In 2017, the villages of Sainte-Enimie, Quézac and Montbrun merged to form the commune of Gorges-du-Tarn-Causses. This new entity lies at the heart of steep slopes, steep roads and charming hamlets. The walk through the historic centre, through the medieval streets, provides a pleasant coolness in summer and shelters from the wind when the days get dark. In the heights of the region superb panoramas can be seen, especially the green landscape and the roaring gorges. The commune has several choice points of interest such as the Burle spring, drowned in greenery, the Hermitage, a place of pilgrimage, and the bottling plant of the sparkling water "Quézac".

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