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GRAND SITE DU CIRQUE DE NAVACELLES

GRAND SITE DU CIRQUE DE NAVACELLES

The Cirque de Navacelles, outstanding in both ecological and geographical terms, is situated in the heart of the Larzac and Blandas Causse. The site is currently undergoing improvements as part of the bid for it to become a "grand site de France" a process supported by the Minister of the Environment. This listed site and area of outstanding beauty is home to a wealth of rare and outstanding flora and fauna and offers amazing and breathtaking views and panoramas.

Acces

  • Motorway - A750 dir. Millau sortie Soubès n°52
  • Road (national / local) - D 25 Soubès dir. St Maurice-Navacelles : 7km
  • Bus station - Lodève : 31km
  • Airport/airfield - Montpellier Méditerranée : 93km
  • Railway station - Montpellier Saint Roch : 89km
  • Town/village - Saint Maurice de Navacelles : 7km

Location

  • Grand site de France - Cirque de Navacelles : 0
  • Countryside - Plateau du Larzac : 0
  • Riverside - La vis : 0
  • Village - Saint Maurice de Navacelles : 7km

Address

Belvédère de la Baume Auriol
34520 SAINT-MAURICE-NAVACELLES

GPS coordinates : 43.8929917 / 3.50998219

Means of communication

Means of communication (reservation)

Handicapped persons

yes

Animals accepted

yes
Free of charge

Spoken languages

FrançaisAllemandAnglaisEspagnolNéerlandais

Laguage guided tour

Français

Languages audio guides

Français

Groups

Reception of groups : yes
Number of persons : de 10 à 120

Kind of groups

  • Students
  • Person with reduced mobility
  • Schoolchildren
  • Seminar
  • Sportsmen/sportswomen

Free admission

yes

Office de Tourisme LODEVOIS ET LARZAC

7, Place du Rialto
34700 LODEVE

+33(0)4 67 88 86 44

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Opening time

Open all year

- January to March :  tuesday to saturday  9;30am-12am & 3pm - 5pm

- April, May, June & September  : tuesday to saturday  9;30am-1pm & 2pm - 8pm

- July, August : Open everyday  9:30am-1 pm & 2pm - 6pm 

 - October, November & December : tuesday to saturday  9.30am-12am & 3pm - 5pm

Closed on 1st of November, 25th of december & 1st of january




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