Back
Restaurant Le Sent Ginièis,

Restaurant

St-Geniez-d'Olt-et-d'Aubrac

Capacities & Services

Capacity110 Number of seats, 60 Number of seats on the terrace

Languages : FR

Equipments and services

  • Bar / refreshments
  • Car park
  • Closed material storage room
  • Coach parking
  • Pets allowed
  • Plat à emporter
  • Terrace
  • Wifi / Internet

Activities

  • MTB and cycling trail
  • Trekking trail

More

  • Canoe-kayak (0.3 km)
  • Fishing (0.3 km)
  • Horse riding (1 km)
  • Stand Up Paddle (2.5 km)

Opening

opening times

  • Open today at noon, in the evening
  • from 01 january 2022 to 31 december 2022
    Monday : At noon, in the evening
    Thursday : At noon, in the evening
    Wenesday : At noon, in the evening
    Tuesday : At noon
    Friday : At noon, in the evening
    Saturday : At noon, in the evening
    Sunday : At noon


Methods of payment

Carte bancaire - Luncheon voucher - Holiday voucher - Cash - Luncheon voucher

Location

Restaurant Le Sent Ginièis
28 rue de la Tuilière, St-Geniez-d'Olt
12130 St-Geniez-d'Olt-et-d'Aubrac
lat. 44.464355 - lon. 2.973465

Contacts

Establishment


Link to hébergement

To see nearby

Découverte du village de St-Côme d'Olt

Découverte du village de St-Côme d'Olt

St-Côme-d'Olt

15th - 16th century church of Saint Come, belfry, old village centre. Visits of the penitents' chapel. 11th century Romanesque art, curved roof (Philibert style).

Musée Joseph Vaylet - musée du Scaphandre

Musée Joseph Vaylet - musée du Scaphandre

Espalion

The Joseph Vaylat museum of Arts et Traditions Populaires presents a traditional 19th century rourgat interior of a house ("cantou" fireplace, "souillarde" utility room and furniture...) as well as a rich collection of bedside fonts. Numerous objects of daily life from times gone by are presented by theme in an exceptional Gothic setting.

Musée du Rouergue (Moeurs et Coutumes)

Musée du Rouergue (Moeurs et Coutumes)

Espalion

The former prison in Espalion is a beautiful Neo-Classical style building. It holds the collections of the Rouergue Museum relating to habits and customs.

  • share :