This volcanic plateau, softened by the millennial erosion of the glaciers, offers a relief with undulating curves. To explore Aubrac is to discover a diversity … To observe the clear water which weaves its way between the basaltic rocks, to see the blocks of granite which adorn the fields, to listen and to feel the abundant flora and fauna. The forests of yesteryear have given way to vast pastures welcoming the beauties with naturally made-up eyes. Pastoral activity has continuously built and maintained the walls, traced the land, designed the drailles … These large spaces are punctuated with burons, these...
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