Tourism in Aveyron
Our holiday cottages are at the heart of the Ségala, wich means "rye" in the local Occitan dialect,
an area that spreads from the west of Aveyron to the north of Tarn departements
Le Bouyssou is ideally located near many sites of interest for you to discover and enjoy during your stay.
Albi : a UNESCO World Heritage site, a fascinating medieval town built in a unique southern
French Gothic style (Cathedral, Toulouse Lautrec museum, shopping...)
Cordes, a picturesque medieval hill-top village, sometimes above the clouds and dominating the river valley
Najac, Belcastel : explore the castles ans cobbled streets of these medieval villages,
designated amongst “the most beautiful villages of France”
Also don't miss the Bosc Castle where the famous painter Toulouse Lautrec spent his childhood.
The Viaur valley : numerous hiking trails, fishing, nautical sports…
Milla viaduct, Roquefort, Gorges du Tarn, Gaillac, Marcillac...
Every year, the local gastronomy is one of the most popular of the International Agricultural Show
in Paris.There is indeed a lot of choice : Aligot, tripous, farçous, “gâteau à la broche”, Roquefort,
the cheese of Laguiole, soupe au fromage, fouace, échaudés
and let’s not forget wine of Gaillac and Marcillac
You can also meet growers and producers at the local markets and farms
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