Sophie and David welcome you to their little lozérien paradise and wish you an excellent stay.
Thank you to park on the parking "visitors" and to present you at the reception on your arrival.
Animals are accepted in our establishment. They must be leashed throughout the campsite, even on your site. Their vaccination certificate or European passport must be presented upon your arrival.
A75 => Montpellier
N102 => The Puy en Velay / Brioude
D906 => Aubenas / Mende
N88 => Mende / Langogne
D26 => Naussac
D34 => Chastanier
A7 => Saint Etienne / Clermont-Ferrand
N88 => The Puy en Velay
N88 => Mende / Langogne
D26 => Naussac
D34 => Chastanier
A68 => Albi / Castres
N88 => Albi then Rodez
E11 / A75 => Mende / Clermont Ferrand
N88 => Mende then Langogne
D988 => Pierrefiche then Chastanier
N109 => Millau
E11 / A75 => Clermont Ferrand / Mende
N88 => Mende then Langogne
D988 => Pierrefiche then Chastanier
Le Puy-en-Velay, Clermont-Ferrand, Lyon.
line 1 : Le Puy-en-Velay / Langogne / Mende
Line 17 : Langogne / Mayres / Aubenas
Carrier : Hugon + 33 4 66 49 03 81
Paris / Clermont-Ferrand / Nîmes (Cevennes)
Lyon / Saint Etienne / Le-Puy-en-Velay
Allo Bernard Ricou : + 33 4 66 47 48 49
Taxi Francis : + 33 4 66 46 66 07
Taxi Garrel : + 33 4 66 69 12 40
Taxi Martel : + 33 4 66 69 00 78
Parking is available to newcomers and visitors.
During your stay, your vehicle will be parked on your site.
For rentals, we will ask you a deposit check for an amount of 195 € on your arrival (150 € deposit "damage" and 45 € deposit "cleaning").
The owners of animals will have to present the animal health and / or European passport of their animal.
Sophie and David welcome you throughout your stay in a friendly atmosphere and respect for nature.
We are committed to a sustainable management approach. Even during the holidays, some small simple actions can allow you to participate in our environmental approach. We are counting on you…
To save energy, remember to turn off your lights when leaving the bathroom (after checking that there was no one inside!). In the same way, out of season, if the heating is running, do not forget to close the door behind you.
* Selective sorting:
Our rentals are equipped with a sorting bag. Vacationers on site can request one at the campsite reception. You will be able to deposit: bottles and plastic bottles, boxes and packing in cardboard, cans and drinks, newspapers, paper. A selective sorting container is installed at the campsite entrance on the garbage disposal area.
You will find a used battery box at the reception of the campsite.
* Glass sorting:
A bin for sorting glass is available on the camp garbage disposal area.
A bio bucket is available in each accommodation. Holidaymakers in location can request one at the campsite reception (deposit: € 5). A composting area is available at the entrance of the campsite. You can put there: peelings of vegetables and fruits, cheese crusts, tea bags, eggshells, etc.
Water is a precious good. Do not waste it. If you notice a leak, do not hesitate to let us know.
Our suggestion: rinse dishes with cold water.
From 22:30 to 07:30, a dry toilet cabin is available to guests of camping pitches numbered 6 to 18 and those residing in yurts, eco-lodges and Coco Sweet.
A shared furniture is at your disposal in the TV room. Drop what you do not want and take what interests you. What is no longer useful for some is perhaps for others!
Thank you for your participation in our commitment!
Our establishment has been labeled Green Key since 2010.
We are members of the Via Natura association, which brings together about twenty campsites that respect the environment and the human.
In low and middle season, the reception is open from 9h to 12h and from 15h to 19h.
In season and high season, the reception is open from 8h to 12h and from 15h to 19h.
You will find at the reception of the documentation to help you to organize your stay and your activities: tourist brochures, walks, etc. We also provide you with a library and board games.
For nature lovers, a naturalist library and observation equipment are self-service.
A computer connected to the Internet is at your disposal in self service, allowing you to do research for your excursions and your visits, etc.
Accessible 24 hours a day, it has large tables and chairs, a children's corner with indoor games, a flat screen.
In low and middle season, we welcome you from 8h to 13h and 15h to 20h.
In season and high season, we welcome you from 8h to 21h30.
A large covered terrace with sofa area, tables and chairs, table football and chess.
An interior space with tables and chairs
Non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages
Breakfasts (on reservation)
Fresh and dry products, local products
Bread and pastries in season and high season (on order)
Sale of postcards and stamps
We offer a wide choice of takeaways: pizzas, local dishes, croque-monsieur, cheese-burgers, fries, waffles, etc.
Reception from 8h to 12h and from 15h to 19h(from 9h to 12h and from 15h to 19h in low and middle season)
Open every day from 8h to 21h30 (from 8h to 13h and from 15h to 20h in low and middle season)
Small indoor room, covered terrace, foosball, chess
Open every day from 8h to 21h30 (from 8h to 13h and from 15h to 20h in low and middle season)
Take away: pizzas, local dishes, cheese-burgers, fries, croque-monsieur, waffles, etc.
