Aubrac und Margeride

 

Entdecken Sie Aubrac und Margeride, zwei große Naturgebiete im Norden von Lozère, einem Departement, das seinen natürlichen Reichtum bewahrt hat.


 

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”.

 

Villages nearby

 

 

 


 

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…

 

   Villages nearby