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Fishing in Auvergne

Fishing in Auvergne

Whether you are a beginner or an expert fisher, Sancy, with its quality waters, will offer you superb fishing spots. Calm rivers, mountain torrents, peatlands, lakes… you’ll have your pick!

There are various fish populations in the Sancy: predatory fishes (pike, zander, perch), salmonids (rainbow trout, arctic char…), but also whitefishes (roach, tench…). Our small stars are the arctic char and the brown trout.

To be noted: a fishing permit is mandatory in the Sancy massif. You can find it on Internet (www.cartedepeche.fr ), but also in many shops of tourist information centres of Besse, Super Besse and Mont-Dore. Holiday permits (7 days) and daily permits are available.

By following this link , you’ll find all fishing sites in Sancy massif.

On foot or on a mountain bike, discover our many trails!

On foot or on a mountain bike, discover our many trails!

By now, you got it… Auvergne has countless sites to discover! It’s impossible for us to list here all the hikes, paths or walks in the Sancy massif.

Whether you want to enjoy them alone, with your family, on a bike, on foot or on a pony, there are over 600 km of marked trails waiting for you!

Horizon

Horizon

The event Horizons was created in 2007, with an objective to invite all of us to discover the natural heritage in a differet way. For a few weeks, the Sancy massif becomes a land for contemporary creation. Every year, a dozen of original and ephemeral pieces is created by international artists.

Our great spaces offer the art pieces, outstanding places for self-expression, where plastic arts, architecture, design and landscape meet.

By highlighting contemporary art in Auvergne and in the Sancy massif, Horizons is a national and international event. With an environmental approach, Horizons enable artists to bring their own outlook on the Auvergne territory.

Edition#12: mid-June 2018 to mid-September 2018

Parc Animalier d'Auvergne

Parc Animalier d'Auvergne

What better way to enjoy the beautiful sunny days than to go for a walk among the animals ?

In Ardes-sur-Couze, the Parc Animalier d’Auvergne is home to 350 animals of 65 different species, including a couple of red pandas Ibet and Limeï, Dondon and Tsavo, African lions, five species of lemurs and Canadian wolves.

It is possible to feed them since this year !In 2018, the Park received two new species from Asia: dholes, adorable wild dogs, and three kulans, wild donkeys from Asia. Mamaki, a Kordofan’s giraffe, joined Johari and Zaïd, the two Rothschild’s giraffes in a new and huge African plain, where they are cohabiting with zebras and cobes.

Also new this year, the Himalayan Express Train makes it easier to reach the summit of the Park.