Open every day from 8h to 21h30 (from 8h to 13h and from 15h to 20h in low and middle season)
Fresh and dry products, local products
Full breakfast on order
Every day in season (on order)
Passage of a baker three times a week in low season
Every Wednesday around 1.30 pm
Every Friday around 12: 30
In low and middle season:
Wednesdays around 10am
Thursdays around 9am
Sundays around 10am
Computer with self-service connection at the reception
Wi-Fi on 100% of the campsite (paying)
Heated sanitary facilities in low season
Dispensers of toilet paper and soap
Drainage of black water, greywater and chemical toilets
Daytime entertainment from 11 July to 21 August 2020
# Link # entertainment and activities at Camping du Pont de Braye # http: http://www.camping-lozere-naussac.fr/activites-camping-pont-de-braye.htm#
Ping pong tables (equipment loan)
Loan of badminton rackets and petanque balls
Playground for children from 2 to 12 years old
Direct access to the river with space for relaxation and picnic
Biodiversity zone, insect hotel herb garden, refuge LPO
Bicycle rental (price: 5 € 2h, 8 € the 1/2 day 14 € the day)
Shared relaxation room open 24 hours a day
24-hour TV room
Loans of books and board games
Sorting area and composter
Washing machine and dryer (4 €)
Group barbecues available (no personal fire barbecues)
Fridge rental (5 € / night) and electric coolers (3 € / night)
baby equipment rental (high chair and cot) - 3 € / night
Sheets rental (€ 15 per double bed and € 10 for a single bed)
Rental of towels and home (6 € toilet adornment for 2,2 tea towels € the ornament)
blankets rental (7 € per week)
camping equipment rental (table, chairs - on request)
On request: iron and ironing board (free)
Small safe at the reception
For rentals, departures are between 8am and 10am.
For pitches, departures are between 8am and noon.
Cleaning is not included. Your accommodation must be left clean. Otherwise, an amount of 45 € will be deducted from your deposit for the cleaning fee.
If you do not want to clean, you can opt for the "cleaning" package for 45 €
Some instructions :
. Clean, check and store your dishes (please report any broken or missing dishes to the reception desk upon arrival)
. Defrost, clean the refrigerator and leave the on position 1
. Check that you have removed the coffee filter
. Remember to empty the bins (sorting)
. If you have items you do not want to bring back, drop them in the sharing cabinet.
. Fold the blankets on the beds.
If you have chosen the option "cleaning fee", it is advisable to empty your garbage cans respecting the sorting and to do your dishes. Also remember to defrost the refrigerator.
An inventory will be made at your departure.
Thank you to present to the reception the day before your departure to settle your stay.
Thank you to go to the reception at the latest the day before your departure to agree together an appointment for your inventory.
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The holidays are always too short. We probably did not have time to explore all the treasures of our beautiful region. We will be delighted to welcome you during your next stay in Lozère.
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Naussac Lake lies in the north-east of Lozère, not far from Langogne, in a pleasant, relaxing setting. This vast reservoir covers 1,050 hectares and is great for outdoor activities. You can practise lots of water sports there, such as windsurfing, catamaran, canoeing, kayaking, fishing and kite-surfing. Around the lake, there are lots of paths where you can enjoy a walk, mountain bike ride or horse ride.
Located on the banks of the Langouyrou, an affluent of the Allier, in the commune of Langogne, the Calquières woollen mill is a listed historic monument and has now been converted into a living museum. It tells the story of the textile business in Lozère, as well as the various stages of wool transformation. Children and adults can see how a traditional craft is practised by admiring a unique set of machines from 1850, still in working order, driven by the mill's big wheel and the force of running water! A museum area about the weaving trades and a craft shop selling woollen clothing will round off your trip to this amazing industrial heritage site.
After a tour of the woollen mill, the historical trail in the old town is a great way to see the main monuments of Langogne, including the 12th-century Romanesque church and the picturesque 18th-century grain hall, where a market takes place every Saturday morning.
Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
The medieval city of Langogne is located in Lozère, near Lake Naussac and Allier. In the Middle Ages, an enclosure of ramparts surrounded the Benedictine church and monastery. The design of these walls has been preserved : the towers have become dwellings ; we can walk around this enclosure, inside and outside. It included 6 towers, taking into account the clock tower. This square tower dominates, since 1824, the gateway to the old town.
In the vicinity of the Town Hall there are remains of ramparts and a door with grooves, where the portcullis slid. A passage to the church opens here in the wall.
Various ancient doors deserve a look. To discover also, the Old Bridge, the Halle, the Saint-Gervais-Saint-Protais church and its flamboyant style portal…
Discover the medieval town of Langogne thanks to the historical route to recover at the Tourist Office.
