Your location is located in the Aveyron (to give you an idea: the department of the Aveyron is situated 600 km perpendicular to Paris). But you are also just a stone's throw from the department of the Tarn and not far from the departments the Lot et the Tarn et Garonne. So you can enjoy all the beauty of these four departments.

The department of the Aveyron is known as the land of the 100 valleys. Along the way you enjoy the many beautiful views, the small but also large rivers and picturesque villages. From your accommodation you can make great day trips to many famous French tourist towns:
Najac is known as one of the prettiest villages in France with a large Bastide at the top. Cordes sur Ciel is one of the best kept villages in France with a Tuscan landscape. Sauveterre-de-Rouergue include a beautiful courtyard where you can enjoy the local cuisine every Friday in summer.

Especially recommended is a visit to Albi with its great cathedral and the museum of Toulouse-Lautrec, Rodez, with its beautiful park and town center and Toulouse, the Paris of the South. In these 3 cities it is also very nice shopping and cafes pecking.

For the sports enthusiasts among you, the area offers all the possibilities of your holiday:
Beautiful hiking trails, beautiful ponds, canoeing, for experienced cyclists much height, hang gliding and you want all sporting activities together, it can be to Cap'Decouverte in Carmaux, an old coal mine on 650 acres where a park was created with almost all sports to practice, such as skiing (largest artificial ski slope in Europe), snow-board, cable car, mountain bike trails, skate park, roller skating, karting, water skiing, water slides, adventure trail, paintball, giant trampolines etc.

And for wine lovers:
There are two districts that are definitely worth to visit. You can taste and buy, and find a good price / quality ratio. Here you will find honest wines without the commercialism that has struck.

At ± 85 km in Millau you find one of the highest bridges in the world. After a visit to this bridge, it is also worth to go to Roquefort-sur-Soulzon to do and see how the famous French Roquefort blue cheese is made.

In May begin the first village festivals. Every weekend, you can visit somewhere a real French village festival. If you prefer, flea-, antiques-, or ordinary markets, then you also come to the right place, because in the season there is always a market to visit.

More tourist information can be found at the following sites: