Millau - Le pont Lerouge et le vieux Moulin © Eric Teissedre


Where the rivers Tarn and Dourbie meet at the foot of the Causses, Millau harbours both treasures and savoir-faire. 


Make the most of your stay in Montpellier with a visit to Millau in Aveyron — just one hour’s drive away.

Renowned for its ceramics in Roman times, then capital of glove manufacture in the twentieth century, Millau is today, thanks to the stunning viaduct which dominates the town, a symbol of technological excellence.
For more information visit the Millau tourist office website

Millau Grands Causse

The Larzacoffers a multitude of places to visit and explore, such as its Templar and Hospitaller towns and villages.

Between Millau and Albi, the Tarn and its tributaries cross Roquefort country, with its mosaic of landscapes and colours.

The Lévézou plateau

On the road to Rodez, the Lévézou plateau conceals many treasures, such as the typical village of Saint-Leons, which now houses the Micropolis, city of insects.

St. Beauzély and Montjaux provide, with their architectural and natural heritage, an environment worthy of a film set.

The 'Lévézou' plateau, is ideal for swimming, with the large lakes of Pareloup, Pont-de-Salars and Villefranche-de-Panat.

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