Overlooking the valley of the Haut Allier, on the Regordane route linking the Auvergne to the Languedoc, this former fortified town was an important stop for the merchants importing the food of the Midi as well as for the pilgrims en route to Saint-Gilles and coming from the en-Velay. Witnesses of this prosperous era, noble houses with stone walls and arcades, whose high facades are erected against the blows Cévenoles, have passed generations of travelers, sometimes famous, like the Scottish writer Robert Louis Stevenson who gave his name to this path became the GR 70.
Located in Margeride on the plateau of the King's Palace, at the foot of Truc de Fortunio, Lake Charpal (180H classified Natura 2000), offers families the opportunity to walk amid peat bogs and lake flora. The tour of Lake Charpal is a short hike (about 3 hours), ideal for a family outing. A magical place !
Picnic tables are available along the lake.
From the lake, you can try the ascent of Fortunio Peak (about 3 hours round trip).
Fortunio Truc is the culmination of Margeride at 1552 meters altitude.
Located at the southern end of Margeride ridges on the common Rieutort de Randon, overlooking the Plateau du Roy and Lake Charpal.
It is accessible by car via the Col du Dead Horse, the road runs along the west ridge high above 1500 meters since Randon Signal and former military buildings to the top of the Margeride.
Trick hosts a tower 105 meters using tv relays, radios and mobile telephones.
Nearby, in the middle of a granite chaos, a viewpoint allows you to recognize the 360 ° panorama offered from Fortunio.
Full south, the Lot valley and in the background the Mont Lozère, Aigoual and Causse, west the Aubrac plateau, north of the peaks and climbed Margeride Cantal, east the massive Meygal and Mézenc Haute Loire.
A land of granite with rolling landscapes, on the border of Cantal, Haute-Loire and Lozère in the former province of Gévaudan, Margeride is a secluded and mysterious place. It offers lovers of authentic nature a series of restful landscapes, alternating between meadows, moors, forests and rivers.
As well as being a great place to recharge your batteries, Margeride is also an ideal destination to enjoy outdoor activities, like hiking, horse-riding and mountain biking along its many paths and trails, fishing on the Truyère and Rimeize, sailing and canoe-kayak on Lake Naussac, no-kill pike fishing on Lake Charpal and more…
At the heart of Margeride, at Sainte-Eulalie in Lozère, the European bison reserve invites you to take a carriage ride, or a sled ride in the winter, and see its prehistoric-looking animals, in semi-captivity in a park of over 200 hectares. A museum area about the European bison's origins and way of life, as well as a reconstruction of a prehistoric cave, complete the experience.
When it comes to visitor attractions, don't miss the Margeride Ecomuseum in Cantal, with the Clémence Fontille School in Signalauze, Pierre Allègre's farm in Loubaresse and St. Martin's Garden in Ruynes-en-Margeride. There is also the fantastic Beast of Gévaudan Museum in Saugues, Haute-Loire, which has gripping reconstructions that tell the incredible story of the terrifying beast that roamed Gévaudan in the 18th century. This mysterious tale is still a frequent topic of conversation today!
Monday: 10:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Have you ever met a prehistoric animal ? Change of scenery without leaving the other side of the world ! The reserve of European Bison Lozère offers a unique experience to live with family, solo or group to meet this extraordinary prehistoric animal. Lozère, land of outdoor activities and discoveries The flora […]
Upon arrival in Arlempdes, a medieval village in Haute-Loire, 30 kilometres south of Le Puy-en-Velay, visitors are immediately charmed by the spectacular view afforded to them from a bend in the road: this typical little village with stone houses, classified among the most beautiful villages of France, is perched on a volcanic peak surrounded by a meander of the Loire.
Surrounded by basalt flows, this picture postcard spot full of timeless charm is a real gem of the Loire Gorges. In the heights of the village, at the top of the rocky spur, you can walk up a path to discover the remains of the castle built in the Middle Ages by the Lords of Montlaur, a site that still offers a beautiful view of the surrounding wild landscape. Downhill from the old fortress, the village's 11th-century postern entrance, the Church of St. Peter, a 12th-century single-nave Romanesque building with a four-arched open bell tower, and the 15th-century carved stone cross are other unmissable attractions of Arlempdes.
About twenty kilometres from Le Puy-en-Velay, a beautiful circular lake of volcanic origin, located at an altitude of 1,205 metres, awaits visitors in Haute-Loire. Located in the municipalities of Cayres and Le Bouchet-Saint-Nicolas, this 44-hectare expanse of water resembling a Canadian lake is a magnificently preserved natural site surrounded by pine, larch, beech and spruce trees.
This is the place to come for peace and quiet, while enjoying a superb landscape from a shaded path dotted with benches that allows you to walk around the lake in 45 minutes.
The water quality makes the lake ideal for fishing and diving, and there is also a beach where swimming is supervised in July and August, so you can relax with family and friends.
Feel free to stop by the lake's restaurant, where you can enjoy the view from the pleasant terrace while sipping a drink or enjoying a meal.
Auguste, the postman of Saint-Alban is on the eve of retiring, he is looking for replacements. Maybe it's you ?
With him, you will go to meet the adored country and fabulous stories that have shaped it (the Beast of Gevaudan, Resistance, Institutional Psychiatry, Art Brut…). An immersive and playful experience where your senses will awaken and marvel !
