Discover the heritage elements linked to pastoralism

Shaped for centuries by agro-pastoralism, the Larzac and the valleys at its foot (Dourbie, Sorgues and Cernon) are full of buildings linked to livestock farming. Take our bush roads and stony paths to discover them:

- lavognes: pools collecting rainwater to water the sheep,
- jasses: vaulted stone sheepfolds,
- cazelles : shepherd's shelters built of dry stone,
- caussenard farms with cistern roofs,
-
drailles: paths used by the sheep to go to the fields,
- buissières: paths dug in the boxwood to protect themselves from the sun and wind.