Causses Méjean

The Causse Méjean is part of the Grands Causses located in the southern part of the Massif Central. With a surface area of 340 km², it is the highest of the Causse plateaus with an altitude varying from 800 to 1247 metres. The Causse Méjean is a limestone land with rounded reliefs, depressions and dolomitic chaos that break the monotony of this plateau.
The borders are made with the rivers which have dug real canyons: the Tarn to the north and west, the Tarnon to the east and the Jonte to the south.

The Causse Méjean is right in the middle of the Causses & Cévennes site, which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.