Aumont-Aubrac

 

Aumont-Aubrac is a village situated in North-West Department of La Lozere, between two great natural regions : the granite mountain range called Margeride and the famous basalt plateau of Aubrac.

 

The municipality includes six villages : Aumont-Aubrac,Le Fau-de-Peyre, Javols, La chaze-de-Peyre, Saint-Sauveur-de-Peyre and Sainte-Colombe-de-Peyre

 

In 1997 they became the Communauté de Communes de la Terre de Peyre.

 

Access

 

By the road

Toll-free motorway A75 RN9-D987, 6h from Paris, 1h30 from Clermont-Ferrand, 2h from Montpellier and 3h from Lyon and Toulouse. 

Arriving from southern France, you’ll have to take Exit #36 – Arriving from northern France, please take exit #35.

 

By train or bus

The Aumont-Aubrac station is on the Béziers – Millau – Clermont-Ferrand line.

53679  Please note that wherever you want to go, you’ll have to take a train (sometimes a bus) to one of these destinations. You can’t buy a ticket directly at the station because there are no employee to welcome you there or any ticket machine to collect it. You must print your ticket in advance or ask to the tourist information to do it (0,30€/sheet).

 

Your holiday stop-over on the A75 in La Lozère Department.