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Espinet - 15150 Saint-Gérons
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Languages spoken:French, English
Latitude:44.9354198 ( N 44° 56’ 8” )
Longitude:2.2292326 ( E 2° 13’ 45” )

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In July, the Feast of Peasant Farming organized by the Confederation paysanne is held in Espinet, municipality of Saint-Gérons. On the program of this festive and friendly event dedicated to the whole family: bird discovery, farm visits, musical aperitif, farmers' and artisans' market, cows' treats, but also an empty barn.

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The biggest artificial lake in Auvergne!

Lake Saint-Étienne-Cantalès is the biggest artificial lake in Auvergne, providing a reservoir for the waters of the Cère thanks to the dam of the same name, in the municipalities of Saint-Gérons and Saint-Étienne-Cantalès. Covering 562 hectares, its shores are varied in appearance: jagged and steep in places, sandy or rocky. There are peninsulas, two of which, the Rénac and Espinet peninsulas, are connected by a 124-metre-long rope bridge.

The well-stocked Lake Saint-Étienne-Cantalès is a popular fishing destination. It was one of the first places in France to offer vertical fishing for zander, and is a refuge for several types of predatory fish.

The lake's wooded, hilly surroundings offer visitors a haven of peace and tranquillity for country walks. Thanks to the landscaped beaches and leisure centres, they can also enjoy water sports: swimming, pedalo, windsurfing, canoeing, catamaran, stand up paddle and more.

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8 km from Aurillac, an elegant medieval castle with a flagstone roof overlooking a meander of the Cère
04 71 63 50 27

A Historic Monument in Arpajon-sur-Cère in Cantal, Conros Castle is an elegant medieval residence that was remodelled in Renaissance times, and is perched on a rocky spur overlooking a meander of the Cère. Inhabited since 1130, it includes an imposing keep, two round towers (one with machicolations) and a main building.

Featuring a permanent exhibition about perfume, Conros Castle is also home to the Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions in the Cère Valley. Based in the old kitchens, it tells the story of the rural world in the 19th century.

Beneath its impressive flagstone roof, one of the biggest in Cantal, it also has a lovely vaulted arms room, immense fireplaces, a Renaissance staircase, and a chapel containing a Merovingian sarcophagus in white marble, discovered in Arpajon-sur-Cère in 1988.

An ideal place for a stroll, the romantic park surrounding the castle is adorned with sweet-smelling plants and features some remarkable trees: Virginian tulip tree, cedars and even a beech tree over a hundred years old!

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A town with a rich heritage nestling at the foot of the Mounts of Cantal

The former capital of Haute-Auvergne, Aurillac's origins date back to Gallo-Roman times and the town nestles at the foot of the Mounts of Cantal, on the banks of the Jordanne. This small Cantal river brings a very special charm to the town, especially in the Pont Rouge area, where you can enjoy a lovely view of the picturesque old houses by the water.

The thousand-year-old town of Aurillac boasts a rich architectural heritage. There is a historical circuit which you can follow to see the old town's attractions: the Abbey Church of St. Gerald, the remains of an old Benedictine abbey, the Romanesque façade of the Abbey Hospital of St. Gerald with its arcades and small columns, the Renaissance-style Consuls' Mansion, featuring mullioned windows and sculptures, Aurinques Chapel, built during the reign of Henry IV in the 16th century, or the famous Place du Square, an ideal place to take a stroll and unwind, can all be admired along the way.

Near the agreeable Carmes Garden, you can visit the Museum of Art and Archaeology. Based in the old 17th-century Visitandines Convent, as well as its archaeology and fine art collections, it contains a reconstruction of a traditional Cantal interior, a contemporary photographic archive, and a space devoted to the local umbrella industry.

Next, head towards the heights of the town to discover the medieval Saint-Étienne Castle and its Volcano Museum, a fascinating site about the volcanic history of Cantal and the mysteries of Planet Earth, featuring a permanent collection of rocks, minerals and taxidermy. After the visit, don't hesitate to pay a visit to the pretty park downhill from the castle, where you will have a lovely view of the town!

When it comes to events, if you like street arts, don't miss the international street theatre festival, which livens up the town for 4 days in late August.

If you are looking for a souvenir to take home, don't miss the chance to acquire an umbrella, Aurillac's most famous product, which has conquered the luxury goods industry and is exported all over the world!

The beginning of the Ridge Route (Route des Crêtes) begins at the exit from the town. This is a very beautiful itinerary which you can travel along by car, motorbike or bicycle, to enjoy stunning views over the Mounts of Cantal…

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Aurillac, the historic umbrella capital, produces over half of all France's umbrellas

If you own an "Aurillac", the authentic umbrella made in the factories of the town of Aurillac, then you've chosen a high-quality product made using age-old skills.

Founded in 1884, Maison Piganiol has been "Living Heritage Enterprise" certified since 2009 and is one of the oldest umbrella factories. In 1997, the local manufacturers formed an economic interest grouping in order to create the "L'Aurillac Parapluie" label.

In Aurillac, the umbrellas are made following a semi-artisanal method. From cutting to assembly and finishing touches, all the technical steps in the manufacturing process contribute to creating an exceptional product, sought after by luxury stores and exported all over the world.

From "essentials" to men's and women's umbrellas, from collections by colour to shepherd's umbrellas and folding designs, Aurillac umbrellas have earned a reputation for excellence which continues to help raise the profile of Haute-Auvergne's capital.

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Superb panoramic views of the Cère gorges!

In peaceful, unspoilt countryside on the borders of Corrèze, Cantal and Lot, you can enjoy a very beautiful panorama from the Painter's Rock belvedere in the municipality of Camps-Saint-Mathurin-Léobazel. From there you can enjoy wonderful views of the green Cère gorges. Picnic tables and benches opposite the panorama help to make it an extremely pleasant place to stop!

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An impressive medieval site perched on a rocky overhang, at the heart of the Maronne gorges
05 55 28 22 31

Perched proudly on a rocky overhang 30 metres above a meander of the Maronne, the majestic and spectacular town of Merle reveals itself amid the green forests of Xaintrie. Nestling in a wild and unspoilt setting not far from the village of Saint-Geniez-ô-Merle, this gem of medieval architecture really has plenty to keep lovers of old buildings happy.

