Celia's blog

Musings on life in Lodeve, Languedoc

A bit of history around Lodève

Posted by celiahukins on 05/06/2012

You can’t ignore it.
St Sylvestre les Brousses
Turn a corner and there it is
Church at Nant

To the north, past Le Caylar, there are fortified towns of the Templars. This is La Cavalerie (almost deserted on a national holiday)
La Cavalerie
To the west, above Lunas, there are medieval cloisters at Joncels.
Joncels cloister
Joncels street
From Puéchabon you can walk to the 11th century church of St Sylvestre les Brousses.
St Sylvestre les Brousses
And of course let’s not forget Lodève itself

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