Lozere, France

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As one of France’s least populated departments, Lozere is a haven for those seeking a tranquil escape. Situated in the Massif Central region and occupying a portion of Cevennes National Park, it’s an area known for its dramatic natural beauty, where green mountains, shimmering rivers, and lush forests meet quaint villages and historic towns. There’s more to do than just gawping at the scenery however. Lozere offers a myriad of outdoorsy activities, from hiking and kayaking, to some of the best trout fishing you’ll find in France.

Things to see

Whilst Cevennes National Park is dominated by several mountains and plateaus, one of its most impressive peaks is Mont Aigoual. On a clear day, the 1567 metre summit boasts views of the Mediterranean Sea, the Alps, and the Pyrenees – and fortunately for non-climbers, is accessible by car. Situated between the communities of Meyrueis and Sainte-Enimie, the Aven Armand Cave is one of the park’s most famous attractions. Delving 100 metres underground, artificial lighting illuminates some 400 stalagmites, which rise from the ground like an otherworldly subterranean forest. The sleepy town of Mende is certainly worthwhile visit, both for its enchanting medieval quarter, and the Mende Cathedral. Dominating the town’s skyline, the grand structure houses a 12th century statue of the Virgin, as well as a collection of Aubusson tapestries. Lozere is also, mostly, home to the 53 kilometre long Gorges du Tarn. A breath-taking display of geological grandeur, the gorge forms a popular playground for hikers, kayakers, and rock climbers alike.

Hotels in Lozere

Whether you’re here for adventure or respite, there’s no shortage of hotels in Lozere’s villages, towns, and countryside to suit your needs. There’s something to accommodate all tastes here, from historic chandeliered chateaus set within elegant grounds, to locally-run full-service hotels, guesthouses, and B&Bs for all budgets. Many of the hotels in Lozere count restaurants and gardens among their amenities, whilst some offer the luxury of swimming pools, spa tubs, and fitness facilities too. Whilst you might feel a little cut off from the rest of the world, many of the department’s rooms come equipped with satellite television and WiFi to keep you connected. Les Hameaux de Lozère and Hotel Les 2 Rivesare highly recommended.

Where to stay

Above all else, Lozere is a destination for peace, seclusion, nature, and recreation. Whilst staying in the heart of the Cevennes National Park area makes the most sense for the latter, hiring a car is a necessity anyway, since most of the attractions are quite spread out. For that reason, any one of department’s idyllic communities makes an ideal base. Whilst the hotels in Lozere come well-equipped with creature comforts, those seeking more amenities should look to the department’s main town, Mende. Alongside a plethora of historic architecture, the cathedral, and 13th century Notre Dame Bridge, the quiet settlement offers plenty of places to dine and shop.

How to get to Lozere

International visitors can conveniently fly to the region via one of two gateways. Nimes Airport is the smallest, and serves a limited number of destinations including the UK, whilst Montpellier-Mediterranean Airport provides links to several major European cities, including Amsterdam, London, Paris, and Rome. As well as additional seasonal services, there are also connections to North African destinations, such as Casablanca and Marrakesh. Alternatively you can make a long haul train journey to the city of Montpellier from many places in Europe - including London - before making further transport links to Lozere.

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