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Millau
Interesting
Millau The Essential
Interesting
Millau has gained an international reputation thanks to its elegant viaduct, which holds the world record for the highest pier. Over the centuries, the town grew prosperous thanks to its pottery, then its tanning and glove-making. Today, Millau is worth a visit for its combination of cultural heritage and open-air activities. The proximity of the Gorges du Tarn and the Causses is the guarantee of an unforgettable experience for hiking, water sports and hang-gliding enthusiasts.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Millau
Millau Viaduct
Millau Viaduct
This spectacular multi-cable-stayed
60 minutes
Museum of Millau and the Grands Causses
Museum of Millau and the Grands Causses
Vases of all periods from the Gallo
90 minutes
Passage du Pozous
Passage du Pozous
An old 13C fortified gate giving access
30 minutes
Tour des Rois d'Aragon (Beffroi de Millau)
Tour des Rois d'Aragon (Beffroi de Millau)
The belfry is all that remains of the
30 minutes
Lavoir de L'Ayrolle
Lavoir de L'Ayrolle
This 17C wash house has a semicircular
15 minutes
Graufesenque Excavations
Graufesenque Excavations
With an extensive reputation throughout
30 minutes