Tourism - Lozère

Lozere is a French department that is part of the Languedoc-Roussillon region. It is surrounded by the departments of Cantal, Haute-Loire, Ardèche, Gard and Aveyron. The main cities are Mende and Florac.

Among the remarkable sites not to be missed are the Archaeological Museum of Javols, The ‘Cham des Bonbons’ (a concentration of megalithic monuments). The Gévaudan wolves: a natural park that shelters more than hundred wolves of Siberian, Mongolian, polish and Canadian origins. The ‘Belvédère des vautours’: a site located in the heart of the Lajonte gorges that shelters vultures living in the chalk cliffs. The Przewalski horses: one of the last breeds of wild horses on earth, living on the Causse Méjean. The Spa resorts of Bagnols-les-Bains and Chaldette located in the heart of Aubrac, l’Aven Armand, the Dargilan Caves, the ‘Chaos de Nîmes-le-Vieux’ and finally, the Gorges of Tarn.

The most popular festivals happening each year in Lozere are: The ‘festival international de cinema’ in Vebron, the ‘Festi'Val d'Olt’ in Le Bleymard, the ‘Prolog festival’ in Florac, the ‘festival des nuits du Dahu’ in Bleymard and the festival of Langlade in Langlade-Brenoux.

Top tourist cities in Lozère


Tourism Mende

Mende, long episcopal city dominates the upper valley of the Lot, punctuated by charming villages which have kept their wealth vernacular ovens with great architecture, "ferradous", and some interesting churches like the Roman de la Rouvière. Above, the ...

Must : Cathédrale Notre-Dame-et-Saint-Privat


Tourism Florac

Florac is a French commune, located in the department of Lozere and the Languedoc-Roussillon.Les Gorges du Tarn. Sights The Cevennes National Park. The Cham of Bondons. The Rock of the Fairies. Large Causses.