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At the heart of Aveyron and perched atop a mount is Rodez, one of the "Grand Sites of the Midi-Pyrenees" (Grands Sites Midi-Pyrénées). The most beautiful landscapes in the region spread out at its feet. Bordered by two vastly different regions - the arid plateaus of the Causses on one side and the humid hillocks of the Ségala on the other, the two-thousand-year old town invites you to stroll along its cobbled roads and explore its exceptional past and heritage.
Must-sees include: the historical centre of the town, with its lanes and medieval buildings, Notre-Dame cathedral, a Gothic masterpiece with its superb bell tower, which features delicate sandstone lacework, the Soulages museum, which opened in 2014 and houses the world's largest collection of works by painter Pierre Soulages (who was born in Rodez), the Fenaille museum, which is considered one of the most beautiful archaeological museums in France, the Musée Denys-Puech, a fine art museum dedicated to modern sculpture, and many more.
Set aside time during your stay with us to visit Rodez, which has been designated a "Region of Art and History" ("Pays d’Art et d’Histoire"). Less than an hour away, the town beckons you to explore its impressive cultural heritage - and you will find refuge and quietude in the evening back at the Château de Creissels.
Thanks to its exceptional natural environment and undisputed reputation for its art de vivre, Millau is a tourist destination that is loved by all.Millau
Near the hotel, Millau and its viaduct, which has now become an integral part of the Aveyron countryside, Rodez and its Soulages museum...The unmissable sights
This blue-veined cheese, full of character and prepared exclusively using raw sheep's milk, is a joy for gastronomes the world over.Roquefort