Cévennes and Mont-Lozère
The Cévennes form a low and medium mountain range with numerous steep valleys, in the southeast of the Massif Central. This massif straddles 3 departments: the Lozère, the Gard and the Ardèche and is crossed by the rivers Tarn, Lot, Altier and Cèze.
The name “Cévennes” generally includes part of the southern plain to the southeastern foothills and especially the Alesian basin.
The marked relief of this particularly landlocked region, the harshness of its climate, the specificities of its soil, its traditions and its history make it a specific territory.
The fauna and flora have been able to be preserved and safeguarded there. Some species have been re-planted and others have returned naturally.