Comprégnac is a town located in the Regional Natural Park of Grands Causses on the right bank of the Tarn, 12 km west of Millau.
In 1366, the castle belonged to Bertrand de Luzençon; this family melted into one of the Vezins Lévézou. There are still some remains of the castle in this village.
Valley of the right bank of the Tarn, Millau downstream, is the territory of the Causse Rouge. These terraces are favorable to growing vines for the production of the coasts of Millau, and planting truffle oaks.
Maison de la Truffe in Comprégnac:
Open from June to September daily from 15h to 19h.
Colombier 14th century Capelier ravine.
Visit Peyre, 10th village in the Aveyron having been awarded the Most Beautiful Villages of France.
Numerous caselles along the trail connecting to Comprégnac Peyre.
EVENTS AND CELEBRATIONS
Associations Day on May 1, with a garage sale.
Fair and Feast of the nose on the third Sunday of December.
ATTRACTIONS, LEISURES AND ACTIVITES AROUND
The Millau Viaduct connects the Red Causse Causse du Larzac. Two observation points can admire all the work.
Info The pavilion space at the foot of the viaduct. Dedicated to all of its construction. Access to the viewpoint: take direction in Millau Saint-Afrique.
The area Brocuéjouls: Access A75 or Saint-Germain. Panoramic view overlooking the entire structure.
Millau: the Belfry, the Museum of Millau, the archaeological site of Graufesenque.
St. Beauzély: castle of the 12th and 16th centuries, Museum of the stone trades and rural life.
The caves of Roquefort.
Cities Templières Larzac: Sainte-Eulalie-de-Cernon Couvertoirade, The Cavalry.
Micropolis, city of insects in St. Leon.
The medieval villages of the valley of the Muse: Saint-Leons, Saint Beauzély, Castelnau-Pégayrols, Montjaux.