Situated in Mazan-l'Abbaye, in the Ardèche mountains, the remains of the Cistercian Abbey of Mazan, founded in the 12th century, can be seen in the heart of an unspoiled natural environment. The remains of the former abbey church, as well as the Romanesque cloister with sculpted capitals on its columns, which you can admire by yourself or during a guided tour, are evidence of its monastic past.
The national forest of Mazan, which borders the village, is good for rambling, with its resinous trees.
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
Lava flows-The basalt valley. The path takes you through dark rock walls that represent the ancient lava flows that make up the vast volcanic plateau that overlooks you. It is the brook which in its history has dug enough to leave in place only imposing cliffs dominated by volcanic organs. The site of the waterfall bears witness to the wear and tear of the creek on a large rock mass where the organ reminds us that the gray basalt was molten lava. Road signage from Solignac, parking at the entrance of the site. A round trip on foot in 40 minutes from the parking lot of the reynardon
And a trail from Solignac / Loire loop of 10.5 km - 2h50 - Difficulty: medium. Randofiche for sale at the price of € 1 at the tourist office of the agglomeration of Puy-en-Velay.
From the parking lot of the reynardon: 40 min
Focusing on everyday life and the principles of archeology - the scenario - the presentation of the Javols Museum is based on two major pieces, respectively located on both levels :
Visit of the free outdoor site, a pedestrian circuit of 19 panels (~ 1h). Map available in front of the museum at any time of the year.
Under conditions and on registration, visit of the site accompanied by a mediator, by means of helmets and digital images (inquire with the museum)
The prefecture of Lozère and former capital of Gévaudan, Mende enjoys an ideal geographical location in the upper Lot Valley, at the edge of the Cévennes National Park. Surrounded by mountains, this charming small town, both peaceful and welcoming, invites you to discover its wonderful sights on a pleasant walk. The paved side streets lined with old houses; small squares decorated with fountains; the picturesque medieval Notre-Dame bridge and the surrounding area, dotted with beautiful houses with roofs like an upturned boat hull; the Penitents' Tower, a relic of the old ramparts; the 18th-century town hall with a tilestone roof, and the Gothic Cathedral of Our Lady and St. Privatus are all among the treasures you can admire in Mende.
Dominated by the silhouette of its two differently-sized bell towers, the imposing Mende Cathedral was built from the 14th century onwards at the request of Urbanus V, a pope from Gévaudan, whose bronze statue has stood on the forecourt since 1874. Once inside the building, discover the crypt of St. Privatus, the black Virgin dating from the 12th century, brought back from the East by the crusaders, the carved wooden stalls, the Aubusson tapestries from the early 18th century illustrating scenes from the Virgin's life, the 17th-century organs by the Eustache brothers, and more.
In August, the streets of the town are especially lively, during the traditional Great Festival of Mende, a colourful event with a great atmosphere, featuring street performers, concerts, fairground attractions, a procession of floral floats and fireworks.
For tea, enjoy croquant de Mende, a delicious little finger biscuit with almonds and hazelnuts, made by the town's bakers and pastry chefs!
At 1,000 metres in altitude, in the commune of Le Lac-d'Issarlès in Upper Ardèche, bordered by the Lozère and the Haute-Loire, tucked away in an old volcanic crater is a round turquoise-blue expanse of water, covering 80 hectares. Benefitting from favoured natural surroundings of verdant hills, Issarlès Lake is particularly good for relaxation and water sports. Bathing (supervised in July and August), lounging around on the beach, picnics with family and friends, trout or char fishing, paddle boats, canoeing and windsurfing are all on offer here. A pleasant footpath through the undergrowth gives ramblers the chance to go around the lake in about an hour.
To have a lovely view of the whole of the lake, take the path to the Col du Gage belvedere, situated high up, 1.5 kilometres to the south-east of the village.
Located in the south-east of the Massif Central, in the Cévennes National Park, Mount Lozère reaches an altitude of 1,699 metres and is the highest point in Lozère and the Cévennes. This granitic territory is full of unspoilt plant life and has many trails including the GR 70, better known as Stevenson's trail, making it ideal for hiking. Take the chance to contemplate its superb panoramic views, not only in the scenery of Mount Lozère, made up of moors covered with broom and heather, peat bogs, pastures and granite blockfields, as well as in the surrounding mountains. Take the Finiels Pass for example, at an altitude of 1,541 metres, which offers beautiful views over Mount Aigoual and the surrounding Causses. This pass is popular with cyclists and is also the starting point for the La Pelouse walking trail, an interpretation centre to learn about the natural environment that takes you close to the summit of Finiels. The highest point of the Cévennes, the latter is a large plateau with three orientation tables, offering really exceptional panoramic views!
For hikers who love old buildings, some hamlets are especially worth a visit, such as L'Hôpital, the old commandery of the Hospitallers of St. John of Jerusalem, Mas Camargues and Bellecoste. Departing from the information centre in Mas Camargues, you can follow an observation trail made up of three circuits to discover the local rural and natural heritage.
