Notre Dame de Massillergue trail
Under the porch of Coupiac church is the Romanesque tympanum of Notre-Dame de Massillergues. A little way away from the village, is the location of a church which no longer exists and where now stands a contemporary chapel. Between the two sites there is a pleasant family loop that runs its way through a green forested setting from where you never really lose sight of the castle towers!
- From the carpark of the Post Office square, walk to the entrance of the castle. Once you are in front of the entrance, walk down the street to the right.
- Once you’ve reached the square in the town centre, walk straight ahead up to the cross. Cross the street and go up the stairs.
- At the top of the stairs, turn to the left then to the right by a hairpin bend. Follow the rising path up to the road, then turn left.
- Just by the water tower, turn left. Follow the road up to the hairpin bend, then take a path on the left towards Massillergues. Follow the path up to the chapel.
- Once you’ve reached the chapel, retrace your steps back to the path you took on the way there for 160 m, then leave it and take to the right a descending trail.
- Walk along the brook until Coupiac.
Box tree moths are active from May to October. During the caterpillar phase, they feed on the leaves of box trees. They crawl down trees and move on long silken threads, although these threads are annoying when hiking they do not pose any health risk
Avenue de Lauras, 12250 Roquefort/Soulzon
Situated in the Grands Causses Regional Natural Park, the cheese village of Roquefort stretches on the hillside over the famous scree of the Combalou Rock, in southern Larzac. The village is at an elevation of 630 m and has 700 inhabitants.
The Tourist Office is open all year round:
- In July and August, Monday to Saturday: 9.30 to 18.30, Sunday: 10.00 to 17.00.
- April, May, June, September, October; Monday to Saturday: 9.30 to 12.15 & 13.00 to 17.30, closed on Sunday.
- January, February, November, December; Monday to Friday: 9.30 to 12.15 & 13.00 to 17.00, closed on Saturday and Sunday.
Getting around by bus or by train: https://lio.laregion.fr/
Carsharing: BlaBlaCar, Rézo Pouce, Mobicoop, Idvroom, LaRoueVerte, Roulez malin
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Where to sleep ?
3 sources Eco-hamlet - self-catering accommodations
The great diversity of our bedrooms enables us to offer tariffs adapted to all budgets, we also offer active and exciting holidays.
You can enjoy the 126 acres of woods and grasslands watered by several streams. Your first sauna and SPA session is free of charge.
You can also enjoy the 100 m2 recreational room, the play structure for children, the communal, associative and private kitchens, the relaxation area (sauna, SPA, fitness room and therapy practice), the launderette and the several workshops. In addition there are donkeys (to pet), the children's playground, the associative area with a lounge, a bar (without alcohol), a small area outside for smokers to use, and the market gardening with its local produce.
Things you won't find here: motocross, hamburgers, firecrackers, TV in the bedroom (but there is an associative video library).
Where to sleep ?
L'Houstalet de Loubac Holiday Accommodation - GH28
What to see
Prestigious architecture. Exhibitions about daily life in the Middle Ages. Mediaeval events from Easter to October and on reservation. Children's games, late visiting in summer.
The château presents an ensemble of rooms that enable the visitor to live out our history from the 15th to the 18th century. Numerous exhibitions enable you to discover daily life in the Middle Ages (life, costumes, calligraphy, music, games...) A game for children accompanies the visit. During summer, staged events about Mediaeval life, habits and customs. During easter and All Saints holidays, family treasure hunts are scheduled.
What to see
Rural Wood Museum