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Good regional tastes in the cevennes 

A land for good food !

The region of the mount lozere and the cevennes widespread nature provides a wide range of products such as mushrooms, wild berries, game and labelled meat....

The Cevennes are the land of the chestnut tree, the famous "bread tree", the fruit of which forms the basis of numerous culinary preparations : milk or wine based chestnut soupe (bajanat), jam pate, cake, biscuits and bread etc. They are also the land of the famous Pelardon, the goat milk cheese which obtained an AOC label*, cooked dishes (beef, pork, duck, trout), jams made from fruits of the forest( bilberries, wild strawberries, blackberries and raspberries)...

*Indeed several national (AOC) or European labels are devoted to the quality of local farm produce according to the farming methods, the areas used and the breeds traditionnally raised.

 

Specialities not to be missed : mount Lozère honey, cheese, charcuterie, chestnutpuree...

Our gastronomy is characterized by quality products, better local products, which bring to our cuisine the key elements for vaired and quality dishes.

In just a few clicks you can find all the addresses and useful information about restaurants and producers of regional products with their points of sale where they can be purchased.

Discover also our local markets.

pelardon markets
     
cheese   honey mount lozere cevennes mushroom

The local markets:

Grand Combe : Every wednesday and saturday morning throughout the year

Genolhac : Every saturday morning throughout the year from 7 am untill 13pm

Chamborigaud : Every sunday morning throughout the year from 7am untill 13 pm

Our nigntmarkets : Genolhac, Place du Colombier, in july and august on wednesday evening from 6pm untill 23 pm.

Pont de Montvert : Every wednesday from june untill september from 7am untill 13 pm

Besseges : every thurstday morning

Gagnières : every wednesdaymorning

Collet de Deze : in july and august thusday morning

Saint Germain de Calberte : in july and august saterday morning

Saint Ambroix : every tuesday morning

Les Vans : every saturday morning