Mende, Coeur de Lozère
Lot, wild and scenic, rises on the southern slope of the mountain of Goulet in Lozère, it then becomes more majestic as it passes through the capital of the department: Mende. The simple and discreet character of this city looks like what the great characters of its rich history have wanted to do it, a city with medieval charm nestled around its Gothic cathedral. Built by Pope Urbain V, it symbolizes the omnipotence of bishops and recounts the origins of Mende who grew up around the tomb of Saint Privat with the pilgrimage. Its sacred heritage offers visitors a heritage and traditions to meet. Country town, it offers a plethora of outdoor activities as well as festive and popular events reflecting a taste of the festival.