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Françoise et Rémi Mâcon
43 Rue Notre Dame


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price from €395






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We offer a charming stone house rental in the heart of Quézac, France. This accommodation has been awarded a 3-star rating and is tastefully furnished and fully equipped to comfortably accommodate 2 to 9 guests. Quézac is a picturesque 17th-century village surrounded by meadows and gardens, just a short walk from the refreshing banks of the Tarn River, perfect for water activities and relaxation. Situated at the crossroads of the stunning Tarn Gorges and the Cevennes National Park, Quézac is nestled in a breathtaking valley. All necessary amenities can be found in the nearby village of Ispagnac, just 1 km away or a 10-minute walk along the scenic Tarn River path. For more information about our rates and additional tourist information, please visit our website:


Appréciations pour Gîte rural, 3 épis à Quézac en Lozère, Quézac:

Passez votre chemin !
Review by: Labyt, Sep 27 2021 7:20AM
Passez votre chemin !
Gite d'une propreté tres moyenne ! Wc, odeur de wc public ! Chasse d'eau ne fonctionne pas ! Lavabo fêlé à plusieurs endroits ! Au sous sol, chambre avec odeur de mazout lorsque la fenêtre est ouverte ! Poêles qui ont fait leurs temps... Location à éviter!

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  • Gorges du Tarn: Located just a few kilometers away, Gorges du Tarn is a breathtaking natural attraction known for its deep canyons, crystal-clear waters, and stunning limestone cliffs. Visitors can enjoy activities such as hiking, kayaking, and taking scenic drives along the river.
  • Aven Armand: Situated in the Cévennes National Park, Aven Armand is a fascinating cave system renowned for its unique stalagmites and stalactites. Guided tours take visitors through this underground marvel, providing an opportunity to witness impressive geological formations.
  • La Malène: A charming village nestled on the banks of the Tarn River, La Malène offers picturesque views and tranquil surroundings. Visitors can explore the quaint streets, enjoy riverside picnics, or take boat trips to discover the beauty of Gorges du Tarn.
  • Sainte-Enimie: Considered one of the most beautiful villages in France, Sainte-Enimie is located in the heart of Gorges du Tarn. This medieval town is known for its narrow streets, stone houses, and stunning views. Visitors can wander through the village, visit the ancient church, and soak in the historic atmosphere.
  • Viaduc de Millau: A marvel of modern engineering, the Viaduc de Millau is a cable-stayed bridge that spans the Tarn Valley. It is one of the tallest bridges in the world and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. Visitors can admire the bridge from designated viewpoints or explore the visitor center to learn more about its construction.
  • Château de Florac: Situated in the town of Florac, the Château de Florac is a medieval fortress that dates back to the 12th century. The castle offers panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and houses a museum showcasing the history and heritage of the region.
  • Les Détroits de Sainte-Enimie: Located near Sainte-Enimie, Les Détroits is a stunning stretch of the Tarn River, characterized by narrow passages and towering cliffs. Visitors can take boat trips or go kayaking to fully appreciate the beauty of this natural wonder.
  • Le Point Sublime: As its name suggests, Le Point Sublime is a viewpoint that offers a sublime panoramic view of Gorges du Tarn. Located near the village of Saint-Rome-de-Dolan, visitors can enjoy stunning vistas of the meandering river and the impressive cliffs.
  • Maison des Vautours: Situated in the Causse Méjean, Maison des Vautours is a visitor center dedicated to vultures and other birds of prey. Visitors can learn about the conservation efforts for these majestic creatures, observe them in their natural habitat, and even witness feeding sessions. 10. Musée des Vallées Cévenoles: Located in Saint-Jean-du-Gard, this museum showcases the cultural and historical heritage of the Cévennes region. Exhibits include artifacts, photographs, and interactive displays that provide insights into the local traditions, lifestyle, and natural environment. These attractions offer a mix of natural beauty, historical sites, and cultural experiences, making them ideal for tourists seeking diverse experiences in the Quézac area of France.