and Naussac Lake
Located above the large Lac de Naussac, Langogne stands at the frontier with the Occitanie Region. In the Middle Ages, ramparts were built around the town, protecting a 12th-century church, a monastery and a covered market. You can still make out the shape of these town walls, even if certain towers were long ago turned into inhabitants’ homes, and it’s possible to walk around the remnants of the ramparts, on the outer side or on the inner side. Also visit the Musée de la Filature, on popular art and traditions, especially weaving.