La Lozère, formerly the province of Gévaudan, is in the south of Massif Central, the "lung" of Languedoc.
When you explore La Lozère, you will discover the delights of nature at its most unspoiled face and enjoy an outstanding experience in the heartland of France.
A protected wild area of 550,000 hectares (1,358,500 acres), La Lozère offers an unrivalled setting for sports and activities.
Ideally situated in the heart of Lozère, land of contrasts, Mende offers a unique point of view upon the richness and the diversity of its patrimony.
The old capital of Gévaudan receives you from Lyon, Marseille and Toulouse (3 hours by car), and from Clermont-Ferrand and Montpellier (less than two hours by car).
Here, it is surrounded by the high meadows of Aubrac and Margeride and opens its doors on the Gorges du Tarn and the Parc National des Cévennes.
We suggest you to set off to explore a unique natural region, listed Grand site, for a weekend or a longer stay.