It peaks at 1754m and overlooks Borée and La Rochette. The huge natural barrier determines how water is shared between the Atlantic and Mediterranean. "Stocky and impassible like a bull lying in the meadow" P. d'Albigny.
The name of the Bowl of Jaujac is due to its shape which apparently looks like a drinking bowl. "It is one of the most regular Volcanoes in France, even the most perfect" (Brousse & Berger, 1967, p.3).
The former Musards gulf remaining today a small lake is a nice opportunity for a walk. The path around the lake offers a nice discovery of the fauna (information boards) and is a quiet place where to relax (picnic area, outdoor games).
Orientée Ouest-Est dans un triangle constitué au Sud par le Mont Gerbier de Jonc, au Nord par le suc de Sara et à l'Ouest le village et le lac de Saint martial, la vallée du Pradal est protégée par son accès unique.
These 215 steps stairs cut in the volcanic rock will lead you to the plain of the Vernède, it also allows you to reach the old abandonned village called Fargebelle before descending to the natural site of the Pont du diable.
The Tanargue massif, which culminates at almost 5,000 feet, overlooks the entire Pays Beaume-Drobie. This vast crest of granite which stands out in the landscape takes the name ‘Tanargue’ from the protohistoric era.