Hotel restaurant Le Pont-Neuf
Saint-Affrique - Aveyron

Hotel** restaurant "Le Pont-Neuf "
in Saint-Affrique

In the "Grands Causses" Natural Park

Located in the south of Aveyron department, in the "Grands Causses" Natural Regional Park, Saint-Affrique city enjoy a great location, a few kilometers of many essential places like the cities of Roquefort or Millau.

The differents access let you go on the roads and enjoy many great landscapes and wildlife.

Many remarkable sites as The Most Beautiful Villages of France, little cities full of character, natural place like "Gorges du Tarn " are in our page "TOURISM" .

Heart of the city

It's in the heart of Saint-Affrique city that the hotel**-restaurant "Le Pont-Neuf" welcome you all the year.

Saint-Affrique is a city crossed by Sorgues river, and have five bridges to move from all the blocs around. From historical bridges to the recent ones, there are their names: "le pont Vieux", "le pont Neuf", "le pont du Centenaire" (ou des Frères), "le pont Ferroviaire" and "le pont de la Résistance1".

Cultural social life in Saint-Affrique

With some little theater : "Le Petit Carré d'Art" or "Le Caveau"; musical fridays, his producer market on saturday morning, his Puppet SpaceMemory House, his cultural program, his cinema, Saint-Affrique welcome you all the year for all of this festivities.

Many reasons to come and come back in Saint-Affrique.

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