Supervised by your state-certified instructor, who will show you the best viewpoints, you’ll ride along magnificent paths, all effortlessly! He’ll also give you his best technical advice to make the most of this ride!
A lunch break is a must. Discover the famous capucins filled with Aveyronnais products that carry the colors of Aveyronnais gastronomy high, and promote all the small local producers. Now it’s time to hop on your electric scooter to Peyre, a troglodyte village listed as one of the Plus Beaux Villages de France.
Curled in a curve of the Tarn, Peyre is made up of stone houses and cascading alleyways. An ancient Romanesque church, carved into the cliff, offers a unique and exceptional viewpoint over the Viaduct.
A short stroll on foot as you stroll through the cobbled lanes: flower-filled terraces, “baume”which here serves as a village hall, bread oven, rekindled every year for the village fête. And above all, 2 churches, dedicated to St-Christophe, including a remarkable semi-troglodytic fortified church, opened daily by a village resident.
Built on a resurgence, a former sacred site of a pagan cult, Peyre’s Romanesque church was equipped with a defensive system during the Wars of Religion and a refuge room for the inhabitants. In summer, it hosts exhibitions by local artists and craftsmen.