This completely renovated gîte, in the annexes of a traditional 17th century Caussenarde farm, is located in the hamlet of Longuiers, 13 kilometers from Millau, in the heart of the Grands Causses Regional Natural Park, near the ruiniform site of Montpellier- le-Vieux (The City of Stones).
On the ground floor: small kitchen, dining room, bedroom, shower room, separate toilet.
On the 1st floor: large independent living room, bedroom with shower room, independent toilets, storage/dressing room
In 2023, exterior redevelopment work will make it possible to take full advantage of the 2000 m² of land located in front of the house: construction of stone walls, planting of trees, creation of a private petanque court.
Longuiers and the Causse Noir, pearls in the heart of the Grands Causses Regional Natural Park, will not fail to seduce and bewitch you throughout the seasons.
The history of Aveyron, its preserved landscapes, its monuments, the authenticity of its traditional habitat, the diversity and richness of its heritage, its gastronomy, its flora of more than 2000 species, its fauna and its climate with different influences will give you unforgettable holiday memories of this wonderful corner of the South of France where life is good.
Privileged place to stay for nature holidays, many activities allow you to discover this exceptional natural heritage from hiking to white water sports in the Tarn and Dourbie gorges, climbing on the cliffs of La Jonte, caving and free flight for the more experienced.
But also: Millau, city of skins and gloves and so famous viaduct, the Causses du Larzac, Séverac-le-Château and its agricultural causse, the country of Roquefort, the Saint-Affricain and the Rougier, the Raspes du Tarn and the Levezou.
Near Millau, on the Causses or in the Gorges du Tarn, certain villages and hamlets (including LONGUIERS) deserve to be distinguished for their remarkable heritage.
Moreover, Aveyron has risen to the rank of the most successful departments with ten villages classified as one of the Most Beautiful Villages in France. And, on the other hand, Les Causses and the Cévennes have been listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites since June 2011.