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 :


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.