Quézac is a 17th century village surrounded by meadows and gardens, known for its sparkling spring water. It is ideally located for every activities: bathing in the Tarn river or in a swimming pool, canoe/kayak, outing and hiking, picking mushrooms, climbing, biking, caving, horse riding, canyoning, via ferrata, paragliding, fishing, pétanque…

The valley benefits from a warm and sunny microclimate which fostered agriculture development. You will find around the village many orchards and vineyards from which the delicious wines of Ispagnac are produced: the Gabalie and the Cabridelle.

The lodge is the starting point for many discoveries. During the spring, you can find morels and wild garlic (said „bear‘s garlic“). In the summer, the desertic immensity of the Causses, the majestic depth of the Gorges du Tarn, the intense beauty of the Mont Lozère  and the Aigoual mountains graciously invite you to explore them.

To plan your holiday in Lozère: