Our hotel is located in Séverac-le-Château,
near Millau and Rodez,
in Aveyron (12)

Click on the following links to discover what to see and what to do, here or around.


Notre-Dame de Lorette Chapel

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Séverac Castle

Sevérac mount picks at 810 m above the sea level, offering a gorgeous view on the surrounding plains. Above the upper valley of Aveyron, it formerly permitted to watch for approching ennemies, far away. Its fortified castle belonged to several families : the Séverac, the Armagnac and the Arpajon. Nowadays, it belongs to Séverac municipality. Built on the slope of mount, the medieval town was protected by fortifications, and 4 fortified gateways. Two of them strongly stood up through centuries. Through streets, you can see medieval half-timbered and corbelled houses, with tours. Discover St-Sauveur church, Jeanne’s house, and the romanesque fountain.
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Dolmens house in Buzeins

Exhibition site of dolmens, and about life during prehistoric times.
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Rallye des Cardabelles

French gravel rally championship yearly stopover
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Jean le Foll’s legend

130 walk-on actors, volunteer residents for a 1 h 40 show, in Séverac Castle’s court of honor
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Weekly market

Thursday morning, place de la gare – in front of the station
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Sentier du Berger – Shepherd’s path

On the way to pastoral traditions of Aveyron « causses »
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Discover the farming and farm cheese,,

Jeanne’s house

The oldest house of Severac.
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Viaduc’s Motorcyclists

The association raises funds dedicated to the struggle against cystic fibrosis. This event gathers french and international motorcyclists, for a week-end long tour in Aveyron. The main moment of the event is the spectacular passing of all motorcyclists on Millau’s Viaduc
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Hiking and biking trails

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Camel riding

ferme de la blaquière
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Maison des Consuls – Consul’s house

One of the most beautiful house of the medieval city
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Musée archéologique – Archaeological museum

Back to Prehistory !
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Sources de l'Aveyron – Aveyron’s source

Formerly names Les Douze – « the twelve » -, all the little sources are supplied by a main one, the Cabuzelle source. It starts from the East of Severac, and finishes in Tarn river, near Montauban, after a 250 kms way, with a 57 m³/sec speed. Cisba lake is fed by several sources, coming from water infiltrations in schistose rock, running through limestone stratums. Revealed by building arrangements, sanitary facilities, a car park, and lightening. Water activities : pedal boats, canoe, supervised bathing, snack bar, pic-nic area, dine and dance, night parties.
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Activities in Gorges du Tarn et Millau

  • Rail-bike on a closed railway
  • Microlight Flying over Millau
  • Karting, quad
  • Paintball
  • Bungee jump, rock-climbing, via ferrata, speleology, canyoning
  • Tree climbing, tree trails
  • ...

In the heart of Tarn gorges and Jonte gorges, the cave hosts the tallest world-known stalagmite (30 m) , and a immense room which could host Notre-Dame-de-Paris, for its spectacular dimensions.
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Roquefort caves

Société, Papillon ou Coulet, discover the history of a famous cheese, and all maturing stages during the visit of the caves.

Grands Causses Natural Regional Park

Exeptional natural sites and landscapes to discover through hiking trails, informative and pedagogical trails.

Millau Gloves factory

Come to Causse House to discover how, from eleven centuries, gloves masters fashion the most prestigious gloves in the world.
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La transhumance

It’s the periodical cattle migration, a tradition in Aubrac. Listen to the story, taste the local food, meet local people
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Insects’ city is a leasure park near Millau, a pedagogical and funny place, where you can learn about insects and their natural environements, through 15 areas. Open from the end of February to Novembre.
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Sheep’s world, in Saint-Affrique : in a traditional sheepfold, learn more about sheeps and their world, through each of your senses.
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Grotte de Clamouse

Large cave, known for its variety of calcite and aragonite cristals
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Le Belvédère des Vautours – Vulture’s lookout

From Jonte Gorges, with a museum with exhibits and shop, and an observation platform.
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Montpellier le vieux

Walk in a rocky world, with strange figures, naturaly shaped in the grey Causse noir’s rock
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Larzac Reptilarium

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Grotte des Demoiselles – Ladies’cave

Fairies’ cave, one of the most famous natural caves.
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Les Bateliers du Viaduc – Viaduct’s boatmen

Sail in a small boat to discover banks and gorges of Tarn river, and the Millau Viaduct.
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Noria, the water house

In Saint-Jean de Bruel, the old watermill was restored to host 1000 m² of exhibit areas, through 20 rooms, to know everything about water.
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Viaduc de Millau – The Millau Viaduct

The cable-stayed bridge spans the gorge valley of the Tarn river, it’s the tallest bridge in the world, with one mast's summit at 343.0 metres.
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