The remains of old fortified houses erected between the 11th and 15th century by several families of lords, the Towers of Merle are now a listed Historic Monument and form a most impressive castrum!

Open to visitors from April to November, the fortress town will take you back to the Middle Ages, surrounded by countryside, on a craggy site where the Lords of Merle, Veyrac, Carbonnières and Pesteils used to live. As you explore the area, you can of course discover the fortified square and its superb viewpoints, but also visit a reconstructed peasant farm, a medieval garden and a pleasant park planted with fruit trees. In the reception village, within the Madège house, a scale model of the castrum awaits you, as well as an exhibition about the history of this amazing medieval city.

In July and August, nocturnal guided tours, fun tours, creative workshops for children, nature walks and medieval activities such as knight shows, equestrian performances, falconry, archery and forge demonstrations, are all on offer to visitors.

Opening times:

Monday: 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Tuesday: 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Wednesday: 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Thursday: 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Friday: 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Saturday: 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Sunday: 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM

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In a beautiful Cantal village, a medieval fortress built by a companion of Joan of Arc
6010 Le Bourg, Tournemire
04 71 47 61 67

Halfway between Aurillac and Salers, in the Cantal village of Tournemire, in a charming little locality with lava stone houses that's listed among the most beautiful villages of France, walkers can admire a 15th-century fortress built by a companion of Joan of Arc.

Very well-preserved and located on a rocky promontory, in a beautiful green environment, the medieval castle of Anjony has been inhabited by the same family since it was built. It consists of an impressive keep flanked by four round towers with pepper box roofs. Visitors enter through one of the towers, into a vaulted reception room, formerly a cellar where supplies were stored.

The lavishly furnished castle has a chapel decorated with magnificent 16th-century religious frescoes depicting the life of Christ, as well as an exceptional collection of secular frescoes in the Knights' Room. In the Arms Room, a large tapestry of the Emperor Justinian's triumph is on display, with the Emperor depicted in the likeness of Louis XIII. At the top of the keep, there is a superb view of the Doire Valley through the wall walk's arrow slits! The tour of the fortress, which is open from February to mid-November, takes the form of a guided trail and lasts around an hour.

Opening times:

Monday: 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Tuesday: Fermé
Wednesday: 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Thursday: 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Friday: 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Saturday: 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Sunday: 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM

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An unspoilt spot popular with fishing fans

Located in Cantal, not far from Corrèze, in the municipalities of Pleaux and Arnac, this lovely artificial lake created along with the first dam on the River Maronne covers 410 hectares.

A paradise for fishing fans, Lake Enchanet also appeals to lovers of swimming and water sports, thanks to its landscaped beaches surrounded by beautiful greenery, including a campsite and a holiday village for waterside breaks!

Surrounded by spruce trees, this unspoilt Natura 2000-listed site is also ideal for horse rides and hikes in the Maronne gorges next to the lake.

At Lake Enchanet, a 2nd category fishing lake, the fishing season lasts all year and all techniques are allowed. Predatory fish and white fish are plentiful, to the delight of amateur fishermen!

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This lovely natural area in South-West Cantal is named after the bread tree

In the south-west of the department of Cantal lies a natural region with hilly, rural landscapes dotted with fields and woods: welcome to the Cantal chestnut forest (Châtaigneraie cantalienne), thus named because of its chestnut production! This peaceful, green territory is a backdrop for several medieval villages like Marcolès, Montsalvy and Maurs la Jolie.

At the heart of the Auvergne chestnut forest, Marcolès is a pleasant, characterful little town with picturesque cobbled streets, where visitors can admire the granite houses on the old rampart, the two town gates, houses with mullioned windows and the Meridional Gothic Church of St. Martin.

In Montsalvy, whose origins date back to the 11th century, some beautiful architectural heritage awaits you: medieval porches, a castle flanked by a 15th-century tower, the Abbey Church of Our Lady of the Assumption and its St. Gausbert cloister, the monks' old refectory… At the northern exit from the village, on the road to Aurillac, be sure to stop by the Puy de l'Arbre, 825 metres above sea level. The highest point in the Cantal chestnut forest, it has an orientation table and offers superb views over the Mounts of Cantal, Aubrac and the Aurillac basin.

In Maurs la Jolie, the little Nice of Cantal, the 14th-century Gothic abbey church houses a masterpiece of the goldsmith's art, the bust reliquary of St. Caesar from the 12th century, as well as some fine wooden statues and carved stalls from the 15th and 16th centuries.

To find out all about the region's famous nut, head to the House of Chestnuts in Mourjou, a fascinating eco-museum where the entire history of the Cantal chestnut forest and its emblematic tree will be revealed to you. In the landscaped outdoor spaces around the old farm building, you can discover chestnut orchards, a kitchen garden and a garden of aromatic plants.

Lastly, families with children won't want to miss Deer Valley (Vallée des Daims), a 30-hectare animal park in Cols, in the municipality of Junhac, about thirty kilometres south of Aurillac. A 2-kilometre circuit, along which you can walk or ride in a little train, will reveal the world of deer to you.

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The beautiful Mercadial square, the old houses, the Saint-Laurent towers

The medieval town of Saint-Céré has successfully preserved its architectural heritage, with its old houses, its mansions and its beautiful Mercadial square featuring a fountain and surrounded by beautiful timber-framed stone residences. The River Bave, which crosses the city, bring an additional charm to the place. Near the old town of Saint-Céré stand the towers of Saint-Laurent, remains of the former castle of the Turenne viscounts. Saint-Laurent-les-Tours boasts today the Jean Lurçat workshop museum, a place entirely devoted to the works of the artist, from tapestry to cartoons through painting.

In July and August, the city of Saint-Céré hosts a classical and operatic music festival.

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A magnificent medieval castle towering majestically over the Cère Valley
04 71 47 40 03

In Polminhac in Cantal, a department of France that has many fortresses and medieval castles, stands the magnificent Pesteils Castle, perched on a craggy rock towering majestically over the Cère Valley. Built in the 13th century then remodelled in the 17th and 19th centuries, it is now a listed Historic Monument.

