Larzac

Larzac

The Causse du Larzac is a limestone karst plateau in the south of the Massif Central, France, situated between Millau (Aveyron) and Lodève (Hérault). It is an agricultural area, where sheep are bred to produce milk for Roquefort cheese.

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La Roque-Sainte-Marguerite
... it also incorporates the village of Pierrefiche du Larzac, which lies much higher on the Causse du Larzac (Larzac Plateau), at about 670 metres above sea level ... On the Causse du Larzac, the villagers of Pierrefiche were shepherds, bringing their ewes' milk to the village dairy to make cheese for the world ...
Terrasses Du Larzac - Production Zone
... The Terrasses de Larzac area is in the north of the Hérault department ... The Causse du Larzac runs along the entire northern boundary ... from the centre in the first foothills of the Larzac ...