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La Fage

 

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Un petit coin de France

 

Two gites in the hamlet of La Fage, in the department of the Aveyron, located in the Midi-Pyrenees, South-West France . Surrounded by beautiful open countryside, this is the perfect place to unwind and explore.

 

The Aveyron is the largest department in the Midi-Pyrenees and is home to 10 of the designated  "Most Beautiful Villages in France", more than any other department. With it's numerous medieval chateaux and  stunning Knights of the Templar strongholds, it's famous for Roquefort cheese, Laguiole knives and the incredible Millau viaduct, the largest road bridge in the world. 

 

 

 

The region's landscape changes with every turn of the road ... from deep river valleys and undulating hills to views of nearby mountains, and covers the lower valley of the Lot, the Marcillac valley, and the gorges of the Tarn and Aveyron rivers.

 

You can enjoy a walk on the path of the French Resistance, canoe through the gorges, sit on the banks of the River Aveyron fishing, or take a more relaxing horse ride through the vineyards of the Marcillac valley ..... the choice and enjoyment is endless. 

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The medieval bridge at Belcastel

 


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An aligot artsan at work!

   

 

There are plenty to restaurants to choose from to suit all tastes. Ranging from the small family restaurants serving only seasonal food that they have grown themselves in their back garden and to the more salubrious michelin star restaurants of Belcastel and Laguiole.  

 The regional food of foie gras, aligot and stockfish is a must to be tried or, if you fancy something bottled, you could always pop into a wine cave for a snifter or two!

 

 

This is a truly unspoiled and undiscovered corner of France.....  

just waiting.......

 

To enquire please click below. 

  

 lafage.harding@gmail.com

 

 or call

Lynne and Gary Harding

                      

Tel:  + 33 (0)5  65  64   13  26

Mobile: + 33 (0)6 65 50 95 37