Things to see and do - Laguiole
Laguiole Travel guide
Laguiole : Michelin's recommendations
In a green and tranquil landscape, the slate roofs of this town spread across an Aubrac hillside. The name originally derives from the Occitan word glèisa (“church”), which has evolved through La Gleizolle (“little church”) and La Glaiole before finally becoming Laguiole (pronounced “layole”) The town still has busy cutlers’ workshops; don’t miss the museum of cutlery, forged objects and cutting tools.
17, allée de l'Amicale. F - 12210 LAGUIOLE
The l’Aubrac hôtel restaurant name is inspired from its beautiful surroundings to offer you an authentic feel. With modern comforts, the traditional colours, spirit and friendliness will make every day a holiday.
Le Combaïre F - 12210 Laguiole
Set in a former farmhouse, Hôtel Auberge du Combaïre is located in the heart of Aubrac. It offers a garden, a lounge with stone walls, touristic material and a TV. Free Wi-Fi access is available in common areas. All of the rooms have a private bathr..
2, allée de l'Amicale. F - 12210 LAGUIOLE
Located in Laguiole, in the heart of Aubrac, this house was a stopover for travellers and traders before the war. In the 50s, it became a hotel. It has been operated for three generations by the Auguy family, who sold it to us in 2010. The hotel is ..
espace Les Cayres F - 12210 Laguiole
rte de l'Aubrac F - 12210 Laguiole
Aubrac, Aubrac... This magical restaurant is a fabulous showcase for the culinary ingredients produced in the area. The style of the Bras father and son team is to get to the heart and soul of their ingredients. Take the gargouillou - one of the high..
2 allée de l'Amicale F - 12210 Laguiole
The restaurant is well known in the region and made a new start in 2010, under the direction of an enthusiastic young chef. Bringing to bear finesse, good ingredients and a desire to please, he carefully crafts flavoursome dishes.