BRISSAC, GORGES DE L'HERAULT
Well away from the Hérault Valley, at the foot of the Seranne, the village of Brissac is a greenery-filled islet in the middle of scrubland. The inhabitants of the region love to take walks in its park, filled with majestic trees, in which the river Avèze flows and which "a hundred sources" supply.
The castle and the statue of Notre-Dame du Suc, which overlook the village, are the symbols of Brissac's history. To take a walk:
- Le sentier de l'eau: a bucolic walk that allows you to discover Brissac's historical and hydraulic heritage.
- Le Bois de Long: on the first slopes of the Seranne, in the woods, on the tracks of prehistoric habitat.