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3 ideas of digestive tours: a good walk after a good meal !

Be it a Christmas feast, a nice Easter table, agigantic summer barbecue or a “simple” aligot (enjoyable all year long!) : digestion can sometimes be a little rough…

The idea of a 25 km long hike may not sound very appealing to you, but surely, you’d like to go get some fresh air and enjoy the beauty of Haute-Lozère landscapes? Here are three ideas of small digestive walks to go on after a big copious meal!

The small tour of les Tourbières de Lajo

This nice little tour at the departure of Lajo will make you discover the ever-fascinating world of the peatlands. Small pontoons built along the circuit will allow you to get a closer look of the surrounding nature… without getting your shoes soaked!

  • Is that a tour? Yes
  • Length: 3 km
  • Duration: 1h30

The +: an intact flora | a restful quietness | A clear view of the Plomb du Cantal during the second half of the tour | the possibility to make this tour a 6 km long one, if you’re in! Get all the information here.

“A good idea to make the kids (and the grown-ups!) frolic”

The historical tour of Malzieu-Ville

Once you followed this especially intense historical circuit, the small medieval city of Malzieu won’t hold any secret for you! Thanks to a total of 28 informative panels and suggested stops, this tour will make you go through the hotspots of the local history of the “Pearl of the Valley”– eventful history, to say the least. Psst! A “kid” version of this tour is available at the Tourist Information Center (departure point of the circuit), so don’t be shy and go get your own!

  • Is that a tour? Yes
  • Length:  2 km
  • Duration: 1h

The +: those pretty little medieval streets are a must for photoshoots | the center’s small shops (pottery, leather handicraft, tea house…) | the sight upon the village center, from the Bodon tower (accessible on opening days of the Tourist Information Center). Get all the information here !

“ A nice tip to stretch your legs… and your brain!”

The tour of Serverette & Cagnot’s necropolis

Starting from the function room of the charming little village of Serverette, you’ll have a choice between three different paths to reach Cagnot’s necropolis, an archeologic site situated on a private land – but still freely accessible all year long. On the way back, why don’t you make a stop by La Vierge au Rocher ? The Virgin Mary faces the village of Serverette, and an information panel will help you to understand how this small Margeride town bloomed out.

  • Is that a tour? Yes
  • Length:  3,5 km
  • Duration: 2h

The +: a longer tour for those who’d like to walk a bit more| the sight from La Vierge au Rocher | the discovery of Cagnot’s hidden necropolis, nestled in its greenery frame.

“A beautiful emulsion of nature & heritage!”