A remarkable reminder of the medieval era, the imposing keep standing 40 metres tall, whose five floors are served by a spiral staircase, features a wall walk with machicolations. In the vaulted room on the second floor are the 15th-century murals depicting "the four heroes of Antiquity" and "the master and his pupil".

In the main building, the bedrooms with 17th-century painted ceilings, as well as the main drawing room adorned with tapestries, furniture and paintings, remind us that the fortress was later converted into a holiday residence. Also worth a look are the beautiful kitchens from the early 20th century, typical of the Auvergne area.

At the foot of the keep, from the castle gardens, you can enjoy superb views of the Cère Valley and the Mounts of Cantal!

In July-August, Pesteils Castle offers fancy dress activities for children, candlelit night-time tours and historical playlets in period costume. Incidentally, it was the location for scenes in Jean Cocteau's film The Eternal Return in 1942.

Opening times:

Monday: 10:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM – 07:00 PM

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A discovery trail at the heart of an unspoilt site

A land of volcanoes that's ideal for hiking and outdoor activities, Cantal has many natural attractions. In the municipality of Saint-Cirgues-de-Jordanne, twenty minutes or so from Aurillac, you can explore the unspoilt and steep-sided Jordanne gorges, from early June to late September.

In exchange for an admission fee, you can walk along a landscaped trail of 4 kilometres there and back, all the way from the bottom of the gorges to the ledges, and from one bank to the other via bridges and walkways. Braver visitors can try the thrill trail, and cross the river by ziplines, rope bridges and via ferrata!

Popular with budding adventurers, this lovely circuit can be completed in 2h30 and is dotted with fun information points about wildlife and plants.

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Its terrace offers panoramic view over the Mounts of Cantal!
04 71 69 00 20

Located in the municipality of Ally, 10 kilometres from Mauriac and 17 kilometres from Salers, La Vigne Castle, with its French formal garden and panoramic views of the Mounts of Cantal, welcomes you for a guided tour or a stay in one of its guest rooms.

With its flagstone roofs, this beautiful 15th-century Auvergne building, featuring pepper box turrets and a wall walk on machicolations, is a superb example of medieval architecture.

The main staircase, made of volcanic tuff, leads to the castle's main rooms: the Courtroom with its 16th-century murals; the Troubadour room with its caisson ceiling, colourful stained glass windows and secret door; drawing room with wood panelling from the 18th century; dining room with its majestic dresser standing 5 metres tall; and Gothic chapel with its 15th-century paintings.

Youngsters are sure to love the unusual collection of 4,000 miniature cars and vintage toys, another of 1,000 dolls, and one of over 150 model aeroplanes.

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At the heart of the Cère Valley, a former spa resort that was once under the authority of the Princes of Monaco

Also known as Vic en Carladez, this former spa resort in Cantal was once under the authority of the Grimaldi Princes of Monaco. It lies at the heart of the green Cère Valley, in the Auvergne Volcanoes Regional Nature Park.

Lava stone and flagstone roofs appear in all the housing in the old town of Vic-sur-Cère, which has preserved some picturesque and elegant homes: the 16th-century House of the Princes of Monaco, featuring a pepper box turret; the 17th-century Dejou House, formerly a coaching inn then a presbytery; the Coffinhal House and its square tower; the so-called Queen Margot House, an old 15th-century fortress… Destroyed several times over the years, the 11th-century Church of St. Peter nowadays has a style combining Romanesque and Gothic.

The spring, around which the spa resort was built, flows freely at the Mineral Water Museum and beneath the bandstand in the neighbouring park.

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Medieval town with a rich heritage

City of Art and History, Figeac is also a delightful medieval town. With a rich heritage, the old town is a lovely place for a stroll. The picturesque narrow streets lined by mansions with carved facades and timber-framed stone residences will definitely delight walkers. An essential place to visit on a trip round the historic centre, the beautiful Ecritures (Writings) square is home to the black granite contemporary artwork of Joseph Kosuth representing an immense reproduction of the Rosetta Stone. For all those wishing to know more about writing, the Champollion museum offers a rich exhibition about the famous hieroglyphs decoder Jean-François Champollion, as well as the history of writing. The visit of Figeac continues with the ancient Monnaie mansion. This magnificent medieval residence of the 13th century is home to the Old Figeac museum, which allows to better know the history of the city through its mineral and coin collections. Finally, to take advantage of a beautiful panoramic view of the medieval town, take the direction of the viewpoint situated near the Notre-Dame-du-Puy church. From there, the view of the roofs of the old town is splendid!

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A listed Historic Monument, the Mauriac Basilica is the biggest Romanesque building in Cantal!
Rue Notre Dame, Mauriac
04 71 67 30 26

A remarkable example of Romanesque art in Haute-Auvergne, the Basilica of Our Lady of Miracles in Mauriac, built from red and grey-coloured volcanic stones, is the biggest Romanesque building in Cantal! A major pilgrimage destination since the Middle Ages, this beautiful 12th-century church has a famous Black Madonna above its high altar. Each year, the statue is taken on a procession through the streets of the town.

A listed Historic Monument, the basilica contains other gems like a 16th-century statue of the Madonna with a bird, a carved polychrome Romanesque baptismal font, an 18th-century lectern with eagle, and a Baroque pulpit. Also take the time to admire its west portal, guarded by two lions, with its carved tympanum depicting the Ascension of Christ, and its chevet decorated with modillions.

Other sights to see in Mauriac are the Monastery of St. Peter, said to have been founded by Clovis' daughter in the 6th century. Many times converted, it retains an 11th-century chapter house featuring Gallo-Roman columns, and a cloister whose East gallery displays Romaneque and Gothic features.

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Enjoy stunning views over the Mounts of Cantal from this heart-shaped basalt platform…

From Ronesque Rock in Cantal, visitors can gaze upon the whole of Carladès, as well as Aubrac and the Renaissance castle of Messilhac, overlooking the Goul Valley. Access is by a small path starting at the hamlet of Ronesque, five kilometres south of the town of Cros-de-Ronesque.

This heart-shaped basaltic table is formed by inverted relief, which created a plateau from an old lava flow. A small Neo-Romanesque church dedicated to St. James, open on summer afternoons, stands on top of the rock.

