- guide to Lozere
- towns in Lozere
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- Lozere Tourist Attractions
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Lozere tourist informationwhere to go - what to see - what to do
The Lozere department covers the southern part of the Massif Central, including the mountainous regions of Aubrac, la Margeride, le Gevaudan and the Cevennes.
The climate is harsh in the winter but has milder summers.
However, the dramatic, limestone Tarn gorges attract tourists to the area each year.
The Lozere prides itself on local specialities such as 'La Pouteille', a rich dish of beef and pig's trotters or 'L'Aligot', mashed potato with liberal amounts of crushed, fresh garlic!
- Cevennes National Park - the second largest national park in France, the Cevennes is a walker's paradise. Cross-country skiing is available on Mont Aigoual in winter - horse riding in the summer.
- Fishing for relaxation - La Margeride - to the southeast, the streams and rivers of the Margeride area provide the ideal setting for trout fishing.
- Mont Aigoual - the highest summit of the Cevennes gives views from Mont Blanc and the Alps to Canigou in the Pyrenees, and the Mediterranean.
- Florac - the 13th century chateau de Florac was rebuilt after the wars of religion and is now home to an exhibition on the Cevennes National Park.
Logis De France Chez Camillou
( Hotel )
10, Rte Du Languedoc Aumont-Aubrac 48130
At camillou: a hotel restaurant near Aubrac, ideally situated between "le Midi" and Auvergne at 35 minutes from the North of ...
Hostellerie Du Villard
( Hotel )
Le Villard Le Malzieu-Ville 48140
The hotel is located in the heart of the Lozère region, away from noise and stress of big cities, 2 kilometres from the medie...
( Hotel )
- Meyrueis 48150
Located in the peaceful setting of a 6-hectare private park, Château d’Ayre welcomes you in a historic 12th-century building,...