Points of interest: Discover Europe’s largest rocky chaos by miniature train
Guided tour of the workshops at the Maison Fabre. Demonstration of the various stages in the manufacture of a glove.
Based on know-how developed and preserved over several decades, the glove-making workshop created in 1924 by Etienne Fabre, entered squarely, in the early 2000s, the very closed circle of artisans of luxury and fashion.
Access to the boutique with a wide selection of gloves at manufacturer’s prices and sales of leather goods, skin garments and leather accessories MILLAU,
“Ville d’Art et d’Histoire”
Continue your discovery of Millau in the heart of the old town …
Let us tell you about Roman times, when sigillated pottery from the Graufesenque was exported as far away as Pompeii, then about the excellence of its glove-making tradition and its megisserie, which made it prosperous.
Free time in Millau’s historic center.
Pass through the weekly market, Place Foch.
The gourmet showcase of a territory, the market is a must-see for Aveyron locals. Under the multicolored canvases, strolls and anecdotes of the week are in full swing.
Continuing on the Causse Noir via the famous Côte de Longuiers offering magnificent views of Millau and its viaduct.
Breakfast in the heart of the Causse Noir – in a country setting, 1km from the site of La Cité de Pierres – Montpellier-le-Vieux, the inn offers many home-made products.
Discover by little train the Cité de Pierres – Chaos rocheux de Montpellier-le-Vieux in the heart of the Causse Noir. An unusual universe of strangely shaped rocks sculpted by water, wind and time.
Continue through the Gorges de la Dourbie and its picturesque villages and return late afternoon to Millau.
Return to your hotel. Dinner and overnight accommodation.