Accessible by car, the site has two orientation tables where you can enjoy superb views of the Mounts of Cantal and Aubrac!

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A superb medieval village in Haute-Auvergne

Above the Maronne Valley, in the Auvergne Volcanoes Regional Nature Park, lies Salers, once a magnificent medieval town and now listed among the most beautiful villages of France.

In the Middle Ages, the locality was protected by a rampart, as evidenced by the Belfry Gate and the Martille Gate, the only remaining parts of it. The 15th-century belfry, which was one of the four entrances to the city and is also known as the Clocktower, now overlooks a shopping street. At the end of the 15th century, Salers acquired the status of administrative centre of the Hautes-Montagnes d'Auvergne bailiwick. Bourgeois families settled there and had some beautiful buildings with turrets erected: the Bargues House, with its finely carved lava stone balcony; the Commander of Mossier's Renaissance house, known as the Templars' House, with its Gothic gallery and symbolic sculptures, which houses the Museum of Salers History and Popular Traditions; the La Ronade House, whose foundations date back to the 13th century; the Flogeac House and its turret with cut-off corners; the so-called Bailiwick House and its two corbelled towers; the Blaud-Lacombe House, the Bertrandy House or the so-called Templars' House… The civil architecture is characterised by black volcanic stone buildings, with flagstone roofs. Place Tyssandier-d'Escous looks like a real picture postcard, lined with Renaissance homes in the Haute-Auvergne style!

Salers also has a rich religious heritage: the Church of St. Matthew, a listed Historic Monument, contains some beautiful Aubusson tapestries from the 17th century, as well as a polychrome statue of the Burial of Jesus dating from 1495.

Not far from there, from the Barrouze esplanade, visitors will appreciate the magnificent views of the Mounts of Cantal, as well as the Maronne, Rat and Aspre valleys!

In the surrounding area, towards the Pas de Peyrol, be sure to stop by the Chapel of Our Lady of Loreto. A place of pilgrimage, the Neo-Byzantine building dates back to the 19th century.

Salers has a breed of cow named after it, the emblem of the region. It is also home to the famous Salers cheese: both are celebrated on Cow and Cheese Day in August. There is also a visitor attraction dedicated to the famous cheese: Les Burons du Salers, 3 kilometres from the village, on the Puy Mary road, where you can not only taste Salers cheese but also sample the Salers aperitif, made from gentian roots.

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Its abbey church is a masterpiece of Romanesque art!

Famous for its Romanesque abbey church, a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site as part of the Way of St James, the village of Conques in Aveyron is well worth a visit for a number of reasons. An important stopping-place for pilgrims on their way to Santiago de Compostela, Conques is also an unmissable destination for all lovers of architectural heritage.

A listed Historic Monument, the Abbey Church of St Foy, built in the 11th and 12th centuries, is a masterpiece of Romanesque art with its western door. This sculpted gem has a tympanum adorned with 124 figures illustrating the Last Judgment. Inside the building, the contemporary stained glass windows are the work of the Aveyron artist Pierre Soulages. Another wonder to behold is the treasure of medieval goldsmithery, the undisputed centrepiece being the Majesty of St Foy, a reliquary statue from the 10th century made of yew wood covered in gold and silver panels! Continue your tour with a look at the Romanesque cloister, with its geminated bays and serpentine central basin, and then lose yourself in the wonderful maze of paved side streets dotted with old houses... A delightful walk that will take you back to the medieval era!

Before you leave Conques, don't forget the site of Le Bancarel, where you can enjoy a superb panoramic view of the abbey church towers and the village's thackstone roofs, which blend in harmoniously with their verdant setting...

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A spectacular natural cave
Le Gouffre, Padirac
05 65 33 64 56

Natural cavern of 33 metres in diameter and 75 metres deep, the Padirac chasm located on the Gramat Limestone plateau, formed when the roof collapsed. In the heart of this cavity, 103 metres below ground to be precise, flows a underground river. Visitors descend 75 metres via a lift or staircase and go to the end of a gallery where they board boats for the first leg of the guided tour by river. 500 metres further, the visitors continue the circuit on foot through a series of beautiful rooms: the Salle du Lac de la Pluie (Rain Lake) and the pendant-like Pendeloque (giant stalactite), the Salle des Grands Gours with a lake, and then the Salle du Grand Dôme with its impressive 94-metre-high ceiling. All these natural formations are awe-inspiring.

Opening times:

Monday: 09:00 AM – 04:30 PM
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 04:30 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 04:30 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 04:30 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 04:30 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 04:30 PM
Sunday: 09:00 AM – 04:30 PM

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On the Puy Mary road, an authentic place devoted to cheese and gentian

Lovers of regional gastronomy visiting Auvergne must be sure to stop by Les Burons de Salers, an old farm overlooking the Maronne Valley, three kilometres from the medieval town of Salers, on the Puy Mary road.

Two "burons", small stone buildings with flagstone roofs, typical of the Mounts of Cantal, have been identically rebuilt to house the Centres for Cheese, the Salers Cow and Salers Gentian. Guided tours of these attractions dedicated to Cantal's traditional specialities await you, along with tastings of Salers cheese and gentian root liqueur.

Don't miss a chance to enjoy the traditional "shepherd's meal" ("repas du buronnier"), available from May to September (booking required): enjoy a truffade lunch while admiring a uniquely stunning view of the Mounts of Cantal!

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Its phonolite cone makes it one of the massif's most iconic mountains

Located in the Auvergne Volcanoes Regional Nature Park, at the heart of Europe's biggest stratovolcano, the Puy Griou can be recognised from afar thanks to its cone made of phonolite, a type of stone that has the particularity of ringing when struck! This iconic mountain in the Cantal Massif appeared around 6 million years ago, and its highest point is 1,690 metres above sea level, towering majestically over the Cirque of Mandailles and the Cère Valley.

Very popular with walkers, the Puy Griou can be explored on a 4-hour walking circuit starting from the Font de Cère pass near the resort of Le Lioran. Alternatively, you can leave from the hamlet of Les Chazes for a 2h45 walk, or from Saint-Jacques-des-Blats for a 4h15 walk. Although the final part of the ascent can be challenging and is not recommended for vertigo sufferers, there is a great reward for this athletic effort: from the top of the Puy Griou, hikers are treated to a magnificent panoramic view of the Puy Mary, the Plomb du Cantal and the Cère and Jordanne valleys!

