The volcanic stone and the granite of the Margeride, real gifts of nature, have shaped the architecture of highland towns and villages: “burons” (mountain stone dwellings used during the spring and summer transhumance for cheese making and shelter), traditional farm houses, churches, chapels, bread ovens, medieval crosses…

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Village de Ruynes en Margeride

Ruynes-en-Margeride

Historic site and monument

Saint-Flour

Saint-Flour

Guided tour and/or with commentary

Village de Chaliers, dominant la Truyère

Chaliers

Historic site and monument

Thermal town of Chaudes-Aigues

Chaudes-Aigues

Historic site and monument

Saint-Urcize, beautiful heritage in Aubrac

Saint-Urcize

Historic site and monument

Saint-Just, village typique de Margeride

Val d'Arcomie

Historic site and monument

Village typique d’Orcières

Neuvéglise-sur-Truyère

Historic site and monument

Pierrefort, a mountain market town

Pierrefort

Historic site and monument