With its magnificent landscapes, natural spaces and unspoiled plains, intense climate variations, this region marked by history has managed to retain a strong identity. It’s the same with its cheeses, all of which are shrouded in legends which are often talked about, though there is no guarantee that they are true. The region of the Cathars, marked by its climate, produces as many varieties as the region has landscapes. From the Lozère to Nîmes, the Cévennes to Laguiole, the south of France is home to an abundance of Tommes, Pélardon, veined- and goat’s cheeses.