On Mount Lozère, the outdoor activities continue in winter, with the family ski resort of Le Bleymard Mont Lozère, which offers Alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, luge, snowshoe hikes and dogsled rides.
In the south-west of Mount Lozère, the Cham des Bondons site has over 150 menhirs and 30 funeral mounds, making it the second highest concentration of megaliths in Europe after Carnac! You can discover this archaeological heritage on a trail called Walk in the Land of Menhirs...
To find out more about this massif's history, geology, flora, architecture, skills and traditions, head to the Mount Lozère Museum, located in the typical village of Le Pont-de-Montvert.
Finally, honey lovers won't want to leave this wonderful area without trying the hive products sold by the apiaries of Cubières, Cubiérettes and Saint-André-Capcèze, at the foot of Mount Lozère!
Set in an exceptional environment, near to the wild site of the Chassezac Gorges, in the commune of Prévenchères in the Cévennes, the small fortified town of La Garde-Guérin, formerly the domain of the "Parier" knights who protected and guided the travellers following the Régordane road, is now listed among the most beautiful villages of France. A superb and particularly authentic destination, with its picturesque paved side streets that are ideal for a leisurely stroll, its admirable restored old stone houses, imposing medieval keep, and charming little Romanesque church with a bell tower wall. This area is a delight to walk around! A relic of the old castle, the 12th-century watchtower offers magnificent views of the tilestone roofs of La Garde-Guérin and the Chassezac Gorges from its summit...
Around 1 km to the north of the village, be sure to stop by the famous Chassezac belvedere, for dizzying views of the Chassezac granite canyon!
The Chassezac dug deep and vertiginous gorges on the mountainside. Rock walls are a delight for lovers of steep cliffs and adventure sports.
These limestone cliffs turn out to be secretive. They stand facing the river and offer hikers hungry for landscapes and atypical places many hiking trails.
A gem in the Truyère Valley, nestling at the heart of lovely Margeride, the welcoming medieval town of Le Malzieu-Ville has retained some fine reminders of its past as an old Gévaudan stronghold. Take a stroll along the historic trail, and admire its ramparts, towers, fortified gates and old houses. You'll also find a superb panoramic view of the roofs of the town and the verdant landscapes of Margeride at the top of the Bodon Tower!
Nestling at the heart of the Lozère Cévennes, near the green holiday resort of Villefort, in an unspoilt setting of lush green mountains, Villefort Lake has a surface area of 137 hectares, and is ideal for water sports. You can take a trip in a canoe, catamaran, dinghy, sailboat, pedalo, Zodiac motor boat or electric boat from the water sports centre. You can also take a walk on the footpath around the lake, relax on the sandy beach, go swimming (supervised in the afternoon in July and August) and fishing – there are plenty of leisure activities for sporty types and fans of relaxation alike!
In the Allier Gorges, a canyon hollowed out by the river of the same name, lovers of natural sites will be thrilled by a picturesque, green environment. The landscapes there are truly diverse, interspersed with beautiful villages and Romanesque buildings, like St. Mary of Les Chazes (Sainte-Marie-des-Chazes) in Saint-Julien-des-Chazes, a 13th-century chapel in a romantic setting, built at the foot of basalt cliffs and a listed Historic Monument.
The prettiest villages to discover on the banks of the Allier, considered to be one of the last wild rivers in Europe, include Lavoûte-Chilhac, Monistrol-d'Allier, Prades, Saint-Arcons-d'Allier and Chanteuges with its hilltop priory boasting a charming cloister. These villages are separated by beautiful landscapes, especially between Monistrol-d'Allier and Chanteuges. There are many trekking opportunities so lovers of walking and mountain biking will be delighted.
Those who prefer more relaxing pursuits will enjoy swimming at the beaches of Monistrol-d'Allier, Prades and Lavoûte-Chilhac, and fishing enthusiasts will appreciate the clear waters of the Allier where trout, grayling and salmon all live!
For thrill-seeking leisure enthusiasts, whitewater sports reign supreme, from canyoning to canoe-kayak, through rafting, hydrospeed and tubing.
Another original way to discover this superb, unspoilt territory is to take the Allier Gorges tourist train from Langeac in Haute-Loire to Langogne in Lozère. Its spectacular route takes you to areas that are inaccessible to cars and offers stunning views of the rushing river, sometimes from the cliff side. If you are short on time, you can opt for a lovely tour of the Allier Gorges' volcanic villages, which will lead you from Langeac to Monistrol-d'Allier in less than an hour.
For the record, the Allier Gorges are also the land of the Beast of Gévaudan, which caused a stir in the 18th century...
