iscovering the Gorges of the Tarn, there is an enchanting journey of almost 80km between Florac and Millau, wedged between Sauveterre and Méjean Causses.
The surprise will be for you at every moment, with each turning : here a rock with a mushroom shape, there an imposing cliff covers the houses over up, here a pebble beach levels in the middle of Tarn's waters, there a picturesque village emerges from the foliages, seeming to hide from that high perched castle, dominating its rock proudly...E
ach one can go through the Gorges at its own tempo.
First of all, the road of the Gorges skirting right bank offers a varied landscape. The narrow hiking trail located on left bank, at foot of the rock face, will make you feel, on a finger touch, the power, the majesty of the Gorges. As for the descent by small boat or by canoe, it will offers to you a particular vision of the Gorges, sometimes soft, sometimes chaotic, but always rhythmed by the subtle lapping of the running waves.
Throughout Tarn, sumptuous landscapes alternate with astonishing villages and picturesque castles. The abrupt limestone walls, whose colors oscillate between gray and ochre, are overhung by rocks with notched forms.