The Massif Central is a range of mountains in the south of France. Many extinct volcanos can be found there, the largest concentration in the world with 450 volcanos. It is separated from the Alps by the valley of the Rhone.
Mountains[change | change source]
Here are some well-known mountains in the massif central:
- Puy de Dôme (1464 m)
- Puy de Sancy (1886 m)
- Plomb du Cantal (1855 m)
- Mont Lozère (1702 m), the highest non-volcanic summit
- Mont Aigoual (1567 m), near Le Vigan