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"L'Abreuvoir" "Watering place for animals"

L'Abreuvoir (Watering place for animals) is the name we have given to this delightful holiday house with three bedrooms for up to 6 people, located in Bouilhonnac, the department of Aude in South of France. Here you will find peace and privacy!

This area is perfect for day trips to the Cathar Castles and picturesque villages. For trips to the coast, a wildlife park, the medieval citadel of Carcassonne, or one of the famous caves. For strolls along gentle becks, waterfalls or the calm Canal du Midi with its locks. For a day of leisure at one of the mountain lakes or for mountainbiking or horseback trips...
 
L'Abreuvoir - Bouilhonnac - Aude - France
 

The Pyrenees - The mountain chain which stretches out from sea to sea and which forms the natural border between France and Spain, was created between 380 and 280 million years ago. Spain was pushed against France with such might, that the mountains came into existence and in the course of time the Pyrenees were shaped and formed by erosion, until they became what we see today.

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There is something for everyone here and the unique thing is, that it is all within your reach. The sun, the wine, the Occitan hospitality and wonderful cuisine are pleasant extra's.

Come and discover the land where the Knights Templar wanted to settle down and where legend upon legend originated. Climb one of the Cathar Castles for a sublime view, enjoy a sorbet on a sunny terrace in picturesque Minerve or settle in the sand of Narbonne Plage (beach) for a day, where the sand slowly descents into the Mediterranean.

Solve the enigma of the Templars in Rennes-le-Chateau or go for a pleasant walk through the unspoilt natural beauty of the National Park de Haute Languedoc.

It is all possible here, in one holiday!
Minerve a miraculous village perched over the meeting of rivers. Perched where rivers tunnel through deep gorges. Perched like a survivor, that it is, marking the massacre inflicted by Simon de Montfort during the crusades against the Cathars in France in 1210.
 

All information can be found by clicking on image below!
www.odeaanaude.eu

À la vôtre - Cheers !!