At 640 meters above sea level, between Aubrac and Margeride, stands Marvejols, important city of Lozère. Ancient royal city of Gevaudan under Henry IV, it is located near the Tarn Gorges and Causses, tourist spots.
Marvejols has an architecture marked by its medieval past, but also by the Renaissance. Narrow streets, fortified gates and other old houses are in that city program that does not lack charm and character.
Looking to the protection of the Occitan language and culture, which hosted some of the filming of 37.2 ° in the morning is an absolute must in this part of the Lozère.
Despite its recent financial difficulties, the city of Marvejols offers still an important heritage to be discovered, as well as numerous recreational sites and other places to enjoy festivities in the heart of a unique nature.