How to get to the pays de Roquefort and Saint-Affricain?
HOW TO GET HERE?
From the A75, take the 45 interchange (Millau) or the 46 interchange (Albi –Roquefort) then carry on the D999. You can also arrive into our region from Albi and Toulouse by following the D999
You can find the Tourist Office in Roquefort and use the route planner to work out the best route by clicking here.
You can find the branch Office in St-Affrique and use the route planner to work out the best route by clicking here.
The Occitanie Region’s rail network spans more than 2500 kilometres of railway lines. You can find time and itineraries by clicking here.
The closest railway stations:
Saint-Rome-de-Cernon – Ticket office opening hours: Monday to Friday from 10.30 to 11.35 and from 13.35 to 18.00 / closed on Saturday, Sunday and Bank holiday. – Tel: 3635
Tournemire:–This station is an unmanned station, there is no ticket office – you can buy tickets on the train. – Tel: 3635
By bus: St-Affrique bus stop
The services which serve our region are operated from Millau bus station – Tel: 05 65 59 89 33
Use public transport to come here and book the Citiz car to drive and explore our region. More information on the website : htpps://toulouse.citiz.coop/grands-causses
GET PRACTICAL INFORMATION ON TRAVELLING AROUND
REZO POUCE IS AN ORGANISED HITCHHIKING NETWORK
"Rezo Pouce" allows drivers and passengers to meet at “thumbstops” and to travel together. This concept has several advantages: it reduces air pollution, brings together people in need of transportation and establishes a code of ethics and of safety regarding the Highway Code. Users of this service can arrange further appointments whenever they need them as long as they comply with the regulations of the project. Carpooling begins with a direct agreement between passengers and drivers, with the two parties taking their own responsibility.
You can either register online or at the Tourist Office by simply providing your current driver's license or your Identity card.
This service which was launched by the Pays Ruthénois in 2009 now extends to almost the whole of the Aveyron department, including the Grands Causses Natural Regional Park, in order to provide its inhabitants with a local convenient service mainly dedicated to commuting journeys. A free website intended to carpoolers allows them to make connections.
THE 3 € BUS CONNECTIONS
The County Council has set up a network of regular bus lines that cover the whole department. Within this geographical area, you are entitled to benefit from a 3€ fare, wherever you go and whatever the distance your jouney!
The on-demand transport service allows the villages of the community of communes to be linked with Saint-Affrique thus enabling people to have access to the services located in town and to departmental and regional transport lines.