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An exceptional natural site, Natura 2000 listed

From Ruynes-en-Margeride in south-east Cantal all the way to Entraygues-sur-Truyère in north-east Aveyron, the River Truyère winds its way among beautiful, unspoilt green landscapes. On its well-preserved banks are the magnificent Truyère gorges, a remarkable natural site carved out by the river with the passing of the years.

Located south of Saint-Flour, these spectacular gorges contain three dam lakes: Grandval, Lanau and Sarrans. You can also access them from the Garabit Viaduct, designed by Gustave Eiffel, which is also a starting point for boat trips in the gorges.

The Natura 2000-listed Truyère gorges are the place to enjoy many water activities: fishing, swimming, canoe, catamaran, sailing dinghy, windsurfing, stand up paddle… Near the famous viaduct, Garabit water sports centre rents out boats and jet-skis for power boating. The Mallet centre offers sailing, kayak, rowing and supervised bathing in July-August. At Lake Lanau, dragon boats and rabaskas await visiting adventurers!

A tourist trail of around sixty kilometres starting from Saint-Flour also enables visitors to discover the region's historical heritage: Chassan Castle in Faverolles, an elegant house in the Classical style built in the 18th century on the site of a medieval castle, of which some ruins remain, and the remarkable site of Alleuze Castle, where the ruins of an old 14th-century fortress appear perched on a rocky peak.

Ramblers will be delighted by the many hikes available, dotted with plant and wildlife-spotting opportunities. Stunning landscapes can be admired from belvederes like the Mallet belvedere, with its superb views of the gorges and Lake Grandval. There is also a very beautiful view of the woodland environment from Tréboul suspension bridge, the first version of which was due to the English and is a listed Historic Monument. But to enjoy the view from the old 14th-century stone bridge, you will need to wait until the Sarrans lake dam is next emptied, as the old bridge is now totally submerged!

The exploration continues on the north side of Aveyron, in Carladez, between the Sarrans dam and the Couesques dam, not far from Entraygues-sur-Truyère, where the Truyère's winding gorges continue to unfurl. An extremely green natural area dotted with wonderful sights to see, like the feudal castle of Valon - in the municipality of Lacroix-Barrez - which towers proudly over the gorges from its hillside location, and viewpoints over the gentle meanders of the Truyère…

Tourist site
The biggest winter sports resort in the Massif Central

A mid-mountain resort for Alpine and cross-country skiing, Le Lioran is located in the Laveissière municipality, amid the Mounts of Cantal in the Auvergne Volcanoes Regional Nature Park. Covering 150 hectares, Le Lioran is the biggest ski area in the Massif Central, and its pistes among the pines are suitable for all levels of skiing ability.

A really family-friendly resort, Le Lioran offers many outdoor activities during the winter season: cross-country skiing on its 75 kilometres of trails, Alpine skiing on its 44 slopes, snowshoe hikes, dog sled rides, skijoring, luge, skating rink, ice climbing…

In summer, snow activities make way for hiking, offering a chance to look at the flora and fauna, along with mountain biking, tennis, mini-golf and Alpine coaster rides.

A cable car departing from the resort will take you close to the top of the Plomb du Cantal in 10 minutes. Once you are up there, a path will lead you to the highest point of the Mounts of Cantal in twenty minutes or so, for stunning views over the Massif Central peaks.

Point of interest: the resort has a balneotherapy centre with a full range of relaxation and fitness equipment.

Tourist site
In the Auvergne Volcanoes Park, a glacial cirque containing a beech and pine forest

A land of great expanses, Cantal still bears the traces of the volcanic episodes and glacier erosion that shaped the Auvergne landscape. Some remarkable glacial cirques fan out from the majestic mountain peaks of the Cantal Massif, their slopes covered in forests. The Cirque of Le Falgoux, at the top of the Mars Valley, is a magnificent natural site at the foot of Puy Mary. Containing a beech and pine forest covering 730 hectares, the Cirque of Le Falgoux is dominated by imposing rocks: the Taillade Rock (1,654 m), Hozières Rock (1,614 m), Ombres Rock (1,633 m), etc.

Located at the heart of the Auvergne Volcanoes Regional Nature Park, the site is particularly well-suited to hiking in fine weather, including a superb 39 km walk around the edge of the cirque. It's also an ideal place to watch wildlife. Winter is the time for cross-country skiing and snowshoe hiking in its Nordic sports area. You can hire equipment at the starting point for the 32 kilometres of marked pistes for skating and alternate, and the two designated snowshoe walking trails.

Tourist site
The Cantal Massif, Europe's largest stratovolcano, paradise for hikers and nature-lovers

An unspoilt territory covering 2,700 km², forming one of the five regions of the Auvergne Volcanoes Regional Nature Park, the natural site of the Mounts of Cantal is Europe's biggest stratovolcano! This circle with a diameter of around 80 kilometres appeared around 13 million years ago, and occupies most of the department of Cantal.

The erosion of ancient glaciers created twenty or so valleys stretching around its culminating points: the Plomb du Cantal, the highest peak in the Mounts of Cantal, at 1,855 metres in altitude; the Puy de Peyre-Arse (1,806 m); Puy Mary, a Great Site of France (1,783 m), Puy Chavaroche (1,739 m); Puy Griou (1,690 m) etc.

A hiker's paradise, the Mounts of Cantal make up an extraordinary territory of green landscapes surrounding typical buildings, often made of volcanic stone with slate roofs, a characteristic of the region.

There are countless walking opportunities on the ridges and peaks, or on the slopes of the old volcano, among the beech and pine trees, for all ages and all levels. 140 kilometres long and ranging in altitude from 750 to 1,855 metres, the GR 400 takes you around the Cantal volcano in around 8 days. For a shorter hike, there are routes of 20 to 45 kilometres for ramblers to enjoy.

A climb up the Puy Mary, starting from the Pas de Peyrol, the highest road pass in the Massif Central, or up the Plomb du Cantal or Puy Griou, will lead you to splendid views! From these peaks, hikers can survey the planèzes, basalt plateaus that formed during volcanic eruptions.

