Cottages Lozère

This department is located in the south of France and has many beautiful places where you can enjoy nature in one of the holiday homes via Nature.house. Lozère has an area of 5167 km2 and has over 80,000 inhabitants. Are you looking for a holiday home in the nature of Lozère? Lozère is one of the least populated departments of France and you will always find a quiet place here when you stay in one of the holiday homes in Lozère. In Lozère, nature is protected in many places and in 1985 part of Lozère was declared a world reserve of the biosphere by Unesco. Besides the beautiful and special nature, Lozère also offers beautiful villages and art historical areas. 

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169 Nature houses

This department is located in the south of France and has many beautiful places where you can enjoy nature in one of the holiday homes via Nature.house. Lozère has an area of 5167 km2 and has over 80,000 inhabitants. Are you looking for a holiday home in the nature of Lozère? Lozère is one of the least populated departments of France and you will always find a quiet place here when you stay in one of the holiday homes in Lozère. In Lozère, nature is protected in many places and in 1985 part of Lozère was declared a world reserve of the biosphere by Unesco. Besides the beautiful and special nature, Lozère also offers beautiful villages and art historical areas.

Extensive highlands in Lozère

In the far west of Lozère you can find holiday homes in the vast highlands. The basaltic Aubrac, an immense high meadow plain, feeds on rivers and lakes. Take a walk through the beautiful rolling landscape of rounded mountains with meadows, grasslands and heath lands. Stay in one of the holiday homes via Nature.house and enjoy walks, ski tours or try to catch a fish in one of the many waters that can be found here. In this area you can encounter almost 2000 different flora species, which especially in the spring for a special image.

The Gorges du Tarn

Are you looking for a holiday home in an area with an international reputation? Visit the Gorges de Tarn and de la Jonte. The river Tarn rises at 1600 meters above sea level on the Mont-Lozère and in the many thousands of years has eroded a deep gorge between the high plains of Méjean and Sauveterre. In this deep gorge, with sometimes walls up to 500 meters high can be, you will find many beautiful cottages. Enjoy this part of Lozère in a holiday home is a piece of special nature.

Chestnut forests in Lozère

Located south of Lozère and protected by the National Park are the Cévennes. The Cévennes are covered with chestnut forests, through which crystal clear streams meander in the deep valleys. Enjoy all the beauty that this region has to offer in a gite. In the course of time, many mulberry trees have been planted for the breeding of silkworms. Enjoy the contrast between the hard life in the mountains and the softness of the Mediterranean climate.