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A spectacular view

1001 ways to discover the Viaduct

The most spectacular views of the viaduct

1 – Autoroute rest area - Aire du Viaduc de Millau at Brocuéjouls

Towards Rodez and Cahors on the A 75. 5 km north of Millau, at the roundabout, follow signs to the "Aire du Viaduc" on your left.


 2- Viaduct Infospace

From Millau, towards Albi and Toulouse going under the Viaduct. At the roundabout at the foot of the pylons turn left.
An official visiting space where you can learn how the giant was built and the secrets of how it stays up in the air!  

Under the viaduct at the foot of the P4 pylon, Viaduc Espace Info is open every day:

  • 10 am to 7 pm April to October
  • 10 am to 5 pm November to March

 Indoor exhibition: free access: discover the structure through films, models and information panels.  Tourist point, to learn about the area and a shop with a wide range of souvenirs.
Outdoor tour: follow the guide in the Explorers' Garden to learn more about the viaduct and all the records it has broken.


 3 – Cap de Coste-Brunas (only light vehicles)

From Millau, follow signs to Albi / Toulouse on D 992. On leaving the village take the Creissels road on the left towards the viewing area at Brunas. 

 4 – Peyre - a beautiful village protected by order

From Millau, travel towards Comprégnac on the D96 for 7 km.


 5 – The Panoramic

From Millau, follow signs for Montpellier on  the D809 towards Fermes du Larzac. Turn around back down towards Millau. The view  is on your right.

 6 – Millau bell tower terrace

Open from Easter to the festival of Heritage.


 7 – Pont Lerouge bridge in Millau

Millau exit towards Creissels.


 8 – Luzençon viewpoint

From Millau, follow signs to  Albi and Toulouse then to St-Georges de Luzençon and the viewpoint marked "Belvedere" (not recommended for camper vans).

 9- Route du Causse Noir and Pouncho d’Agast

From Millau, follow the Route du Causse Noir, towards Montpellier le Vieux. Views along the the whole climb and from the paragliders and hang glider take-off point at the top of the Pouncho Agast.