Brousse-le-Chateau-village2picture by chantal_france

Brousse-le-Château is a fascinating and picturesque French county located in the Aveyron region, South-West of France. Some people like to refer to this medieval wonder as the most beautiful village in France. With a rich and well preserved history, Brousse-le-Château is not just a place where one can feel safe in the comfort of nature, but also a location for exploring traditions and architecture of past centuries.

And where else would nature find a better place to feel at home than in this amazing village flanked by two rivers (Tarn and Alrance) ? Dominated by a castle which dates back to the 12th century, the landscapes in this area are medievally-charming, featuring homes that preserve their ancient architecture, rocky paths and beautiful mountains.

The village can be accessed through Rodez, Millau and Albi, which are 50 kilometres away. In case you are planning a trip to Brousse-le-Château, here is a good place to get you started on finding accommodation.


picture by Jenny and Keith







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brousse-le-chateau-windowpicture by Dennis Aubrey


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