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This typical village is situated to the west of the Ségala. Along with the village center that was once called Douzoule, you can find many hamlets: Bleys, Ayres, Montloubet, La Bessarède, la Fage and Jargalou where the river Jaoul starts.
Hikers won't be bored with the remarkable alternating agricultural and wooded sceneries. At 728 meters high, the Puech of the Goat offers a great panorama of the Segala plateau
The mainly agricultural activity has maintained its wooded fields. Many farms produce the famous “Veau d'Aveyron et du Ségala » and by this, carry on an ancient farming savoir-faire; Something not to miss !
What to see in the village and nearby
On the square, the beautiful building from the XIXth century which was formerly the presbytery was transformed into the Douzoulet, a charming and authentic restaurant/bar.
Nearby, behind the Church and facing the village's school, "The Beer Wardrobe" will welcome you into its artisanal beer production
Many hiking trails enable tourists to discover these varied and wooded landscapes no matter the season
Village de La Capelle-Bleys12240 La Capelle-Bleys lat. 44.294399 - lon. 2.183329
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