Since January 1st, 2017, Aumont-Aubrac is part of The new municipality Peyre-en-Aubrac (with Fau-de-Peyre, Javols, La Chaze-de-Peyre, Ste-Colombe-de-Peyre et St-Sauveur-de-Peyre). Discover below each village of Peyre en Aubrac
Altitude : 1050 m ; Pop. : 1136 inhab ; Surface : 2653 ha
In August, 2002, Aumont-Aubrac was the 12th village of France to obtain the label «Village étape». Learn more about the label : http://www.village-etape.fr/en/le-label/
Attractions in Aumont-Aubrac
The house of the Priory (seat of the actual Tourist Office) is a 1684 building restored in 1990. Visit its beautiful vaulted cellar and exhibition hall.
The Church Saint-Etienne (XII) rebuilt over the centuries.
The Mysterious Stone carved into a cross, some say it is a Christogram, others a Celtic cross or a swastika.
The Public Garden built in 2011 with children’s recreation area, greenery theater, picnic area under a giant sequoia…
The Statue of the Gevaudan Beast above the fountain in the Town Hall Place. This legendary beast hit our region from 1764 to 1767, killing more than 100 people.
- Truc del Fabre : a giant statue of Christ and a panoramic view of the village.