Gîtes and rentals
This entirely renovate apartment is situated in the old centre of Saint Geniez d'Olt, on the river Lot and the Auronne stream. The village offers local shops and services. As soon as the good weather arrives, the village hosts numerous events and activities. Saint Geniez is also ideally situated for outdoor activities and discovering the region.
Comfortable converted barn where you will appreciate the peace and quiet. Situated on a farm 5 min from the famous Roquefort caves and 20 min from the Millau viaduct. Magnificent view of the countryside and the Cirque de Tournemire.
On descending the village lane, first of all you will spy the steeple of the old convent with its lauze covered roof that now houses 3 communal gîtes, close to the church. This is where you will stay, with panoramic view over the wooded slopes and the green prairies that overlook Castelnau dam on the river Lot.
Gite of 63 m², for 4 persons, modern comfort on the first floor of the owner's house, with independent access. Many trails bring you to discover orchids, little stone huts, dolmens, and at twilight to listen to the Eurasian stone-curlew, nightingales and many other wild birds.
Located in the Natural Park of the Grands Causses, this gite opens onto a shaded outdoor and flowery area, which offers a nice view over the village of Saint-Leons down below. Discover the city of insects, Micropolis, and the Museum of Entomology, birthplace of Jean-Henri Fabre. A few kilometres away, you will discover the lakes of Lévézou for fishing or swimming. You can also admire the Millau Viaduct and grandiose natural sites like the Gorges du Tarn, of the Jonte and the Dourbie, all nearby.
The medieval village of Najac is built on a peak overlooking the forested slopes of the Aveyron Valley. This gite, located in a village, has a sunny terrace and a small wooded garden at the back, which will enable you to enjoy the calm and admire the clear view of the château and the traditional roofs. An ideal stopover for discovering the bastides of Rouergue and the Gorges de l'Aveyron!