The capital of Haute-Loire, the town of Le Puy-en-Velay is located in the south-east of the Massif Central. As the starting point of the famous Via Podiensis, one of the routes to Santiago de Compostela, since the Middle Ages, the Auvergne town is a major pilgrimage site, with its cathedral and Hôtel-Dieu listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Built at the foot of the Corneille Rock, an imposing volcanic peak towering over the historic centre, the Cathedral of Our Lady (Notre-Dame) is a remarkable example of the Romanesque style with Carolingian, Byzantine and Moorish influences. This magnificent 11th and 12th-century building is reached via picturesque sloping streets starting from the lower part of town and a long flight of 134 steps. When you arrive, be sure to take a look at its majestic polychrome façade decorated with mosaics and the ancient fresco on its western porch, before admiring the superb Romanesque cloister with polychrome arches and sculpted capitals, as well as the beautiful pieces in the treasure collection located in the former Hall of the States of Velay. Above the high altar is the famous 17th-century Black Madonna of Le Puy, which is processioned through the streets of the old town on 15 August every year.
Perched at the top of the Corneille Rock, the statue of Our Lady of France, a cast iron work created by the sculptor Bonnassieux in the 19th century using cast iron from the cannons of the Battle for Sevastopol, offers a splendid view of the city's red roofs from its platform!
Le Puy-en-Velay is also famous for its bobbin lace, which according to the legend was invented there. Visitors can learn about it at the Crozatier Museum, located at the bottom of the pleasant Henri Vinay Garden, which boasts a variety of plants. The museum's galleries also house collections dedicated to archaeology, fine arts, palaeontology, ethnology, natural sciences and mechanics.
To complete your knowledge of the lace-makers' art, do not miss a chance to visit the Bobbin Lace Education Centre (Centre d'Enseignement de la Dentelle au Fuseau), which offers courses and workshops: this ancestral skill will be explained to you in detail, from the equipment used to the different stitches and motifs. Its exhibition rooms reveal magnificent collections of old and contemporary lace from various periods and countries.
A former royal town in Gévaudan, nestling between Aubrac and Margeride in the Colagne Valley, the town of Marvejols was rebuilt in the 17th century by Henry IV after the Wars of Religion. It's a welcoming small town, and is now listed as a place of interest by the Plus Beaux Détours de France association. Its three beautiful fortified gates from the 17th century, the Soubeyran Gate, Théron Gate and Chanelles Gate, as well as its pedestrian shopping streets, make it a pleasant place to visit.
Known as the little Versailles of Gévaudan, La Baume Castle stands at the heart of the Massif Central, at an altitude of around 1200 metres, in a wild, unspoilt setting in the commune of Prinsuéjols. A listed Historic Monument, this superb granite edifice consisting of two parts – one from the 17th century and the other from the 18th century – contains a richly decorated, Italian-inspired interior in the Louis XIV style. Furniture, wood panelling, paintings and tapestries are some of the attractions you can admire on a guided tour. You can also learn about the history of one of the most important baronies of Gévaudan!
Located in the heart of the old province of Gevaudan, near Marvejols, Saint-Léger-de-Peyre, Saint-Léger-de-Peyre, the Gévaudan wolf park gathers, on a wooded area of several hectares, more than 130 semi-free wolves from Mongolia, Poland, Canada and Siberia.
The guided tour of the park with a specialist, the walk along the route dotted with observation areas, as well as the exhibition rooms of the museum, allow to better understand the wolf, a species now protected, and to rehabilitate the image of this little-known animal so decried in tales and legends.
The Tarn and Jonte which take their respective sources on Mount Lozère and Mount Aigoual, have carved real canyons between Causses Noir, Méjean and Sauveterre thus forming the impressive Gorges du Tarn and Gorges de la Jonte.
Gorges du Tarn and Jonte are discovered by the road, the path, or the river…
Side Tarn, the descent of the Gorges in canoe or boat with the boatmen will offer you one of the most beautiful points of view on this marvel of the nature. And if you prefer to dominate this highly preserved landscape, go to the panoramas ! You also have the opportunity to fly over this immense territory in paragliding, gliding or even bungee jumping, advice to enthusiasts… On foot, the linear path of the Gorges du Tarn, along the gorges between Le Rozier and Florac on the left bank of the river and allows to discover the isolated hamlets of Sablière, Croze or Hauterives.
Jonte side, although the river is impassable, fabulous hikes on the heights, especially from the Rozier - junction of the Gorges du Tarn and Jonte - the Causse Mejean Corniche trail, allow you to appreciate the site at its just value. It is also the place of a successful reintroduction, the vultures, who had totally disappeared there. There are more than 2000 pairs of tawny vultures today. At the hamlet of Truel, the house of vultures will allow you to understand all the interest and completeness of this reintroduction.
Heritage side, do not miss the stage in the medieval village of Sainte-Enimie, "capital" of the Gorges du Tarn, ranked among the most beautiful villages in France, or the charming village of Meyrueis in the Gorges de la Jonte. Along the cliffs, you can also discover the typical villages of La Malène, Ispagnac, Quézac, Sainte-Enimie, Saint Chely Tarn, Montbrun, Le Truel, Les Douzes, …
Gorges du Tarn and Jonte benefit from a preservation operation "Grand Site National" because of their exceptional nature and the need to preserve these magnificent landscapes.
