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Gîte d'étape communal d'Aubrac - La Tour des Anglais


Aubrac, 'Alto Braco' in an old local patois, meaning 'the high place' is located on the Aubrac Plateau at 4422 feet altitude. The village, a very rich place historically speaking, is listed as a Historic Monument and is a stop-over on the Way of St. James. The stop-over gîte is hidding in a tower dating from the 14th century, built as a protection against the English during the Hundred Years War.

Eglise de Ste Geneviève sur Argence


Ancient church with 2 twin naves separated by round pillars, demolished at the end of the 14th century. One sees the remains between the chapelle de Thénières and the presbytery.

Tour templière de La Clau


The 14th century tower of the Templar commandery of La Clau. Fortified the place became a Templar commandery in the 13th century, of which the castle tower, repaired in 1681 remains. Outdoor visit free throughout the year (explanatory panel)

Église de Saint-Victor et fresques de Nicolaï Greschny


In the village of Saint Victor, you will find the "Sistine chapel of the Rouergue". Here Nicolaï Geschny unveils his treasure. 25 frescos painted in the Byzantine tradition.

Église de la Capelle Bonance

La Capelle-Bonance

The church of la Capelle Bonance dominates the village, nested in the valley between Lot and Serre.



Chapelle Notre-Dame de Treize Pierres


Place of legends. Important centre of local religious history. Artistic monument.

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.

Eglise romane Saint-Paul de Salles-la-Source


In downtown Salles-la-Source, the Romanesque church Saint-Paul, listed Historical Monument opens its doors to you.

Eglise romane Saint-Blaise de Clairvaux


At the centre of the medieval village of Clairvaux, this is the Romanesque church of Saint-Blaise, listed Historic Monument.

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.

Moulin du Barry-Haut


Hydraulic flour watermill on the Riou Viou.

Église de St Saturnin de Lenne


The primitive church of St Saturnin de Lenne, that overlooks the Serre valley, dates from the 11th century. It was then rebuilt in the 12th century, then expanded in the 13th century.

Église de La Roque-Valzergues


The Romanesque church of la Roque Valzergues characterises the village.

Église de Malescombes


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.

Chapelle Emilie de Rodat


Pont du Diable


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