In winter, you can go skiing on the slopes of the Cantal Massif, at the resort of Le Lioran, which offers all snow sports, from downhill skiing to snowshoe hiking through cross-country skiing and dog sled rides. At the foot of the Puy Mary, starting from the Serre or Lascourt pass, some fifty kilometres of marked and secured cross-country skiing and snowshoe pistes await winter sports fans.

The Mounts of Cantal are also a refuge for a variety of plants and animals, including mountain species like chamois, mouflon and marmot.

Tourist site
Easily accessible, its summit offers amazing views of Auvergne!

Located in the Cantal massif, at the heart of Europe's biggest stratovolcano, the Puy Mary is one of the highest points in Cantal at 1,780 metres in altitude. Seven glacial valleys surround its summit in a star pattern: the Aspre, Bertrande, Impradine, Jordanne, Santoire, Maronne, Mars and La Petite Rhue.

Part of an old, dormant volcano with a diameter of nearly 80 kilometres, the iconic and majestic Puy Mary is a protected site, certified a Great Site of France since 2012. Its summit is accessible from the Pas de Peyrol, the highest road pass in the Massif Central. Before making your ascent, you can visit the Pas de Peyrol Site House, open from May to the end of October, which tells the story of the volcano's formation through an audiovisual show.

Starting at the pass, a landscaped path will lead you to the top in about forty minutes: from the orientation table, the 360° view of Auvergne is amazing, and in fine weather, you can even see Mont-Blanc!

Located right at the heart of the Auvergne Volcanoes Regional Nature Park, the Puy Mary, with its distinctive pyramid shape, is ideal for outdoor activities. As well as walking, you will be able to go cycle touring, mountain biking, horse or donkey-riding, paragliding or fishing in the massif's lakes. In the winter, you can enjoy cross-country skiing and snowshoe walking in the Haut Cantal Nordic ski area.

Tourist site
Welcome to the second highest peak in the Massif Central, with stunning scenery

The highest point in the Cantal Massif and the second highest peak in the Massif Central after the Puy de Sancy, the Plomb du Cantal stands at a height of 1,855 metres. Formed 2.9 million years ago, its peak is characterised by a small basalt mound where a lava lake used to be.

To gaze upon the stunning landscapes from this Natura 2000-listed site, you take a 10-minute journey by cable car from the resort of Le Lioran, then follow a path including steps for around twenty minutes. Once you reach the top, there is a spectacular view from the two orientation tables over the Mounts of Cantal, the Cère Valley, the Mounts of Forez, the Cézallier, Margeride, Aubrac, the Mounts of Dore and the Chaîne des Puys!

Sportier visitors can attempt the ascent on foot from the resort of Le Lioran via the GR4 (4h return trip), or on the other slope, on the Prat de Bouc side (3h return trip). The site is also accessible to mountain bikes, from the Prat de Bouc pass, and to paragliders.

Nature-lovers will not only be thrilled by the abundant wildlife, ranging from marmots to mouflons through chamois and birds of prey, but also by the remarkable plant life: mountain arnica, spring gentian, Geum montanum, Bartsia alpina...

Lake Saint-Étienne-Cantalès
The biggest artificial lake in Auvergne!
Conros Castle
8 km from Aurillac, an elegant medieval castle with a flagstone roof overlooking a meander of the Cère
Aurillac
A town with a rich heritage nestling at the foot of the Mounts of Cantal
The Aurillac umbrella
Aurillac, the historic umbrella capital, produces over half of all France's umbrellas
The site of the Painter's Rock
Superb panoramic views of the Cère gorges!
The Towers of Merle
An impressive medieval site perched on a rocky overhang, at the heart of the Maronne gorges
Tournemire and the Anjony Castles
In a beautiful Cantal village, a medieval fortress built by a companion of Joan of Arc
Lake Enchanet
An unspoilt spot popular with fishing fans
The Cantal chestnut forest
This lovely natural area in South-West Cantal is named after the bread tree
Saint-Céré
The beautiful Mercadial square, the old houses, the Saint-Laurent towers
Pesteils Castle
A magnificent medieval castle towering majestically over the Cère Valley
The Jordanne gorges
A discovery trail at the heart of an unspoilt site
La Vigne Castle
Its terrace offers panoramic view over the Mounts of Cantal!
Vic-sur-Cère
At the heart of the Cère Valley, a former spa resort that was once under the authority of the Princes of Monaco
Figeac
Medieval town with a rich heritage
The Mauriac Basilica
A listed Historic Monument, the Mauriac Basilica is the biggest Romanesque building in Cantal!
Ronesque Rock
Enjoy stunning views over the Mounts of Cantal from this heart-shaped basalt platform…
Salers
A superb medieval village in Haute-Auvergne
Conques
Its abbey church is a masterpiece of Romanesque art!
The Padirac chasm
A spectacular natural cave
Les Burons de Salers
On the Puy Mary road, an authentic place devoted to cheese and gentian
The Puy Griou
Its phonolite cone makes it one of the massif's most iconic mountains
The Truyère gorges
An exceptional natural site, Natura 2000 listed
Le Lioran
The biggest winter sports resort in the Massif Central
The Cirque of Le Falgoux
In the Auvergne Volcanoes Park, a glacial cirque containing a beech and pine forest
The Mounts of Cantal
The Cantal Massif, Europe's largest stratovolcano, paradise for hikers and nature-lovers
The Puy Mary
Easily accessible, its summit offers amazing views of Auvergne!
The Plomb du Cantal
Welcome to the second highest peak in the Massif Central, with stunning scenery
Amusement park
Plage de Rénac - Saint-Gérons
07 83 30 34 78
Opening times:

Monday: 11:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Tuesday: 11:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Wednesday: 11:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Thursday: 11:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Friday: 11:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Saturday: 11:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Sunday: 11:00 AM – 07:00 PM

Renacland, l'Aquaparc - Cantal
Amusement park in Saint-Gérons
Park
Laroquebrou
Opening times:

