Gastronomy and stately architecture lift Salers into the esteem of local diners and tourists alike. Huddled against the western edge of the Monts du Cantal, Salers' 16th-century town centre glimmers darkly with a warren of lava-stone townhouses and fairy-tale towers. The town is a good starting point for rambles to Puy Violent (1592m) and Puy Mary (1787m), but hikes are generally undertaken to work up sufficient appetite for Salers beef and the local Appellation d’Origine Protégée (AOP) cheese.
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