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To the east of Clermont-Ferrand lies the Parc Naturel Régional du Livradois Forez, connected by the River Dore.
Here you will find a region of herbs and trees, traditions and skill, formed by the nurturing water of the numerous sources.
The landscape does not want to be understood immediately but is so diverse and beautiful. Here too, Roman art offers a veritable abundance of churches and buildings.
With its many hiking and mountain bike routes, it is a great place for nature lovers of all ages.
Come discover and enjoy.
Billom, Ambert, Le Puy and Velay are just a few medieval towns that are worth a visit.
On the market day it is bustling with life, the smells of the local specialties spread in the air.
Scattered in the landscape are the countless castles and Romanesque churches.
West of Clermont-Ferrand 80 sleeping volcanoes of the Puys chain rise above an area of 40 km² From the summit of the Puy de Dôme (1.465 m), the chain of the Monts Domes reveals its stately and mysterious character. Here every volcano uses its charm to harvest admiration.
Beautiful view on the Puy de Dôme
Le Verveil, Auzelles
Billom, medieval town
Point of view "Pic de la Garde"
The village Auzelles with it's fortified church from the 13th century
Castle of Mauzun
The l'Ance valley
Ambert, medieval town