Aubrac cows at Lac Des MoinesAubrac cows at Lac Des Moines
©Aubrac cows at Lac Des Moines |© B. Colomb Lozère Sauvage Pour Pact Aubrac
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Between lakes, waterfalls, burons and cows...

Discover the Aubrac plateau in Lozère. Aubrac, classified as a Regional Nature Park since February 2018, straddles the departments of Lozère, Aveyron and Cantal. The Aubrac plateau is crossed by Grande Randonnée (GR) trails such as Saint-Guilhem le Désert, Saint-Jacques de Compostelle or the Tour des Monts d’Aubrac, as well as a multitude of Petites Randonnées (PR) trails. This natural region is renowned for its unique landscapes, preserved heritage, terroir and traditions, not to mention its famous Aubrac cows, burons and aligot


the Aubrac plateau

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The wide-open spaces of Aubrac and exceptional natural surroundings

Along the paths and rivers of the plateau, admire a remarkable natural heritage. A land of water and granite, where rock meets lake and waterfall, giving the landscape an air of mystery. Discover the panoramas and natural sites of this exceptional land, and admire the endless stretches of grass where herds of Aubrac cows graze. In the heart of these protected areas, breathe in the pure air of the plateau. In spring, witness an explosion of color as narcissus, daffodils, broom and other flowers are reborn after the long white winter. Meet the animals that inhabit these lands, and with a little luck, you may come face to face with the deer that can be heard bellowing at dusk on autumn nights.

Cultural heritage and activities

When you visit Aubrac, you’ll appreciate a rich and authentic cultural heritage: burons and isolated farms rub shoulders with picturesque hamlets and villages. Come and meet the men and women of Aubrac and discover the traces of their past: from the small heritage to the annualtranshumance at the Col de Bonnecombe, from the history of the Domerie d’Aubrac to the charming churches and mysterious castles.

After a day of hiking, winter sports or fishing, enjoy the warm welcome you’ll receive. In our many restaurants and tables d’hôtes, you can sample the famous aligot and other local produce produced by local farmers. Whether it’s for a stopover or a longer stay, find the accommodation that’s right for you, and make the most of your stay in Aubrac!