On the agenda:
- Hikes galore: on foot, horse or bike, on way marked footpaths or following random trails, maybe also on the ancient paths used by children on their way to school, enjoy the varied landscapes where fauna, flora and legends still prevail. The Beast of Gevaudan is still roaming the land.
- The ecomuseum of Margeride bears witness of the life of local men and women, and of their know-how : Pierre Allègre’s farmhouse in Loubaresse, Clemence Fontille former schoolhouse in Signalauze and the garden of Saint-Martin at the medieval tower in Ruynes en Margeride.
- Canoeing, sailing, fishing and other water sports on the lake of Garabit-Granval.
- At the equestrian centre in Ruynes in Margeride, you’ll enjoy the vibrant show of the Diego n 'Co troupe. The equestrian acrobats never end to surprise their audience by offering each season a new production around horses.
History of Mont Mouchet with its National Monument to the French Resistance and its museum. From one speech buble to another, two cartoon characters tell the adventure of men and women who fought for our freedom during World War II.
"Human genius at work" with the Garabit Viaduct, big brother of the Eiffel Tower, bathing in the dam waters of the Truyère. To see even at night!
In Loubaresse, La Ferme aux Fromages (cheese farm) and Les Ruchers de la Margeride (beekeeping farm) tell the story of farming, past and present, and of the tasty local produce.
Fruit tree grafting in the spring, book fair on July 14th every summer, blueberry festival in August, mushrooms in September, pumpkins and other tales in late October and for Christmas ... Ruynes combines pleasure and know-how to be shared by all.
A land ready to welcome the visitor.