Gîtes and rentals
On the heights of the north Aveyron, between Aubrac and Viadene, near the family farm, in a house of character with full southern exposure. Unobstructed view of the Argence valley. Nature activities just where you are.
Close to the village of Castelnau Pégayrols, a spacious and comfortable gîte, opposite Millau viaduct, for holidays with family or friends. The owners will show you the farm where dairy sheep are reared for making Roquefort cheese.
5 km from Séverac-le-Chateau and from exit 42 of the A75. By staying at the Gîte du Sapin, you will be able to discover the diversity of Aveyron landscapes. The Causses, occupied since the Neolithic period, are plateaus rich in history where you can enjoy the dolmens, the Templar citadelles and traditional limestone villages.
Near Séverac-le-Château. Discover this gite on the farm adjacent to exceptional sites like the château of Séverac, the Gorges du Tarn or the Millau viaduct. You will have the opportunity to go hiking in the Regional Natural Park of Grands Causses. Relax in this traditional gite on the farm and enjoy the owner's sheep cheese.
Near Séverac-le-Château, in the heart of the Parc des Grands Causses, Blayac is a peaceful and flowery hamlet. This white stone gite with its traditional slate roof reflects the work of men of this region. The bright interior is capped by a vault. The flagstone terrace opens onto the Causse. You will find with your hosts many tips to discover the region.
Above the village of Buzeins: the causses. At its feet: the wide valley of the Aveyron. You will benefit from the views from the vast living room. To discover: the footpaths, the Gorges du Tarn and the Millau viaduct.
Above the village of Buzeins: the causses. At its feet: the wide valley of the Aveyron. You will benefit from the beautiful views from the gîte's living room situated in the former loft of this superb building where the causse stone is a real feature.
In the regional park of the Grands Causses, between the Tarn Vallée and Rougier, the gite is situated on a hillside surrounded by greenery. Further down the hill is the farm where sheep produce milk for the Roquefort cheese production.