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Eglise et Jardin botanique Saint-Xist

Le Clapier

Saint Xist is situated in the commune of Clapier, between this village and that of Fondamente. It's bell-tower completes its elegant architecture and serves as a landmark for the small hamlet nestling at its feet. At he foot of the plateau du Guilhaumard, reputed for its rich flora and fauna, come and discover the Saint Xist botanical garden.

Forgeron du Larzac

Ste-Eulalie-de-Cernon

L'Art du Couteau & Co

La Couvertoirade

Boutique of regional knives.

Ulmir Etc.

Le Clapier

Fromagerie Les Artisous

La Cavalerie

Discover all our Larzac ewe's cheeses

Marché traditionnel

01October

La Cavalerie

Les Gourmandises de l'Aveyron

La Couvertoirade

Give in to the temptation of the delicacies of the Aveyron...

Atelier Métamorphose

La Couvertoirade

Gilles Diruit has installed his workshop in the centre of the Templar village la Couvertoirade twelve years ago. It is there he creates perfume diffusers in tinned metal and brass, in the shape of stoves and little wood and coal cookers.

Produits du terroir Saveurs fermières

Nant

Boutique selling local products.

La Petite Bergerie

Nant

Exhibition of artists. Monumental sculptures in the fields.

Fort cistercien de St-Jean d'Alcas

St-Jean-d'Alcas-et-St-Paul-des-Fonts

The welcome point of Saint-Jean d'Alcas is open from april to november Explore the fortress and let yourself charm by this jewel of cistercian architecture.

Le Sac du Berger

Marnhagues-et-Latour

Presentation of the workshop through the filiation of the "sac du berger" (shepherd's bag) and the pastoral world. Presentation of the skin and leather trades.

GAEC des Traversiers

La Couvertoirade

Pierre and Isabelle welcome you at their farm located at 500 m from the town of La Couvertoirade to sample their products, direct sale of cheeses at the farm (No visits to the farm)

Fromagerie coopérative des Bergers du Larzac

La Cavalerie

A few years ago some men and women have decided to create their own cheese factory to valorise their only wealth: ewe's milk.

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