Bateau Olt, promenade sur le Lot, Aveyron © CD12
Bateau Olt, promenade sur le Lot

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Saint Santin : Le Village double


From spring 2011, discover the history of the village of Saint Santin, village unique in France for its double identity and its unusual history.

Chapelle du St Sépulcre


In the east, halfway between Campagnac and Saint Urbain, stands a chapel, in the past the location of an annual pilgrimage, built in the 18th century on a certainly older part.

Les Terrasses du Haut-Mindic (Vins d'Entraygues - Le Fel)

Le Fel

Tasting and sales at the property. Panorama over the hillside vineyards and the Lot valley.

Maison de la Vigne, du Vin et des Paysages d'Estaing


The Vignerons d'Olt welcome you to the Maison de la Vigne, du Vin et des Paysages d'Estaing (Vineyards, Wine and Landscapes of Estaing) to present to you the smallest AOC (delimited area of superior quality wine) vineyard in France. Discover the world of the Coustoubis, the Estaing wine people!

Atelier du Réquista


Fashion accessories and clothes made of pleated fabric. Harmony in colors and materials is rich and surprising. Feminine and joyfull it's make it very pleasant to wear!

Collections Archéologiques de Girmou


Exhibition: archeological finds from the site of Girmou, agricultural tools and interior of last century.

Réserve Naturelle Régionale du Fel

Le Fel

A real sanctuary of biodiversity, the regional nature reserve "les côteaux du Fel", located in North Aveyron, at the confluence of the Truyère, shelters over more than 80 acres a surprising wealth of animal and vegetal species. It was created in 2011. Walk of 4,5 km long, PR14bis. Parking on the surrounding area of the hamlet du Mas.

Visite de l'entreprise Raynal et Roquelaure


Visit the company Raynal et Roquelaure, enter the world of canned ready meals, discover 135 years of know-how!

Miellerie du Val de Serre


At the heart of the Rouergue, the Miellerie du Val de Serre invites you to discover the marvellous world of bees and the riches of the products from the hives. The business has 350 hives that produce 6 to 7 tonnes of honey per year. Our "Causse du Rouergue", " Monts d'Aubrac" and "Acacia" varieties are mainly retail marketed.

Maitre Confiturier Monique Decanali


Welcome at the Ferme du Sarget. In 1998, Monique and Henri moved to the Ferme du Sarget in Aveyron. Located between Gascogne and Auvergne near the Lot Valley, the ferme du Sarget welcomes you and hopes to treat you to a delicious meal...

Eglise romane de Perse


The Romanesque church of Perse, built between the late 11th century and the start of the 12th. The church of Perse was the parish church of Espalion until the construction in the 15th century of the church Saint-Jean-Baptiste (currently Musées des Arts et Traditions populaires et du Scaphandre) at the centre of the fortified town. The church of Perse was located on one of the roads of Compostelle from Puy-en-Velay to Conques.

Église des Pénitents - Chapelle des Augustins


Dating from the 14th and 15th century, the chapel of the Augustins, called the church of the Penitents, was the annex to the church of Marnhac, too far from the residence of the inhabitants.

Église de Pomayrols


The church of Pomayrols already existed in the 11th century. It is dedicated to St John Baptist

Magasin de l'Abbaye de Bonneval

Le Cayrol

Notre-Dame de Bonneval is a Cistercian abbey in Rouergue, they installed the chocolate factory in 1878, and have been producing the "Chocolats de Bonneval" since. The chocolates of the Abbaye de Bonneval are renowned for the quality of the products used, the careful production and that unique taste that you will appreciate when you sample each product in the range and that has grown over the years.

Découverte du village d'Estaing


Discover the village of Estaing and its history: 15th century Saint Fleuret church, the Gothic bridge and college (early 16th century), the picturesque alley-ways and heritage curiosities. Free selguided-tour map of the village available at the information center. Guided tours on request (from groups of 10 only)

St Geniez d'Olt, la Ville Lumière


It is said that in the late 15th century there lived in St-Geniez a fisherman whose two children had captured a gopher. The little animal ran off scared on a stormy afternoon. The two children ran after it when a violent storm started and immersed the valley in a real deluge. On their return, several houses, including theirs had been washed away. By fleeing the little animal had saved their lives. They were nicknamed "the Marmots". By extension the name was given to all the inhabitants.

Découvert du village de 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).

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