Aubrac is the southernmost of the volcanic massifs of Auvergne, this basaltic plateau extends over 3 departments: Lozère, Cantal and Aveyron. Aubrac peaks at 1469 meters at Mailhebieu’s signal. Above 850 meters, Aubrac is a huge pasture populated by herds in the summer. In addition to breathtaking landscapes, Aubrac has a very varied flora with more than 1000 species, the most famous is the “Aubrac tea”.

 

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Margeride is the largest granite massif in Europe, it extends over three departments: Lozère, Cantal and Haute-Loire. Margeride has an immense natural wealth that the population has been able to profit from for a very long time. Here, everything is in granite: farms, houses, fountains, bridges, towers, ramparts, crosses…

 

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