There are lots of outdoor activities in the area : 250km of marked footpaths and tracks for walking, mountain biking, horse or donkey rides, orienteering, trail-running, fishing, caving and treetop adventure trails.
Numerous qualified monitors and guides offer different outings and visits. The amazing Cascade de la Vis (waterfall), Moulin de la Foux (mill and waterfall) , Belvédère de la Baume Auriol(viewing platform) are in the immediate vicinity of the Cirque de Navacelles. A little further away : La Grotte des Demoiselles (cave), l’Abîme de Bramabiau (cave), l’Observatoire du Mont-Aigoual (weather station), la Couvertoirade (village), le Prieuré Saint-Michel de Grandmont (priory), le Musée de Lodève (museum), le viaduc de Millau (viaduct)…
The Cirque de Navacelles can be visited at any time of year. Each season has its own special charm : flora and fauna in profusion in summer, colours and tranquillity in winter, our advice is to try all four !
How and when to come to the Cirque de Navacelles
The Belvédères de Blandas (viewing points) are freely accessible all year round. The Visitor Centre is open from 1 March to 30 November. There are 2 car parks and the facilities are accessible to people with reduced mobility. The site is just 3 minutes from the village of Blandas. In summer, a shuttle service runs from Le Vigan to the Belvédères de Blandas and the hamlet of Navacelles. Daily bus services from Nîmes and Montpellier to Le Vigan with liO bus company. For further information, please contact the Visitor Centre at Blandas (Tel : 09 62 64 35 10), the Visitor Centre at La Baume Auriol (Tel : 04 67 88 86 44), or the Office de Tourisme Cévennes-Navacelles at Le Vigan (Tel : 04 67 81 01 72)."