For getting back to nature and rediscovering the joys of the countryside, there’s nothing better than a farm visit. Whether it is to understand how a farm functions or to explore an independent producer’s farm, the farms of the Aveyron open their doors to you.
Here you can visit a traditional duck breeder's farm, close to Prévinqières (take the road towards Rignac on leaving the village). Open every day in summer, and by reservation out of season. Group visits by prior apppointment. The visit is accessible by all.
Nestled between the Truyère and the foothills of Carladez, in a preserved nature, the chestnut grove of Chantal and Jean-François Clermont has regained its colours to excite your taste buds with products with plain or sweet flavours (chestnuts, chestnut cream, chestnut flour and liqueur). Take note all gourmets...
Deep in the Jaoul Valley, between Murat Chapel and Roumegous Castle, the Enjalbert family raises free range ducks and geese. Come and enjoy this exceptional place and taste the produce made on the farm, like foie gras, pâtés, confits, fritons, rillettes and home made cassoulet. Visits all year round by prior reservation.
Visits of the farm, explanations about the rearing and agricultural methods used in organic production. Demonstration of force feeding and tasting.
La Roselle is a family business set in the heart of the Ségala, producing cows' milk cheese, aligot and truffade. You can buy direct from the farm every morning and also on the many local markets (see website for details). Open all year round.