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Where can I have a picnic? Where can I find an electric charging station? What’s there to do when it’s raining? Where can I go with a pushchair? Find out the answers to the most frequently asked questions below. The aim? Help you with your enquiries, before, during or after your stay. Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information or if you have any other questions!
The question most frequently asked in our tourist offices!
Marlène gives you a few tips to help you understand the volcanic history of Cantal.
Find the answer to this question in our article = The Parc Naturel Régional des Volcans d'Auvergne
It’s winter and there’s no snow to go skiing?
The Cantal Volcano can be enjoyed all year round through a mountain of activities, with or without snow!
Follow us for some sound advice for a skiing holiday in Cantal, without any snow ! Please contact us! By phone, +33 (0)4 71 49 50 08
I put the little one in the pushchair and off we go to explore Cantal!
And that’s just as well, because most of our teams of Hautes Terres tourism advisors are young parents!
Here are their suggestions for walks to enjoy with a pushchair around the Cantal Volcano (tried and tested!) :
With a pushchair, you can discover our villages of varying sizes !
With a pushchair, you can discover The Lac du Pêcher, on the edge of the Pinatelle forest massif and Le Cézallier plateau, and others footpaths :
If you want to take your dog with you on a hike around the Cantal volcano, YES, but not just anywhere!
Summer grazing areas demand respect for their inhabitants.
Find here the answer to the question “Where can I go hiking with my dog?”
The fine weather is here, and so is the irresistible desire for a countryside meal?
We know exactly what you mean, so to help you prepare for your picnic, here are our favourite spots for a successful getaway!
“Where can I have a picnic on the Cantal Volcano - Our 10 most beautiful hiking trails for a picnic?”
Traditional markets (all year round)
Is the Pas de Peyrol mountain pass open at the moment?
No it's closed !
It's open to the public from the end of April to the end of october.
The Pas de Peyrol mountain pass, a road pass at the foot of Puy Mary, is accessible from spring to autumn.
Planned closing date: November, as soon as the first snow arrives on the massif.
On the road to your holiday destination or out and about in the Hautes Terres, you have an urgent need for the toilets?
On our town maps in the main towns of Murat, Allanche and Massiac, information is displayed to help you locate the public toilets.
In all the villages of the Hautes Terres, the signposting in place will help you to identify these places easily.
Four Maisons France Services centres have been set up in the Hautes Terres region, offering a fee-paying printing and photocopying service, as well as free use of computers.
On holiday, we stick to our good everyday routines: we sort our rubbish
To help you be a responsible eco-citizen, even on holiday, here are some useful links!
A big football or rugby match this evening? Where can I watch it in the Hautes Terres du Cantal?
Here is the list of bars and restaurants offering match retransmission services.
Please note: it is always best to call to check the opening times.