Attractions

Top Choice Bridge in Millau

Aire du Viaduc de Millau

The gravity-defying Viaduc de Millau toll bridge hovers 343m above the Tarn valley, making it one of the world’s highest road bridges. At its northern end (in Brocuéjouls, about 5km west of the centre of Millau), th…
Top Choice Cave in The Grands Causses

Aven Armand

Within the cavern of Aven Armand is the world’s greatest concentration of stalagmites, including a gallery of stone columns known as the Forêt Vierge (Virgin Forest). Colourful illuminations create an eerie atmosphe…
Gorge in The Grands Causses

Chaos de Montpellier-le-Vieux

Situated 18km northeast of Millau, overlooking the Gorges de la Dourbie, this maze of canyons was formed by countless millennia of water erosion, which has created more than 120 hectares of tortured limestone format…
Museum in The Grands Causses

Maison des Vautours

Birdwatchers won't want to miss the Maison des Vautours, just west of Le Truel on the D996, where a population of more than 200 reintroduced vultures now thrives on the sheer limestone cliffs. You can watch the bird…
Tower in Millau

Beffroi de Millau

The defining landmark of Millau's historical centre is this medieval 12th-century-built square tower topped by an octagonal 17th-century bell tower. It's a 210-step climb to the top for panoramic views of the town, …
Cave in The Grands Causses

Grotte de Dargilan

Just south of the Gorges de la Jonte, Grotte de Dargilan is known as La Grotte Rose (Pink Cave) for its rosy colouring. The most memorable moment of the one-hour, 1km tour through this vast chasm with plenty of stal…