A safe haven…
Come join us to recharge your batteries in unspoiled nature and recharge your “batteries” in the calm of green landscapes and isolated valleys.
The Mas du Coupétadou is in the Cévennes National Park ,
with within reach 1,500 km of marked trails and 2,700 km of 1st category watercourses, not to mention exceptional fauna (2,410 species) and flora (2,656 species).
The landscapes of the Causses and the Cévennes have been listed as a Unesco World Heritage Site as living cultural landscapes since June 28, 2011. The chosen perimeter covers nearly 3,000 square kilometers.
By including the Causses and the Cévennes on its list, the organization is recognizing an “evolving and living cultural landscape”, a first. Hilly lands that men have shaped through gathering, breeding and farming for more than 4,000 years. The exceptional character of the humanized sites of the Causses and the Cévennes, this particular balance between man and nature, the concern to combine protection and development, have earned this space its integration into the world network of UNESCO biosphere reserves. since 1985.
The site constitutes a landscape of mountains woven into deep valleys which is representative of the existing relationship between agro-pastoral systems and their biophysical environment, in particular through drailles or transhumance routes. Mont Lozère, part of the site, is one of the last places where summer transhumance is still practiced.