This 18th century private mansion, which was previously a trading house, has preserved its columns and arches… Today it houses the Tourist Office.
17 Rue Droite, 12100 Millau, France
Standing 42 metres tall, this double-towered structure is the architectural emblem of Millau. The square tower (12th century) symbolises the King of Aragon. The belfry is the representation of authority in the 17th century.
3-1 Rue du Beffroi, 12100 Millau, France
The 19th century Halles de Millau, inspired by the Baltard Pavilions in Paris, are still home to the town’s covered market.
50 Place des Halles, 12100 Millau, France
Previously a cemetery, this is Millau’s oldest town square! Justice was dispensed here in the Middle Ages. It used to be called Place Mage and has been the market square since the Middle Ages.
7 Place Maréchal Foch, 12100 Millau, France
Built in the 11th century, this church derives its name from a relic (a thorn from Christ’s crown of thorns). Its Toulouse-style bell-tower dominates the town square.
3 Place Maréchal Foch, 12100 Millau, France
The 19th century Halles de Millau, inspired by the Baltard Pavilions in Paris, are still home to the town’s covered market. This classical style 18th century private mansion was built by Julien de Pégayrolles. Today it houses the Millau Grands Causses Museum.
13 Place Maréchal Foch, 12100 Millau, France
The «House of the People» was inaugurated in 1905 and was a social life and workers’ hotspot in Millau. Today it is the town’s theatre
39 Rue Claude Peyrot, 12100 Millau, France
La place s’ouvre sur les principales artères de la cité contemporaine.
8 Place du Mandarous, 12100 Millau, France
This bridge dates back to the 12th century and is one of the oldest bridges in Rouergue. Only 2 arches survived the flood of 1758.
27 Rue Antoine Guy, 12100 Millau, France