

Nearby Mostuéjouls and Soleilo, guest house, cottage & spa, many villages, shops and services are open to you for your enjoyment.

Peyrelade :

Atypical construction built on an enormous cliff, this medieval fort will offer you its historical vestiges and a magnificent panorama over the river Tarn. Savour the Bleu des Causses in the cheese caves below, along the main road.

Compeyre :
In the village of Compeyre, perched high above the Tarn Valley, you can visit the Maison des Artisans (craftsmen) et de la Vigne (vineyards).

Paulhe - Aguessac :
La Maison de la Cerise (cherry) (telephone : 05 65 59 00 98) . You enter in the country of cherry.

Le Rozier and Peyreleau :
Down in the valley, these two villages are nestled at the confluence of the Tarn and Jonte rivers. Towering Rozier, the Rocher de Capluc, a great rock which name refers in the ancient dialect to a “head of light” offers from its heights a panorama of exceptional beauty.

Les Vignes :
Small village located on the larger part of the valley and its “Point Sublime”, an overhanging cliff offering a plunging view over the canyon.

La Malène :
Cuddled against the cliffs and towered by the promontory of La Barre, La Malène is filled with old streets, a beautiful roman church and a charming castle, just the view from the Roc des Hourtous is worth the stroll. You will also be able to take a tour on the small boats of the “Bateliers de la Malène”.

Saint-Chély du Tarn :
The village will charm you with its two underground streams emerging from the land in beautiful waterfalls and its tiny but splendid chapel nested in the massive limestone cliffs above.

Sainte-Enimie :
Sainte Enimie is a very attractive and busy medieval town sitting on the Grande Draille de l’Aubrac. It is known for its marvelous architecture and ancient abbey. It is the other door of the Gorges du Tarn.

Meyrueis :   In the midst of the crisp waters of the Tarn, the Jonte, the Cevennes and the Mount Aigoual, discover the Clock Tower, “La Tour de l’Horloge”, ancient corner tower of the city walls, the small Chapel of Notre Dame Of The Rock on top of the cliff, and just nearby visit the Grottes Dargilan, l’Aven Armand or the Abime de Bramabiau, all impressive and spectacular caves and grottos particular to our limestone region.ramabiau.

Saint-Eulalie de Cernon :
Hors du temps, mais vivant pleinement dans son époque, le petit bourg fortifié exulte au naturel, on s'amuse à parcourir les détours et contours de la cité Templière. Profitez-en pour faire la visite du reptilarieum ou encore une balde en petit train ou à vélo rail sur l'ancienne voie ferrée.

La Couvertoirade, la cité Templière par excellence :
Cette cité fortifiée, classée depuis 2009 Grand Site de Midi-Pyrénees reflète par son architecture la puissance des ordres templiers et hospitaliers. Découvrir cette cité médiévale érigée aux confins des causses du Larzac est une vraie récompense puisque cevillage est classé parmi les plus beaux villages de France au patrimoine unique et conservé. Déambulez dans ses ruelles et entrez dans les caves transfomées en boutiques d'art.

Peyre :
Difficile de ne pas tomber sous le charme de ce village adossé à sa falaise de tuf percée de grottes. La plupart des maisons sont troglodytique tout comme l’église de base romane et fortifiée au XVIIe siècle. Ses ruelles en pierres étroites et fleuries rappellent les villages méditerranéens et en été offrent un refuge de fraîcheur. C’est un site résolument insolite, qui vous dévoilera une vue exceptionnelle sur le Viaduc de Millau, l’alliance parfaite entre l’ancien et le moderne et dominant abruptement la rive droite du Tarn.

Tour 10 "most beautiful villages of France" of Aveyron: 
Between plateaus and valleys, mountains and gorges, discover the 10 most beautiful villages of Aveyron which Peyre, troglodyte village, Couvertoirade, Templar city, Estaing in the beautiful green valley of the Lot, Najac overlooking the Aveyron gorges or Conques and still treasure, Belcastel, Brousse le chateau Castle, Najac, Saint Come d'Olt, St. Eulalie d'Olt, Sauveterre de Rouergue. Highland Aubrac through the gorges of the Tarn, this circuit covers the entire department (can do by bike). Discover the heritage and culinary treasures of our territory.

Shops and services nearby :

Tourist Office - Le Rozier
Meyrueis Road - 48150 Le Rozier
Tel . 05 65 62 60 89 - www.officedetourisme-gorgesdutarn.com

Fromagerie LE FEDOU GOUSTA - Hures-La-Parade
Locally produced ewe cheese, delicatessen, jam and marmelade, honey, fruit juice.
Hyelzas - 48150 Hures-La-Parade
Tel. 04 66 45 66 74 - www.fedou.com

La Boutique des 3 Causses - Le Rozier
Souvenirs - Cutlery (Laguiole, Sauveterre) - Postcards - Regional documentation - Arts and Crafts - Photos.
Le Bourg - 48150 Le Rozier
Tel. 05 65 62 63 47 - www.millauvilla.com

Superette SPAR - Le Rozier
General food and goods
48150 Le Rozier
Tel. 05 65 62 63 65

Taxi Le Rozier
Le Bourg - 48150 Le Rozier
Tel. 06 88 49 29 44

Gas Station AGIP - Mostuéjouls
Gas station - Gas bottles
Saint Pal on the road to Millau - D907
12720 Mostuéjouls
Tel. 05 65 62 63 13

Bakery Gayraud - Rivière sur Tarn
Locally made bread, pastries, regional products
12640 Rivière sur Tarn
Tel. 05 65 59 01 38

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