VisitDiscover the surroundings Discover the surroundings A treasure with a backdrop of greenery and limestone cliffs, the Millau Viaduct blends perfectly into the landscape. Nestled in the heart of the Grands Causses Regional Natural Park, it provides a striking contrast between modernity and ancestral customs. In 2011, UNESCO added the Causses and the Cévennes to the World Heritage List. The Millau Viaduct then became one of the gateways to this landscape shaped by Mediterranean agro-pastoralism. While the structure is now the key attraction in the Aveyron department, it also has a major role to play in tourism for the entire region, which is full of gems... While visiting, why not to explore the surroundings, the Gorges du Tarn, the regional natural park, the Grands Sites, etc. Getting Around ViaductMillau, at the heart of the Grands CaussesAveyron, a land of emotionsGrands Causses Regional Natural ParkDiscover the Midi-Pyrénées RegionGrands Sites of the Midi-Pyrenees Millau, at the heart of the Grands Causses At the 4-star Millau Tourist Office, discover the city of leather and gloves, the confluence of two rivers. Find out where the Roquefort cheese cellars are, the Causse du Larzac, the Gorges du Tarn and the Gorges de la Dourbie... Sports enthusiasts and thrill seekers won't be disappointed either! Aveyron, a land of emotions Here are just a few of the points of interest in the Aveyron: the road to Santiago de Compostela, the Templar villages, Conques, Roquefort, Rodez... Culture, heritage and activities for all ages... everyone's expectations are sure to be met in this land that is focused on the future, just like the Millau Viaduct! Grands Causses Regional Natural Park It is here, at the "crossings", that the story begins. In the Palaeolithic, when hunter-gatherers used to shelter beneath the cliffs. The limestone plateaus were convenient stopping points, between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean... Discover the Midi-Pyrénées Region Open spaces, small picturesque villages, rivers and canals, southern-style cities... Midi-Pyrénées is an invitation to the pleasures of exploring. Between the Atlantic and the Pyrenees, the region is made up of eight departments. Grands Sites of the Midi-Pyrenees Midi-Pyrénées has 26 major sites that are symbolic of the region's identity, culture, heritage and landscapes: civil engineering structures (such as the Millau Viaduct and the Canal du Midi), remarkable towns and villages (like Toulouse, Lourdes, Albi, Conques and Rocamadour), as well as historical and natural sites.