Village de Peyre, Aveyron © C. Bousquet - CD12
Village de Peyre

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Visite de la Vieille Ville d'Entraygues pour les enfants

Entraygues-sur-Truyère

Discover the old centre of Entraygues whilst having fun at the same time. Answer questions (games, charades...) and come back and check your answers at the Office de Tourisme. Free documentation from the Office de Tourisme.

Visite libre de Saint Geniez d'Olt

St-Geniez-d'Olt-et-d'Aubrac

We propose an excursion in the 'ville des lumieres' to discover the monuments, mostly dating from the 17th and 18th century, and get to know the life of the inhabitants better.

Oreilles en balade à Peyrusse-le-Roc

Peyrusse-le-Roc

With a helmet on your ears, discover the Aveyron. Let yourself be guided by the stories told and lived by the inhabitants of the village. An activity for everyone or family. Adult version and child version, free.

Visite guidée du village de Najac : A la recherche de l'eau

Najac

Its architectural heritage and its natural environment have enabled Najac to be classed as one of the plus beaux villages de France (most beautiful villages in France), to boast the label of "Pays d'Art et d'Histoire" Town of Art and History and recently the label of "Grands Sites Midi-Pyrénées" with Villefranche de Rouergue.

Association des Bastides du Rouergue (service de l'architecture et du patrimoine)

Villefranche-de-Rouergue

The education service of the Pays d'Art et d'Histoire des Bastides du Rouergue is available to help formulate, put together and carry out your heritage related educational projects.

Visitez Prévinquières

Prévinquières

Visit of the village and heritage of Prévinquières

Village de Marcillac

Marcillac-Vallon

Explore Gramond

Gramond

Walk the streets of this village established in the Ségala plateau during the12th century !

La Capelle Bleys

Rieupeyroux

VISITE DU VILLAGE DE BOURNAZEL

Bournazel

In the 19th century, a traveller arrived in Bournazel and wrote: "From the château to the lake, one doesn't know who, man or mother nature, was the architect, painter or goldsmith to create such a special, charming bucolic setting".

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