In Cantal each village has its own character and unique charm. You’ll love the volcanic stone used to build the houses, their stone slab rooves, the narrow streets of the mountain villages all with stories to tell, and not to mention the authenticity of the local inhabitants and their warm welcome. Learn all about the villages in the Carladès area and see which one is your favourite.

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Badailhac

Badailhac

This village is on a high plateau formed by the same lava flow that formed the Col de Curebourse.

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Cros de Ronesque

Cros-de-Ronesque

The name of the village originates from its position at the foot of the Puy Maurenc ("cros" means "dip" in Occitan).

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Jou Sous Monjou

Jou-sous-Monjou

This village is especially known for its church that is listed as a National Historic Monument.

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Pailherols

Pailherols

This charming mountain village has lots for visitors to discover. It is particularly famous for its annual Cheese Festival, Fête des Fromages de Tradition held during the first weekend in June and that attracts many visitors.

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Polminhac

Polminhac

This little village has a lot of charm. You will be surprised by the number of castles and manor houses in and around the village, the best known of which being Pesteils Castle that stands proud above the village.

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Raulhac

Raulhac

As you stroll around the village, admire the superb houses and their stone slab rooves that are so typical of this area.

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St Clément

Saint-Clément

This unspoilt village is located at the spring of the River Goul and overlooks a beautiful lush valley.

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St Etienne de Carlat

Saint-Étienne-de-Carlat

The village is located between the two valleys of the River Cère and the River Goul. The village is dominated by the majestic Carlat basalt rock table.

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St Jacques des Blats

Saint-Jacques-des-Blats

The position of this village makes it the ideal destination for hikers. Many marked-out trails here will take you to some of the magnificent sites in the Massif Cantalien such as the Puy Griou or the Plomb du Cantal.

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The hamlet of Les Chazes

Saint-Jacques-des-Blats

The mountain hamlet of Les Chazes is nestled at the foot of the Puy Griou and is home to some beautiful examples of traditional farmhouses and houses. If you are a lover of architectural heritage and in search of beautiful scenery and viewpoints, Les Chazes is the perfect destination.

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The hamlet of Les Gardes

Saint-Jacques-des-Blats

Set high up on the south side of the Plomb du Cantal, this hamlet has lost none of its authentic charm. At an altitude of 1 200 m, the hamlet has a splendid vantage point over St Jacques des Blats and the valley of the River Cère.

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The hamlet of Niervèze

Thiézac

Come for a stroll around the hamlet of Niervèze situated at the very heart of Cantal’s great volcano. The hamlet is beautifully preserved and as you admire the communal bread oven, the thatched roof houses and the watermill, you’ll feel like you’ve taken a magical step back in time!

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