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Take advantage of the festival to discover the region

A good excuse to discover the region around Millau

Visits and activities to do around the routes during the Festival des Templiers in Millau


During the All Saints’ vacation, the weather is still mild

and allows surprising colorful discoveries of southern Aveyron in general and the Grands Causses and Gorges in particular.

Laughs …

Share fun indoor activities with children & teens: Pitchou-Land playground in Creissels, Circus course with Millau social centers, Roger Julian Aquatic Center, but also Millau Bowling, Zone 360 Video games room, “Les Lumières de la Ville” cinema, Couleur Caillou climbing gym …

Emotions …

Go up to the Millau Belfry, climb the 210 steps of the Tower of the Kings of Aragon. Enjoy a 360° view of the town and the Millau Viaduct.

The Millau Viaduct: take a selfie at the belvedere on the freeway service area and visit Viaduc Expo, guided tour.

Let your imagination guide you to La cité de Pierres Montpellier-le-vieux, Europe’s largest rock chaos, on the Causse noir.

La ganterie millavoise, a must-see first stop at the Musée de Millau et des Grands Causses to understand the origins of this excellent know-how, followed by a visit to a glove factory to meet these exceptional craftsmen.

Château de Peyrelade: Plunge into the medieval world in the hollow of the upper Tarn valley and panoramic view from its dungeon-rock.

On the way to the Gorges du Tarn et de la Jonte, travel to the center of the earth by visiting Aven Armand, the Dargilan cave, or the Abîme de Bramabiau.

La Maison des Vautours: 2km from Le Rozier, see and understand everything about the reintroduction of these majestic gliders of the Grands Causses, a must-see stop.

Discover the Legend of the King of Cheeses in the Roquefort cellars

Larzac Templier et Hospitalier

When nature and history create a Treasure! La Couvertoirade, Ste Eulalie de Cernon, La Cavalerie, le Viala du Pas de Jaux, Saint-Jean d’Alcas, the fortifications of these 5 villages merge with the natural stone fortresses.

Are you accompanying a runner? The must-sees around the courses

  • Discover the secrets of the Causse Noir by visiting the almost forgotten site of the Prieuré de Saint-Jean des Balmes!!
  • Chaos, did you say Chaos? Of course, there’s the Cité de pierres at Montpellier-le-vieux, but why not go and discover, after refuelling at Saint-André de Vézines, the Chaos de Roques-Altes, shaped like giant skittles. On the Larzac, and easily accessible, the small chaos of Rajal del Gorp awaits curious visitors.
  • Wander through the narrow streets of the 3 “peyre” (=stone in Occitan) villages: Peyre, Compeyre, Peyreleau.
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  • A bucolic stroll to discover the Larzac farms and its authentic hamlets with preserved architecture, Potensac, Saint-Martin du Larzac, Montredon …

And also according to your desires…

Take themed guided tours, do the market like a millavois, participate in the Pink October walk: All together against cancer and many other things to find on your complete program.