The cheese birthplace
Grass flowered pastures, pasturelands where Salers and Aubrac cows are living and waiting for you.
The cheese is king! Egliseneuve is located in a zone where protected designations of cheeses like Saint-Nectaire, Cantal, Sakers, Bleu d’auvergne and Fourme d’Ambert are made.
Egliseneuve d’Entraigues, a town between two waters
For very green pastures, water is necessary and it is everywhere around the Egliseneuve D’entraigues municipality. It is surrounded by lakes, water bodies, rivers, streams and waterfalls.
Entraigues Lake, artificial lake allowing fishing and bathing
Landie Lake, source of fish and restricted to fly-fishing. Installations had been thoughts by and for fly-fishing anglers, the port shelters electric boats and many docks allowing throwing from the edge.
Fage Lake, spring waters’ lake in Egliseneuve d’Entraigues (private propriety).
Chambedaze Lake, magnificent peat bog lake, highest lake of the municipality, remarkable for its calm, its flora and fauna. Not accessible in car, private propriety.
Esclauze Lake, located at a height of 1050m (3444 ft.), this beautiful peat bog lake in a lake with glacier origins. Completely isolated, it has got a strange form and appearance because of the peat bogs surroundings.
In winter snow covers pastures, let’s go for snowshoeing hikes!
A wooded and hided place in Egliseneuve-Sougeat-la-souze with three routes so you can enjoy breathtaking views over Monts Dore from one side and Monts du Cantal from the other side during a snowshoes outing.