Nestling at the heart of the remarkable Tarn Gorges, the wonderful village of Sainte-Enimie, listed as one of the most beautiful villages of France, is ideal for a relaxing stroll. The
picturesque paved side streets, dotted with limestone houses and vaulted passages, the Romanesque church of Notre-Dame-du-Gourg, Burle spring, whose miraculous properties are said to have cured the Merovingian Princess Enimie in the 6th century, and the old Benedictine monastery, of which the chapel and chapterhouse remain, make it a popular destination with lovers of old buildings.
Perched on high ground around a meander of the Tarn, Sainte-Enimie makes an ideal starting point for a trip down the Tarn Gorges by canoe-kayak or a hike in the surrounding countryside, especially the craggy trail to the hermitage cave, where Sainte Enimie retired at the end of her life.
Dates for your diary: in July there's the medieval comic strip festival, with a programme of exhibitions, workshops, competitions, activities...
Located in the south of the Massif Central, the Cévennes National Park covers 321,380 hectares, stretching to the south-east of Lozère and the north-west of Gard. Its highest point is Mount Lozère, at the top of Finiels at an altitude of 1,699 metres. The Cévennes National Park is full of wild, unspoilt countryside dotted with torrents, rivers and streams, and is home to a rich and diverse range of flora and fauna, which is why it has been listed as a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve.
The Tarn and Jonte gorges, the granite massif of Mount Lozère, the Cévennes ledge between Florac and Saint-Jean-du-Gard, the caves of Aven Armand and Dargilan, the blockfield of Nîmes-le-Vieux, and the Aigoual Massif, along with the Bramabiau Chasm, the meteorological observatory site at Mount Aigoual and Le Minier Pass, are some of the wonderful sights to see here. There are also lots of great hikes, for example along the Stevenson Trail, a famous hiking trail (GR 70) through the Cévennes, which the Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson followed in Autumn 1878 accompanied by his donkey Modestine.
Don't miss the Park House, based in Florac Castle in Lozère, which provides visitors with information and documents about the Cévennes area, as well as a permanent exhibition - "Passengers of the landscape" - all about the natural environments of the Cévennes National Park.
As you travel the picturesque little roads lined with the beech and pine groves and oak groves, heather-covered moors, pastures and chestnut tree groves, you can admire the typical architecture of the Cévennes, dominated by granite, limestone and schist. You can also visit sites about the history and culture of the Cévennes, like the La Roque silk factory in Molezon, with its "Threads of Memory" exhibition about sericulture, the Cévennes Museum in Le Vigan and the Cévennes Valley Museum in Saint-Jean-du-Gard, both dedicated to the popular arts and traditions of the Cévennes... Finally, be sure to try regional products such as honey, cooked meats and Pélardon (a cheese made from unpasteurised goat's milk), as well as typical Cévennes dishes like Bajana, a traditional chestnut soup!
After an easy descent to -60 m thanks to the funicular, the visit continues on foot and takes you to more than 110 meters underground to discover an underground jewel. Passionate guides will make you discover, thanks to a lighting with changing effects, the Virgin Forest and its 400 unique stalagmites in the world. You will never forget the Great Organ, the Palm, the Turkey, the Draperies, the Jellyfish, the Vulture.... And of course the largest stalagmite known to date in a cavity fitted from the top of its 30 m.
Aven Armand is a unique and magical place... you will come out of it like a dream...
Its drapery unique in the world (2000m²), its natural colors very accentuated.
On 1 km of course in a magical world, the cave of Dargilan, classified site *** seduces by the diversity of its concretions and its natural colors (pink cave) and leaves an unforgettable memory..
A new LED-dynamic lighting allowed, while protecting it even more, to reveal this cavity with thousand colors, its hitherto unsuspected details and its grandiose volumes.
"So go see Dargilan, even if you know the most beautiful caves in Europe" wrote the founder of the French speleologist E.A.Martel.
"The theater I dreamed about" Jean Cocteau
Painting workshop for children, adults and teenagers
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The Library of the Haut-Allier, located Place de la République, offers a wide selection of books for adults and children : comics, novels, crime fiction, documentaries, tales, albums, …
You will also find a small collection of audio books and DVDs, several magazines and news magazines, as well as a free internet consultation point (landline and wifi).
A cdthèque is also set up in partnership with the association of Fadarelles.
The youth information point, also present at the library, allows to answer the many questions of professional orientations and practical life that teenagers and students can ask.
Come to meet him during the outings organized by the campsite : raptors, fauna and flora, introduction to astronomy, etc.
Rondin Parc is 8 hectares of adventure in the woods and 2 nautical bases around the lake, managed by the same dynamic and professional team.
In a beautiful site, in the heart of the Margeride that the Golden Fleece farm is located. She invites you to discover the history of a country through the visit of the park, animals and its museum. It is intended to introduce you to the world of wool production, in a department where sheep farming was a major activity in the nineteenth century. In a park of 6ha where evolve all kinds of wool animals you can approach rabbits, goats, llamas, alpacas...
