Here are a few key figures representative of our region.
You will discover that three administrative regions + three departments = one region - the Aubrac !
Covers 2500 km²
6 inhabitants per km2
3 departments (Aveyron, Cantal, Lozère) and 3 administrative regions (Midi-Pyrénées, Auvergne, Languedoc-Roussillon)
Very varied flora considered to be among the richest in Europe
1000 m above sea level on average
1439 m above sea level: highest point in the region
3 long hiking trails passing through the region (GR65-Via Podiensis, Tour of the Monts d'Aubrac and Road to St Guilhem)
3: is the number of stars achieved by Michel and Sébastien Bras for their cuisine
1120: first construction at the Aubrac monastery-hospital
25 May: traditionally the date when the herds of Aubrac cattle go to their pastures in the medium mountains
13 October: traditionally the date when they come back down
1828: Installation of the first cutlers in Laguiole
1840: Addition of the punch to the Laguiole knife
1880: Addition of the corkscrew to the Laguiole knife