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Between Aubrac and the Margeride

Welcome to the Aubrac region, the hidden gem of the Lozère!

Located in the south-central Massif Central, between the mountains of Auvergne and the Cévennes, Aubrac is a remarkable volcanic high plateau which extends over three departments, Lozère, Cantal and Aveyron.

By staying at Chez Camillou, in Aumont-Aubrac, you are 1 hour 15 minutes from Clermont Ferrand via the A75, in Lozère, a rural department which has a lot to offer. The region reveals an exceptional and preserved natural setting.

By taking the many marked trails including the famous Saint-Jacques de Compostela route , you will cross picturesque villages with cobbled streets and charming stone houses and will be able to observe and visit numerous castles, Romanesque churches and museums. The Aubrac can also be discovered through its gastronomy and its renowned specialties such as aligot, pounti or Laguiole cheese.

Aumont-Aubrac is also on the border with the Margeride, a region full of wealth and marked by the famous legend of the Beast of Gévaudan. Just a few kilometers from Aumont-Aubrac, discover the authentic and medieval villages of Margeride, or immerse yourself in the legend by going to the wolves of Gévaudan.

Do not hesitate to ask us, we will be happy to advise you on the discovery of our region which is full of treasures.


A huge high-altitude meadow, Aubrac is nourished by rivers and lakes.

Land of traditions known for its cows, its transhumance and its aligot to be enjoyed in a mountain cabin.

Also enjoy the hiking trails including that of Santiago de Compostela.


The Margeride

A land of granite, the Margeride has immense meadows, sparkling lakes and beautiful forests.

This is where the Gévaudan wolf park and the European bison reserve are located.



Aumont Aubrac is well known to pilgrims going to Santiago de Compostela.

Village of 1200 inhabitants at 1000m altitude, located in the heart of the Massif Central between Aubrac and the Margeride.