Nasbinals Aubrac village.The Aubrac village of Nasbinals.
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Nasbinals is a charming little village on theLozèreAubrac. Considered the Aubrac’s main stopping point, the village is made up of sturdy houses built of granite and basalt stone. All year round, Nasbinals is a popular destination for hikers on the Route de Saint-Jacques-de-Compostelle, the Tour des Monts d’Aubrac

A village

A deep-rooted heritage

You can’t pass through Nasbinals without stopping off at theEglise de Sainte-Marie de Nasbinals. With its octagonal bell tower, colorful materials, ribbed vault and statue of Santiago de Compostela, this superb dark granite architectural ensemble is one of the finest examples of Romanesque art in Aubrac and on the route to Santiago de Compostela. Nasbinals is also close to the Chemin de Saint-Guilhem le Désert and the Chemin d’Urbain V.


Landscapes, gastronomy and activities

In the heart of theAubrac region, Nasbinals and its surrounding area will seduce you with its rich landscapes: a vast, high-altitude plateau covered with immense pastures that merge with the sky. This land of basalt, shaped since the end of the Tertiary era by volcanic eruptions, stretches as far as the eye can see. Rounded mountains covered with pastures, meadows and moors are a reminder that the Aubrac region is steeped in ancient traditions. The region is famous for its Aubrac cows, tome cheese and aligot, but also for its many activities: hiking, mountain biking, fishing, horseback riding, spa treatments, cross-country skiing, Nordic hiking, snowshoeing… and its rich heritage.

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