Monday: Open 24 hours a day
Tuesday: Open 24 hours a day
Wednesday: Open 24 hours a day
Thursday: Open 24 hours a day
Friday: Open 24 hours a day
Saturday: Open 24 hours a day
Sunday: Open 24 hours a day

Park
Lieu-dit Frescaldie, Lacapelle-Viescamp
09 74 56 38 77
Spa
8 Le Bouscarel, Saint-Paul-des-Landes
06 33 55 87 26
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: Fermé
Wednesday: 05:00 PM – 06:30 PM
Thursday: 06:30 PM – 08:00 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Sunday: Fermé

Park
Aurillac
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Monday: Open 24 hours a day
Tuesday: Open 24 hours a day
Wednesday: Open 24 hours a day
Thursday: Open 24 hours a day
Friday: Open 24 hours a day
Saturday: Open 24 hours a day
Sunday: Open 24 hours a day

Jardin De La Tremolière
Park in Laroquebrou
Montil Marc
Park in Lacapelle-Viescamp
Créa'Zen
Spa in Saint-Paul-des-Landes
Parc De La Fraternité
Park in Aurillac
Entertainment
Relaxation
Bank
1, Rue de la Tremolière - Laroquebrou
04 71 46 09 51
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM
Sunday: Fermé

Bank
3 RUE DU 11 JUIN 1944, Laroquebrou
04 71 46 00 52
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:30 PM – 06:00 PM
Wednesday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:30 PM – 06:00 PM
Thursday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:30 PM – 06:00 PM
Friday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:30 PM – 06:00 PM
Saturday: 08:30 AM – 12:30 AM
Sunday: Fermé

Bank
Rue Emile Dumas - Laroquebrou
Agence Groupama Laroquebrou
Bank in Laroquebrou
Crédit Agricole Centre France - Laroquebrou
Bank in Laroquebrou
La Poste
Bank in Laroquebrou
Post office
AU BOURG, Saint-Paul-des-Landes
La Poste
Post office in Saint-Paul-des-Landes
Tourist office
rue de la tremoliere, Laroquebrou
04 71 46 94 82
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Thursday: Fermé
Friday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Sunday: Fermé

Tourist office
28, Avenue du 15 Septembre 1945 - Le Rouget-Pers
04 71 46 94 82
Opening times:

Monday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Sunday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM

Point Informations Laroquebrou - OT Châtaigneraie Cantal
Tourist office in Laroquebrou
Office de Tourisme de la Châtaigneraie Cantalienne
Tourist office in Le Rouget-Pers
Supermarket
Avenue des Platanes - Laroquebrou
04 71 46 07 56
Opening times:

Monday: 07:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:30 PM – 07:30 PM
Tuesday: 07:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:30 PM – 07:30 PM
Wednesday: 07:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:30 PM – 07:30 PM
Thursday: 07:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:30 PM – 07:30 PM
Friday: 07:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:30 PM – 07:30 PM
Saturday: 07:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:30 PM – 07:30 PM
Sunday: 07:30 AM – 12:00 AM

Supermarket
Avenue des Platanes - Laroquebrou
04 71 46 07 56
Supermarket
1, Route de Brive - Saint-Paul-des-Landes
04 71 48 61 10
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Monday: 08:00 AM – 08:00 PM
Tuesday: 08:00 AM – 08:00 PM
Wednesday: 08:00 AM – 08:00 PM
Thursday: 08:00 AM – 08:00 PM
Friday: 08:00 AM – 08:00 PM
Saturday: 08:00 AM – 08:00 PM
Sunday: 09:00 AM – 01:00 PM

U Express
Supermarket in Laroquebrou
Emmanuel Vernoil
Supermarket in Laroquebrou
Carrefour Contact
Supermarket in Saint-Paul-des-Landes
Homeware shop
Zema - Laroquebrou
04 71 46 06 44
Homeware shop
Saint-Paul-des-Landes
04 71 46 44 97
Hairdresser
1, Place de l'Église - Saint-Paul-des-Landes
04 71 43 88 70
Hairdresser
2, Grande Rue - Saint-Paul-des-Landes
04 71 46 35 75
Hairdresser
8, Rue de Fortet - Saint-Paul-des-Landes
06 33 54 75 22
Salavert Jacques
Homeware shop in Laroquebrou
Billoux Patrick
Homeware shop in Saint-Paul-des-Landes
Crea Style
Hairdresser in Saint-Paul-des-Landes
L'Instant Coiffure
Hairdresser in Saint-Paul-des-Landes
Doneys Nathalie
Hairdresser in Saint-Paul-des-Landes
Petrol station
Le Bourg - Glénat
04 71 62 27 64
Repair workshop
Zema - Laroquebrou
04 71 46 00 50
Repair workshop
1944, Rue du 11 Juin - Laroquebrou
04 71 46 00 24
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Monday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM
Sunday: Fermé

Petrol station
Ruisseau de Chirgoulès,, Laroquebrou
04 71 46 00 50
Petrol station
Route d'Aurillac - Laroquebrou
04 71 46 00 50
Sarl Pointier
Petrol station in Glénat
Navarre Sarl
Repair workshop in Laroquebrou
Garage de Laroquebrou
Repair workshop in Laroquebrou
Station Service - Garagiste Navarre
Petrol station in Laroquebrou
Elan
Petrol station in Laroquebrou
Railway station
Laroquebrou
Railway station
Lacapelle-Viescamp
Airport
Avenue de Tronquières - Aurillac
04 71 64 50 00
Laroquebrou
Railway station in Laroquebrou
La Capelle-Viescamp
Railway station in Lacapelle-Viescamp
Aéroport d'Aurillac
Airport in Aurillac
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Restaurant
Saint-Gérons
06 14 40 35 14
Restaurant
7, avenue des tilleuls - Le Rouget-Pers
04 71 62 28 49
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Monday: 08:30 AM – 03:30 PM
Tuesday: 08:30 AM – 03:30 PM
Wednesday: 08:30 AM – 03:30 PM
Thursday: 08:30 AM – 03:30 PM
Friday: 08:30 AM – 03:30 PM
Saturday: Fermé
Sunday: Fermé

