Take the time to visit the sites and monuments of the territory of the Bastides and Gorges of Aveyron. Can't choose? Follow our selection of sites and take advantage of discount offers.
The Multisite Pass, how does it work?
A full price entry to one of the following three sites:
Offers you a preferential rate in the 5 sites below:
Upon presentation of the ticket for the first visit. Offer valid for 7 days from the first purchase. Remember to keep your ticket.
The sites giving you access to the Multisite Pass following the purchase of a
full price entry
Prehistoric cave (Foissac)
The prehistoric cave preserves footprints, objects and burials left by our ancestors 5000 years ago. These archaeological remains have been studied and preserved in place in an impressive setting along an underground river. From the beginning of April to the end of October
Chartreuse Saint Sauveur (Villefranche-de-Rouergue)
The Chartreuse Saint-Sauveur is a masterpiece of Flamboyant Gothic art from the XNUMXth century. The monastery houses exceptional rooms, including one of the largest cloisters in France. From early April to early November
Royal Fortress (Najac)
Dating from the 6,80th and XNUMXth centuries, the royal fortress of Najac is an extraordinary example of medieval military architectural genius. The intact dungeon houses XNUMX meter arrow slits, unique in the world. From the beginning of April to the end of October
Partner sites offering you a reduced rate on presentation of the full price entry ticket from one of the sites above
House of Photography – Jean-Marie Périer (Villeneuve-d'Aveyron)
Installed in a 190th century residence in the heart of the bastide, Jean-Marie Périer's exhibition presents on three levels 1960 photographs of the stars of the 1970s and XNUMXs. From the beginning of February to the end of December
Tour Soubirane (Villeneuve-d'Aveyron)
A remarkable defense structure and a true urban symbol, the Soubirane tower was the main gateway to the bastide. Equipped with a stunner, a double portcullis and battlements, it now houses temporary exhibitions. From the beginning of February to the end of December
Chapel of the Black Penitents (Villefranche-de-Rouergue)
Behind a relatively sober classical-style façade, the Chapel of the Black Penitents houses an interior decor of exceptional richness. Dating from the XNUMXth and XNUMXth centuries, the building is a jewel of Baroque art. From early April to early November
Fortified abbey of Loc-Dieu (Elbes)
Built in luminous ocher sandstone, the abbey of Loc-Dieu has a Gothic church, a cloister and buildings fortified in the XNUMXth century. Its unusual aspect of a fortified castle in the heart of a romantic park housed the Mona Lisa during the Second World War. From early July to mid-September / Visit the park all year round
Governor's House (Najac)
Completely renovated, the Governor's house was once used for royal administration and commercial activity. It now houses the Interpretation Center of the Architecture and Heritage of the Bastides of Rouergue presenting the characteristics of the territory. From the beginning of April to the end of October