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This department located in the south of the central massif (region Midi-Pyrénées) of France is named after the river of the same name that flows through the area, namely the Aveyron and has many beautiful places where you can enjoy nature in one of the holiday homes via Nature.house. In addition to the river Aveyron, the Tarn and Lot rivers also flow through this department. Aveyron has an area of 8735 km2 , there live over 280,000 inhabitants and between the cottages that can be found here is something for everyone. In Aveyron there are countless footpaths and roads to be found, so there is a good chance that you can find a nice footpath at your holiday home to enjoy the surroundings.
Natural Park Les Grands Causses
Located in Aveyron is the natural park Les Grands Causses. In the area you can find many beautiful gites from which you can visit this park. If you are looking for a heather landscape, lawns and rock formations, then Aveyron is a good place to visit. The park covers almost one third of Aveyron, so you never have to travel far from your holiday home to visit this beautiful landscape.
Lake of Pareloup
In Aveyron you can find many holiday homes around the lake of Pareloup. This immense lake is located between Millau and Rodez. From one of the holiday homes at this lake you can go for a beautiful walk over the hills, through the woods and the green meadows. You can also enjoy the sun and the water on one of the many beaches around this lake. Are you looking for activities on and around the water? That plenty present in Aveyron, including canoeing, windsurfing, pedal boats and much more. The lake is also known for its waters rich in fish, where you can fish for pike, trout, perch, zander and roach.
The caves of Roquefort
The most famous caves in Aveyron are the Roquefort caves where the famous cheese of the same name is ripening. Visitors who have a holiday home in the Aveyron are therefore advised to visit these caves. This underground maze where all the cheese is ripening was created after the collapse of the mountain Combalou. These caves are ventilated by 'fleurines', which are natural cracks in the rock walls. Are you looking for a holiday home in Aveyron? Be sure to visit the Roquefort caves and enjoy the delicious cheese that ripens in these caves.