Gîtes couleurs et pierres

Sévérac d'Aveyron

-The Castle
The hillock of Sévérac, inhabited since prehistoric times, is 817 metres high and reveals a magnificent panorama of the surrounding landscapes. The castle has belonged to several families, the Sévérac, Armagnac then the Arpajon. The latter had a Renaissance style castle built, visible on the Southern facade. The battlements, curtain wall, watchtower, chapel, kitchens are as many testimonies to past times to discover and explore.
-The archaeological museum
The archaeological museum was opened to the public in 1997. Here you can see objects of daily life found in the high valley of the Aveyron river that range in age from 300 000 BC to the 16th century!  A visit there takes you on a journey through time to admire the vestiges of the last hunter gatherers and the first cultivators, and also of the builders of dolmens. 
-The medieval city
-The house of Consuls
-Jeanne’s house, a 16th century house
-The vaulted fountains tour
-the spring of the Aveyron river
-The sound and light display at the castle

Municipal swimming-pool

-Private castle
-‘Les Passes’ :  for a picnic by the edge of the Olip river
-La Cisba lake
A real beach for young and old ! The ideal place to relax, lifeguard on duty, public toilets, picnic area, a restaurant is open in season.



Laissac and Laissac Market



Each Tuesday morning you can discover the distinctive atmosphere of France’s second largest livestock market, on Laissac’s « foirail » (marketplace).  Laissac is an essential stop for buyers and sellers of livestock in Southern France, and throughout Europe. 
Discover the Bourines domain, with its 12th century castle,  and vast agricutural complex.
Municipal swimming pool

Visits less than 1 hour away
The cottages offer peace and tranquillity. Situated in the Grand Causses regional park, between the valleys of the Lot, the gorges of the Tarn river, the plateaus of the Aubrac and the Lévézou…
There are countless visits and activities in the vicinity