PLACES TO VISIT

Saint-Michel-de-Cuxa Abbey
Founded in 883, the Saint-Michel de Cuxa Abbey is surmounted by a beautiful Romanesque Bell Tower with gem pierced bays. The place full of serenity invites to discover the treasures of architecture. Its pink marble alcoves are a remarkable testimony to pre-Romanesque art in France.
Saint-Martin-du-Canigou Abbey
Perched on a nest of Eagle to 1094 meters above sea level, the benedictine Abbey of Saint-Martin-du-Canigou retains beautiful testimonies of its past. The cloister and its marble capitals, the lombard Bell Tower and the vaulted crypt are the first regional Romanesque gems.
Aigues-Mortes
Aigues-Mortes presents a genuine allure of medieval fortress. Founded in the 13th century by Saint-Louis to develop trade with Italy and the Orient, AIGUES-MORTES reveals an especially well preserved architectural ensemble.
Aiguèze
Aiguèze is a charming small medieval village classified as "most beautiful villages of France". Overlooking the Ardèche, Aiguèze offers décor postcard with beautiful cobbled streets leading to the heart of the medieval city.
Anduze
In the 16th and 17th centuries, Anduze was an important center of the cevenol Protestantism. Unique in Europe by its dimensions, the bambou forest of Prafrance can be accessed by the Cévennes steam train.
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