The village of Rogues contemplates the silent expanses of the Causse de Blandas. The remains of a Bronze Age enclosure and Gallo-Roman settlement indicate an ancient human settlement. Rogues developed thanks to land suitable for the cultivation of bread grains and the presence of several sources.
It continues with the hamlet of Madières in the valley of La Vis.
Below the houses pass communication routes dating back to Antiquity and connecting the Massif Central to the Pyrenees ... Routes for merchants and traders but also for pilgrims going to Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert or beyond to Saint -Jacques de Compostelle.
Like the mysterious lands of Causse de Blandas, Rogues is a place of legends and myths that visitors discover step by step.