Lozère belongs to the Languedoc-Roussillon region. It extends from Provence to the Pyrenees and the Spanish border. The region boasts diverse landscapes, rich in wildlife, natural history and authentic culture.

We are located within easy access of many popular tourist attractions.

Aubrac

Aubrac is the birthplace of the famous Aubrac breeding cows.  It’s vast with grasslands, altitude basalt shelf fed rivers, lakes and waterfalls, mystical landscapes with thousands of flowers and mushrooms, and delicious aligot.

La Margeride

La Margeride is surrounded by deep forests, dotted with granite blocks polished by time.

Home to the Gevaudan Wolves Headquarters and European Bisons.

Les Gorges du Tarn

Les Gorges du Tarn, limestone land, and landscapes alive with breathtaking scenery, and a stunning natural ensemble that has an international reputation.