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Le Causse de Lauriol

in Saint-Céré
  • Caesar's legions established camps there, hence the name "Caesarines" given to these rocky cliffs. This circuit allows the discovery of one of them while offering wide viewpoints.

    From the circuit of the Causse de Lauriol, the view embraces a green valley. This is the Limargue, a long fertile strip rarely more than 10 km wide which stretches from Villefranche-de-Rouergue to Turenne. This natural region, sandwiched between the causses and foothills of the Massif Central, contrasts as much...
    Caesar's legions established camps there, hence the name "Caesarines" given to these rocky cliffs. This circuit allows the discovery of one of them while offering wide viewpoints.

    From the circuit of the Causse de Lauriol, the view embraces a green valley. This is the Limargue, a long fertile strip rarely more than 10 km wide which stretches from Villefranche-de-Rouergue to Turenne. This natural region, sandwiched between the causses and foothills of the Massif Central, contrasts as much with the mineral drought of the former as with the dark elevations of the Ségala that can be seen opposite.
  • Departure
    Saint-Céré
  • Documentation
    GPX / KML files allow you to export the trail of your hike to your GPS (or other navigation tool)
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