“Des Causses à l’Aubrac” est à la croisée de 3 mondes complémentaires et fascinants : le Causse, l’Aubrac et les Vallées du Lot et de l’Aveyron.
Vos escapades champêtres vous mèneront à la découverte de paysages variés et contrastés, de villages chargés d’histoire et d’un riche patrimoine, et des savoir-faire de nos artisans d’art et producteurs.
Notre territoire des Causses à l’Aubrac comblera votre soif de découverte.
Discover the History of that chapel, the exact replica of the Santa Casa de Lorette in Italy. Built in 1651 by the Duke Louis d'Arpajon, a legend surrounds its construction, are you ready to hear it ...
Discover the Domaine des Bourines and its castle, a large agricultural complex with first constructions going back to the 12th century.
Prades d'Aubrac is one of the highest municipalities of the department with Aurelle-Verlac. The church was rebuilt from 1540 to 1546.
The Romanesque church of la Roque Valzergues characterises the village.
The Maison de Jeanne is reputed as being one of the oldest houses in the département of the Aveyron.
This museum in the heart of the village of Saint Laurent d'Olt, holds documents on the works of Jean Boudou, Occitan writer, and sculptures by Lucien Girma. Temporary exhibitions are added each summer.
This gypsy caravan maker is installed on the edge of Sainte Eulalie d'Olt, one of the Plus Beaux Villages de France (most beautiful villages in France).
east of Campagnac the site of la Plancelle provides a spectacular panoramaof the Lot Valley and Aubrac, the villages of Verteilhac and Canilhac in the Lozère.
The Romanesque church of Cambon was often refurbished in the 16th century. It has the particularity of having two clocktowers. The original clocktower is erected at the centre of the crossing. In the 16th century a square clocktower was added, built on the first span of the ship.
A discovery outside the beaten track...Saint Grégoire is a fabulous hamlet, on the flank of the hill and looking out over the Olip valley. While strolling you will discover numerous medieval buildings and you will be surprised by its church and impressive belltower... A must during your holidays in the Aveyron!
Come and discover the particular atmosphere of the 2nd largest livestock market in France.
Sévérac le Château Archaeological Museum: exhibits objects from daily life from the 15th century back to 180 000 years ago: weapons, finery, ceramics, cut and polished stones.
Built around 1735, the church was part of the castle of the famous family of Curières, one of the most powerful ones in the Rouergue.
On the Aire de l'Aveyron at the exit 42 of the A 75, enjoy a stop to discover our small heritage in dry stone. An association of enthusiasts reconstituted a shepherd's hut and tower, a lavagna, walls... to give you a view of the treasures hidden in our countryside and that shape our landscapes.
This museum, open in the summer period (July and August) exhibits in this period works by local artist Marcel BOUDOU and welcomes themed temporary exhibitions notably during the "Rencontres photographiques" (photographic meetings).