From Lozere, Lyon is approximately 110 miles (177 kilometers) to the northeast from here while Marseille is about 120 miles (193 kilometers) to the southeast.
In Lozere, there are many picturesque ecological reserves that are well worth seeing. Start by hiking through Gorges du Tarn or Cevennes National Park. They are among the more popular. Also check out Aven Armand and Gorges du Tarn, if you are keen to explore more of the local area’s rich ecological environs.
Among the most child-friendly attractions around Lozere are Wolves of Gevaudan and the popular Les Tortues Branchees. Don't miss the chance to visit these whacky and engaging attractions, offering smiles and laughter for the young and the young of heart.
One of the best golf courses around Lozere is Golf des Gorges du Tarn. Grab your golf bag and tee off, then end the day in the clubhouse bar kicking back with friendly locals.
The Mende Cathedral is an old religious building that has stood the test of time. Enjoy the atmosphere of this fascinating place, learn about its past and find out why it is such a popular destination for tourists.
This city is a superb winter destination, blessed with exhilarating snowboarding and skiing options. Station de ski du Bleymard Mont Lozere is home to the city’s most popular runs.
Lozere’s major heritage and cultural sights often overshadow its less renowned, but equally fascinating spots. The Grottes de Dargilan, The Grottes de Dargilan, the Pont Notre-Dame and the Gevaudan Statue are four great spots to wrap up your stay in this fascinating region.