The village of Castelnau d'Aude: The village, like many villages in the valley of the Aude on a hill and has about 400 inhabitants. The majority of the population lives on wine or also has other work. Our land is also surrounded by vineyards overlooking a nature reserve, here in the Languedoc Roussillon "garrigue" called.
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In many villages and towns, pretty churches (mostly Roman), cathedrals, abbeys and Roman remains found. There are also many museums in many areas to visit. The historic cities
Narbonne and Carcassonne are certainly worth a visit.
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The region of Languedoc Roussillon
Castelnau Daude, Carcassone and Narbonne are in the Languedoc Roussillon.
In this region you will find a lot about the Cathars and their heroic struggle that was conducted.
Not only for the battle that took place in the Middle Ages, but also because the remains of the castles often the best spots to find. For those who love mountains, this is a prime area for wonderful day trips to make. (Are described in our book)
The Pyrenees and the Montagne Noir from "Petit Paradis" extremely well and quickly accessible and are a challenge for those who enjoy nature, sports and attractions to keep.
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South of France
On the sporting field there is a lot to do: swimming (sea, lakes, rivers and swimming pool), hiking, climbing, cycling, kayaking, visits to caves, rafting, golf (18 holes eg in Carcassonne), horse riding, tennis, fly and fish, all in easy reach afstanden.En ................ almost anything without traffic jams!
The DST is in southern France a time full of music and dance. Everywhere there are celebrations and festivals large and small cities and villages, outdoor exhibitions, short, lots of entertainment for every taste and often without cost.
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