Thanks to the multitude of agricultural objects and everyday life presented in the museum made a good one in the past. At the time of the transhumance, when the sheep borrowing the drailles came to spend the summer on the pastures of the Margeride.
The René Raynal cinema room is equipped with a 2D and 3D digital projector (relief) !
Passionate about sled dogs and the world of mushing, we invite everyone to discover the fascinating world of sled dogs.
Mathieu, thirty, is above all a lover of animals and open spaces. His passion for sled dogs came about ten years ago. The meeting with a Musher and a visit to Finnish Lapland to discover the great outdoors motivated him to change his life and to fully commit to his new project : "Open the first school of sled sports in Lozère". Thus, Évasion Grand Nord was born.
To meet Mathieu is to meet first and foremost a little character with a somewhat atypical background. A childhood quickly marked by the study of wild animals led him to spend 7 years of study in ecology and environment. He has traveled several countries, on several continents to study wildlife and their habitats (Europe, Burkina Faso, Guyana, Finland…). Sleigh, go-kart or simply hike, listening to him speak is a real pleasure, a moment of sharing that will inevitably bring you into his world of the far north and his knowledge of the territory that is Margeride, his little Canada, his little Lapland.
Today, Évasion Grand Nord is a small family school with about twenty dogs. Several times a year, Benjamin clerc, also a professional Musher, comes from Jura to strengthen the team. A sincere friendship based on the sharing of knowledge and the real motivation to progress every day, a little more, for this wonderful profession.
The Amarok Valley offers many adventures for young and old : between visiting the animal park, activities with dogs and nature sports, you will not be bored ! Emotions and thrills guaranteed for an unforgettable stay in the heart of Ardèche nature.
It is a singular place, unique in France, one of the most visited of the Cevennes. For over 25 years, the game, art and nature are mixed. There is play in art, there is art in the game; nature is everywhere. It is a paradise for children, but many come there... without children! More than 100 surprises, 3 to 5 hours discoveries fun, artistic, adventurous, accessible from 2 to 92 years, always contournables!
The fish that populate the 2,800 kilometers of Lozériens rivers, streams and streams are mainly salmonids, moreover, all the waters of the department are classified in 1st category and the brown trout is present everywhere. For fishing the Lozère is apart. The beauty of the natural environment, to which nobody can be indifferent, as well as the number and the diversity of the rivers make of this department one of the main French references, even European, of the fishing in river. The fishing act is above all an intimate relationship between the different elements that constitute our environment. The fisherman is a lover of our countryside and even if sometimes the story of his catches (or his muddies !) Is somewhat excessive, it reflects above all the discreet and peaceful image of the perfect agreement between man and nature.
Courses and themes days
All year round, on request we organize courses to improve on the activities !
Discover the surroundings by taking the uncrowded and winding roads directly from the campsite.
VTC are available for rent (rental for 2h, half day or day)
Our establishment is located at the start of many walks, for all levels. You will discover an exceptional fauna and flora during your escapades. We make every effort to facilitate your meeting with nature by putting at your disposal and before each departure :
1) Tips & Points of Interest on the course
2) A pair of binoculars
3) A compass
4) A detailed map of the chosen route
5) Naturalist guides (birds, butterfly, dragonflies of the region, plants, etc.)
12 circuits in the heart of Gévaudan
Rando-13 plugs on the Haut-Allier available free at the campsite
Farm visits on the territory of Langogne
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Very good value for money. Nice setting by the lake.
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Find all the themes and dates of cultural events to go out and move in Lozère : culture, heritage, festivals, concerts, shows, theater, sports events, local festivals, flea markets, street arts, conferences…
Find the agenda of events in the territory of Langogne and Haut-Allier
The cultural season of Langogne throughout the year
Festiv'Allier 15th edition from July 31st to August 3rd 2019 :
Festival of songs and contemporary music, street arts, performing arts and plastic arts. It is one of the essential inter-generational events of the Lozérien cultural landscape and affirms its place at the regional level. The Festiv'Allier takes place over four days entirely dedicated to music, street arts and culture. It is the culmination of the artistic season, a showcase to discover artists to a public in search of discovery, in a festive atmosphere. Through concerts of artists of the new French scene. This year : Kalune, Falapunk, Rage Against, The Marmots, Emilie Marsh, Merzhin, KKC Orchestra, Clara Sanchez, Archibald, The Sons of the Factor…
From July 16 to July 20,2019 : International Festival of Music, Songs, Dances and Cultures of the World : Interfolk is an international folk festival of music, dances, songs, and cultures of the world. It offers Langonese and tourists, a cultural discovery and exchanges through representations of various groups from all continents, meals with artists, educational and cultural exhibitions. Every year, more than a thousand spectators welcome us to this event, which is now a must in the cultural life of Langen. The overriding objective is to offer an awakening to people by making them discover new cultures. We regularly host national ballets or the most representative groups of their countries. This festival is organized with the participation of Interfolk International Festival of Puy en Velay.
Monday: Open 24 hours a day
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Sophie and David welcome you to their little lozérien paradise and wish you an excellent stay.
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