See and do
Visit of the mediaeval village: 12th century hydraulic system, Romanesque priory (11-12th century), abbey-church (11-12th century), parish church (11-12th century), ramparts.
Sales and tasting at the "Ferme d'Ardennes" of jams with forgotten flavours: traditional fruit and little known or wild fruit, flower jams, vegetable garden flavours...
Michel, Jérôme, Delphine and Guillaume will be pleased to welcome you and show you their Lacune race sheep farm.
In the château at the heart of the mediaeval village of Saint Beauzély, a collection of more than 5000 objects concerning agricultural crafts, rural life and stone crafts. Reconstruction of a school classroom at the start of the last century. Museum associated with the Museum of the Rouergue.
On the clay-limestone sun-drenched slopes overlooking the Tarn, up and down stream form Millau, the 142 acre vineyard, in bygone years renowned for supplying the Popes of Avignon, is experiencing a real renaissance. The whites associate equal parts of mauzac and chenin grapses, the reds and rosés bring together the freshness of gamay and the power of syrah grapes. To discover: the renowned Domaine BERTAU rosé. An excellent wine to lay down, an agreeable local Aveyron wine and the range of local aperitifs (cartagène, guignolet, vin de noix (nut wine), apéritif à la truffe (truffle aperitif)).
Historical Monument, 15 century church, village listed in the Prettiest Villages in France. With its fortified belltower it is proudly erected below the village, near the Tarn and the Alrance.
140 m² of exhibition with video room and interactive terminals for children. 40 m² of religious art. Sales of local products based on chestnuts.
The Roc Saint-Jean with its belvedere and interpretation path with a stunning view on the Gorges des Raspes du Tarn.
La Maison de la Truffe invites you to an exciting encounter with this mythical mushroom: the truffle! At the end of the free visit, the black diamond will let you discover its secrets...
Let your boatmaster guide you and discover the treasures of our region: fauna, flora, geology, listed village and Viaduct of Millau.
Nestling in an agreeable natural setting away from prying eyes, this priory situated on the route de Mauriac on the edge of Saint Beauzély represents a charming haven of peace. Each year in august the priory holds a concert as part of the Festival de Musiques Sacrées de Sylvanès (Sylvanès religious music festival).
China ceramics, stoneware, one-off items. Technique of mixed earth. White porcelain mixed by turning or stamping with coloured earth by iron oxyde, cobalt or copper. Teapots, bowls, vases, cups, daily use or decorative objects. Free visit.
Aboard the little train (on wheels) you will discover an exceptional ecosystem protected by its inaccessibility. For about 1 hour, the history, the traditions and the local legends will accompany you through fairy tale landscapes.