Sites to go and see




Temple, ancient door and church


The way of “jasses” : Many jasses (sheperds shelters) and the menhir statue of the Soulière


The church of Salvergues built in 1829

The ruins of the church Saint-Pierre of Espinouse built in the 12th century – Undergoing restoration works

The Saint-Martin-du- Froid chapel

The source of the Agout river


The mill of Nougairol : Roof covered with slatestones, béal and water retention area.

Saint-Eutrope chapel : Built on a rocky peak and located on the  northen slopes of the Espinouse mountain (a free shelter for pilgrims).

The bread oven of Fagairolles : The former castélas

The belvedere (lookout) of the Mounis cross

The cliffs of Orques

The pass of the Espinouse : Belvedere and information point


The path of Cahus : Two  16th century castles, including the castle of Calvayrac La Tourette also named the Barbacane (Barbican), that had a defensive function during the wars of religion .


The « palhièr » (barn-stable) of Prat d’Alaric and its woven broom roof – A registered site  «Maison de Pays ».
600 m from the village on the D169 road towards Lake of Vésoles.

The menhir of Picarel : A menhir-statue about 2km far from the village on the D169 road toward Lake of Vésoles then turn right (at the road sign).
There are other menhir-statues too.
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The millenium beech 
300 m far from the village, on the D169 road towards Lake of Laouzas – Lacaune.

The pedagogic circuit “The strengh of water” 


La Fontaine des Pisseurs : Finished in the 16th century, the “Fontaine des Pisseurs” symbolises the thermal past of Lacaune. It is a listed historical monument.
4 km far from Lacaune, on the D 622 road, towards Murat-sur-Vèbre.

La Pierre Plantée (standing stone) : One of the highest menhir statue in Europe, listed historical monument in  1883.
4 km far from Lacaune, on the D 622 road, towards Murat-sur-Vèbre.

La Salvetat-sur-Agout

Saint-Etienne-de-Cavall chapel : To go back through 1000 years of history about La Salvetat. Discover this medieval  monument, its anecdotes, its legends and its famous black virgin.

Menhir-statue and fountain of Couffignet


Saint-Etienne church : Since the 12th century, the church has welcomed pilgrims on their way to St-Jacques of Compostelle.

Castle of Canac : The ruins of this feudal castle, overhanging the village, are quite remarkable remains. Walk around the ruins of the castle (historical and architectural explanatory boards).

The tower of Boissezon of Masviel : Have a look at his ancient tower, last remnant of the feudal castle that overhanged the houses.


The frescoes of the church : Dare to enter the church to admire the bright frescoes painted in June 2005 by Michaël Greschny.

Open all year long
In summer, concerts on some Fridays

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The lime kiln of Fourcaous

Bread ovens of Rouvière and of Salvaget : The « jasse » of the castle and two « jasses » ont theroad of  St-Jacques going through the village.

Narulle water mill : Known as soon as the 15th century and always in use as it was with its millstones and its « roudet » (horizontal wheel), between Nages and La Trivalle.

Visit on prior appointment and according to the animation agenda

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The fountain of the “pigeonnier” (dovecote) : A Roman fountain  formely located under a dovecote, with cross-ribbed vaults and many crosses.


Fontaine de Roucoules : A mysterious fountain from the 16th century, registered as historical monument.