Restaurant
Renac Plage, Saint-Gérons
06 31 98 59 19
Restaurant
D18 - Saint-Étienne-Cantalès
Restaurant
22, Rue de la Gare - Laroquebrou
04 71 46 07 68
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Monday: 07:00 AM – 09:30 PM
Tuesday: 07:00 AM – 09:30 PM
Wednesday: 07:00 AM – 09:30 PM
Thursday: 07:00 AM – 09:30 PM
Friday: 07:00 AM – 09:30 PM
Saturday: 07:00 AM – 09:30 PM
Sunday: Fermé

Restaurant
3, Avenue des Platanes - Laroquebrou
04 71 43 02 52
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Monday: 10:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 08:00 PM
Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 08:00 PM
Thursday: Fermé
Friday: 10:00 AM – 08:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 08:00 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM – 08:00 PM

Restaurant
6076, Avenue du 15 Septembre 1945 - Le Rouget-Pers
Restaurant
Presqu'île du Puech des Ouilhes, Lacapelle-Viescamp
04 71 64 23 73
Restaurant
22, Grande Rue - Saint-Paul-des-Landes
04 71 46 38 43
Plage d'Espinet Snack bar
Restaurant in Saint-Gérons
La Cantine
Restaurant in Le Rouget-Pers
Chopes and Pagaies
Restaurant in Saint-Gérons
Le Pradel
Restaurant in Saint-Étienne-Cantalès
Hôtel - Restaurant de la Gare
Restaurant in Laroquebrou
Le 107
Restaurant in Laroquebrou
Hotel des Voyageurs
Restaurant in Le Rouget-Pers
Le Bougnat Libré
Restaurant in Lacapelle-Viescamp
Restaurant des Voyageurs
Restaurant in Saint-Paul-des-Landes
Bar
14, Avenue des Platanes - Laroquebrou
04 71 49 80 36
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Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: 07:00 AM – 07:00 PM
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Thursday: 07:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Friday: 07:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Saturday: 07:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Sunday: 07:00 AM – 01:00 PM

Bar
Saint-Paul-des-Landes
Bar Tabac Presse O2B
Bar in Laroquebrou
Bar Tabac
Bar in Saint-Paul-des-Landes
Bakery
4, Grande Rue - Saint-Paul-des-Landes
04 71 46 30 40
Audissergues Christophe
Bakery in Saint-Paul-des-Landes
Restaurants
Cafés
Bakeries
Dentist
Avenue des Platanes - Laroquebrou
04 71 46 01 29
Doctor
Avenue des Platanes - Laroquebrou
04 71 46 02 88
Chemist
Avenue des Platanes - Laroquebrou
04 71 46 00 15
Doctor
Rue Pierre Hebrard - Laroquebrou
04 71 46 00 30
Opening times:

Monday: 01:30 PM – 04:30 PM
Tuesday: 01:30 PM – 04:30 PM
Wednesday: 01:30 PM – 04:30 PM
Thursday: 01:30 PM – 04:30 PM
Friday: 01:30 PM – 04:30 PM
Saturday: 01:30 PM – 04:30 PM
Sunday: Fermé

Hospital
Laroquebrou
Chemist
6, Place de la Mairie - Le Rouget-Pers
Chemist
8, Grande Rue - Saint-Paul-des-Landes
04 71 46 32 45
Opening times:

Monday: 08:45 AM – 12:15 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:15 PM
Tuesday: 08:45 AM – 12:15 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:15 PM
Wednesday: 08:45 AM – 12:15 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:15 PM
Thursday: 08:45 AM – 12:15 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:15 PM
Friday: 08:45 AM – 12:15 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:15 PM
Saturday: 08:45 AM – 12:15 AM
Sunday: Fermé

Doctor
16, Route d'Ayrens - Saint-Paul-des-Landes
09 60 01 91 56
Chemist
Saint-Paul-des-Landes
Doctor
10, Rue de Moinac - Saint-Paul-des-Landes
04 71 63 04 40
Hospital
83, Avenue Charles de Gaulle - Aurillac
04 71 45 42 45
Hospital
4, Place Pierre Semard - Aurillac
Hospital
50, Avenue de la République - Aurillac
04 71 46 56 56
Opening times:

Monday: Open 24 hours a day
Tuesday: Open 24 hours a day
Wednesday: Open 24 hours a day
Thursday: Open 24 hours a day
Friday: Open 24 hours a day
Saturday: Open 24 hours a day
Sunday: Open 24 hours a day

Lutran Madeleine
Dentist in Laroquebrou
Barka Ahmed
Doctor in Laroquebrou
Pharmacie Chanut-Bouscatier
Chemist in Laroquebrou
Nalier Philippe
Doctor in Laroquebrou
Sapeur Pompier
Hospital in Laroquebrou
Pharmacie
Chemist in Le Rouget-Pers
Pharmacie Pontié
Chemist in Saint-Paul-des-Landes
Guerquin Lionel
Doctor in Saint-Paul-des-Landes
Pharmacie 2 Saint Paul
Chemist in Saint-Paul-des-Landes
Lozano Irène
Doctor in Saint-Paul-des-Landes
Abdul Raouf Ayman
Hospital in Aurillac
Cmc Aurillac
Hospital in Aurillac
Centre Hospitalier d'Aurillac
Hospital in Aurillac
Town hall
Le Bourg - Saint-Gérons
04 71 46 04 50
Mairie
Town hall in Saint-Gérons
Vet
Avenue des Platanes - Laroquebrou
04 71 46 00 58
Vet
16, Route d'Aurillac - Saint-Paul-des-Landes
09 77 76 05 94
Selurl Vetolaroqbrou
Vet in Laroquebrou
Lescure Jean-Louis
Vet in Saint-Paul-des-Landes

Emergency Medical Assistance : 15
Police Emergency Service : 17
Fire Brigade : 18
European Emergency Service : 112

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Nearest airports:
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Residential campsite - Du domaine du lac - For relaxation and absolute comfort! Located in the heart of the Auvergne, in a charming peninsula in the middle of Lake Saint Etienne Cantales of 600ha known for fishing, beach and supervised swimming, playground, swimming pool, voley, bowling, bread. Pets are allowed free of charge. Only dogs of category 2 and 3 are accepted free of charge. Do not forget their vaccination book - For a moment of relaxation

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