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The Chapel was first mentioned in 1080. Overlooking the Herault river, in a wild setting, it forms a beautiful whole along with the priory's vestiges and a construction that probably served as a welcome place for the pilgrims. Guided tours are possible all year long on request.
Built in the Middle Ages, it steps over the Herault river and it allowed the pilgrims to continue their journey towards Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert, which is a step on the Way of Saint James. Built as a humpback bridge, it still has three of its five original archs. Guided tours are possible all year long on request.
Restored in 2005, the chapel was built at the beginning of the Romanesque art period. The part of the chapel which is located in the castle is an aileless church that still has its original altar (XIIe c), and the sacristy is a tower made for military defense (XIIIe c).
Fortified strategic site, built on a rocky peak on the way out of the Gorges of the Herault, at the end of the plain of the Languedoc and opening on the Cevennes. The donjon (27 meters high) allows the complete circular observation of the hinterland, which is why it has always been a lively place, since prehistory, adapting the advantages of its situation to each step of civilization's evolution.
The village of Brissac is an islet full of greenery in the middle of the garrigue. Its park filled with majestic trees, in which the Aveze river flows, is a very much appreciated place to take a walk. The castle and the statue of Notre-Dame du Suc, which overlook the village, are the symbols of Brissac's history.
In Cazilhac, along the 'Chemin des Meuses' (The Norias' Path), nearby the domain of the Fesquet, the norias, waterwheels made of wood, are set in motion by the canal's current. They allow to pull water up for the gardens of Cazilhac's fertile plain to be irrigated.
Ganges is a true departure gate opening on the Causses and the Cevennes, a UNESCO World Heritage Site for their Mediterranean agro-pastoral Cultural Landscape. Located between garrigue and mountains, at the confluences of the Vis, the Hérault and of the Rieutord, it is a place where people pass by and exchange since many centuries. Town center of the Destination, many shops and services are there.
Medieval site that has never been changed. You can contemplate the valley of Montoulieu and the garrigue, which is filled with scented plants. Only pedestrians can access the site: from the village, easy path (30 min) and from the car park, difficult slope (15 min)
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