The granite rocks of the Sidobre and the grand panoramas of the Monts de Lacaune are the wildest parts of the Tarn. In the heart of the Haut Languedoc Regional Nature Park, this land of rocks, water and history will enchant you with its legends and vast landscapes. Footpaths, villages, local cuisine and friendly encounters… you are in the land of true sensations.
Bewildering, poetic, exotic… There are plenty of adjectives to describe the Sidobre. In the very heart of the Haut Languedoc Regional Nature Park, the largest granite plateau in Europe is a paradise for geographers. But not them alone. Both the young and the old will be amazed by these gigantic stones which defy the laws of gravity. What mysteries are hidden in the Peyro Clabado? Some rocks weigh almost 900 tonnes and are miraculously balanced at more than 7 metres high! The Sidobre is made for hikers, hunters of legends, fishing enthusiasts and mountain bikers! Marvel at the magic of this landscape.
Rocks and Legends of the Sidobre
Natural Wilderness of the Lacaune Mountains
You could call it life in the open air. A wind of freedom blows at 1200 metres above sea level! Here you will find some of the wonders of nature, hidden corners to discover alone, with the family or friends. Enjoy water sports at Lac du Laouzas, play Robinson Crusoe at Lac des Saint Peyres, feast on the charcuterie of Lacaune, admire the forests, the rivers, and more. Discover the delights of cycling, canoeing, fishing and hiking far from the city.