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Welcome to the Aveyron, a natural and authentic region

Landscapes, hikes and amazing things will be taking centre stage during your holidays at the camping La Grange de Monteillac! Fantastic scenery, extraordinary towns and exceptional nature await you in the Aveyron. Come and enjoy its wide-open spaces and breathe in that fresh air in Montpellier-le-Vieux, with its  amazing rock formations. Wander, cycle or canoe down the Gorges du Tarn as a way of exploring the department in a whole new way. While you're on holiday in Sévérac-l’Eglise, you'll be able to follow some fantastic hiking trails and set off to discover the Grands Causses, the Aubrac region and Millau viaduct.

The Aveyron is also a land of tradition, and you really mustn't go home without having tasted its famous aligot (cheese and mashed potato) or tried some Roquefort cheese when you pay a visit to their natural cellars. With sports activities, tours and all sorts of things to discover, you really won't have a chance to get bored during your stay here! 

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Roquefort cheese cellars
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Micropolis
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Montpellier Le Vieux
Montpellier le Vieux
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plateau-levezou
Plateau du Lévézou
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Millau Viaduct
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Rodez
Rodez
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Bozouls et son canyon
Bozouls
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estaing
Estaing
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Camping Laissac
Laissac
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Camping Millau
Millau
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Sainte- Eulalie-d’Olt
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severac-le-chateau
Sévérac-le-Château
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Camping Sévérac l’église
Sévérac-l’Église

Come and find out about the history and culture of the town of Rodez

During your holidays in the South of France, come and see the delightful town of Rodez, the hub of the Aveyron in the Midi-Pyrénées region. You'll be bowled over by this really dynamic town in which history and art come together. Discover its famous monuments and pay a visit to the cathedral of Notre-Dame, completed during the early 16th century and listed as a historic monument. You'll love its red steeple which reaches a height of more than 87 metres, looking out over Vieux-Rodez. It's also a town in which art is found everywhere, with all sorts of museums to visit, including the famous Musée Soulages.

Here, 500 works and documents left by the artist himself are exhibited, making for an unmissable cultural stop-off. Don't miss the other museums in town either, including the Fenaille museum, which is home to an extraordinary collection of menhirs, or the Denys-Puech museum of fine arts. One thing is for certain, and that is that your holidays in Rodez will leave you with some really amazing memories!

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