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A charmingly restored village of cobbled streets, wedged at the bottom of a dramatic ravine. Beautiful, dramatic and very atmospheric. In the centre sits the abbey founded by Charlemagne's counselor Guile who returned in 800 from Rome to Languedoc with three pieces of the cross. It is now an UNESCO…
In the heart of the Hérault Gorges, in the Val de Gellone, the medieval village of Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert is in a green setting along the meandering Verdus stream. Its houses are snuggled tightly together in ancient alleyways, with roof tiles baked by the Languedoc sun for twelve centuries. See…
(1h) A postcard like village located in a valley in the Herault Gorge, between mountains, caves and olive trees. This untouched village from the 12th century will leave you speechless.
One of the most beautiful villages in France. Beautiful old monastery. Lots of cool shops. About an hour away. Near Pont du Diable and a couple of caves that you can visit.