Les Brasseurs de la Jonte : Production de bières et limonades artisanales.
The underground river le Bonheur : a strange and unique site. Whim of the nature as we do not know of similar (E. A. MARTEL). After entering by the crevice
The castle, perched upon a promontory, commands the entrance to the Aveyron Valley, a few kilometers from the source.Discover the Middle Age ramparts,
Eglise Notre-Dame des Champs de Mostuéjouls 12 ème Siècle.
Classé Monument Historique
27 km from Millau
Veyreau is the perfect example of a village on the causse, with its stone-roofed houses supported
Dépannage, vente, neufs et occasions et réparation toutes marques.
In the heart of the Gorges de la Jonte in a great frame come to visit the Belvédère des Vautours. One of the nine sites unavoidable of the region.
At 2 km from Rivière sur Tarn
Sheep farming is the main activity of this rural village, which is built on the side of
At 2 km from Boyne
Historical events which took place in this small village, which nestles in the valley of the Trébans,
13 km from Millau
Services : Mini-market, bakery, butcher, farm products, wine production (sold direct from the winery),
Prieuré Saint Jean des Balmes
- Pain Aveyronnais
- Flaune " Faite maison"
- Fouace " Faite maison"
Ouvert à l' année.
The House of the Leather, situated in 13 avenue Jean Jaurès, on a surface of 550 m2, proposes most wide selection of leather clothes for men(people) and
C'est la descente historique des Gorges du Tarn! Au départ du village de la Malene les bateliers vous proposent d'avril a octobre une descente en barque
21 km from Millau
Altitude : 400 m
Population : 77
Shops : at Le Rozier
This village is separated from the village of Le Rozier by the Jonte river
Boat trip on the Tarn, under the Viaduct of Millau, with a Boatman. Discover the Tarn valley and the troglodyte village of Peyre...
This bucolic 9 km trip begins at the medieval village of Creissels
Within its role as a protector of our heritage, the Association Vivre Montmejean is concerned mainly with footpaths and ancient tracks.These were once
18 km from Millau
Two traditional villages situated under the spectacular cliffs of the Causse de Sauveterre. In Mostuéjouls,
À Saint-Chély du Tarn, un des plus beaux villages des Gorges du Tarn, le Moulin de Cénaret est un ancien moulin aménagé en boutique. Autour de la source qui coule à l’intérieur et qui servait à faire
14 km from Millau
This village, with its houses built in terraces on the mountainside, is situated along the Dourbie
Dive into the daily life of peasants of the last century as you stroll through the farm to the architecture typically caussenarde
Amazing medieval fortress built on a rock overlooking the Tarn valley.
23 km from Millau
Alt. : 885 m
Number of inhabitants: 121
Shops : Grocery-smoking, coffee shop.
Alongside of a traditional architecture of caussenarde
At 15 km from Millau
Services : Bakery/cake shop, wine production (sold direct from the winery).
Manufacture of parts of sandstone for use and decoration.
Exhibition of parts directly on site near the shop from april to october.
Open every day
Église Saint Martin de Pinet. Fin X° Siècle
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