Où dormir ?
L’hébergement est en majorité chez l’habitant. Chambres d’hôtes, granges, corps de fermes rénovés, c’est un moment de partage et de convivialité qui vous attend.
Sainte Eulalie , at the bottom of a small valley, on the Causse du Larzac, was the capital of the Knights Templar, 12th century religious soldier. At the heart of the old fortified commandry, two of the rampart towers house a character gîte that respects the sobriety of this superb architecture.
At the foot of the Larzac, in the Parc Naturel Régional des Grands Causses, in Knights Templar and Hospitaler country, you will be welcomed onto the farm where dairy sheep are reared. A rich heritage, superb walks...
In the heart of a small village, on the limits of the Aveyron and the Hérault, this cosy recently renovated gîte welcomes you for pleasant holidays. Roquefort, Millau viaduct, La Couvertoirade... so many unmissable sites to visit close by! What's more, situated in the heart of the Parc Naturel Régional des Grands Causses, nature lovers will be in seventh heaven!
At the edge of the village, each gite of this old barn enjoys a garden which keeps its independence. The interior layout is carefully done and very colourful. An enjoyable holiday in the heart of the Larzac, not far from Roquefort and the Gorges du Tarn.
On the border of the Aveyron and the Hérault, in the Parc Naturel Régional des Grands Causses, the village is on the edge of a cliff of the Larzac plateau, a magnificent viewpoint crossed by the flight of Griffon vultures and other birds of prey. Other "natural" interest: the Guilhaumard plateau covered in orchids in springtime, crossed by the GR71 long distance footpath. And to welcome you, a comfortable gîte with large rooms and pretty coloured lime-plastered walls.
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