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Abbaye de Valmagne, Villeveyrac
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Constructed on the site of a smaller Romanesque chapel, Abbaye de Valmagne represents a former monastery built in the 13th century. The Gothic abbey church, a designated historical monument, features a nave, transept, and nine chapels radiating from the semi-circular ambulatory. Enter the cloister of the abbey, where you can walk through a garden courtyard with large stone arches and see the octagonal structure containing a spring-fed lavabo that the monks used to wash their hands before meals. An on-site vineyard was originally created by 12th-century Cistercian monks that produced primarily white wines. See Abbaye de Valmagne and all Villeveyrac has to offer by arranging your trip with our Villeveyrac itinerary builder.
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Très joli avoir très belle journée vin bio bon jardin avoir et la petit balade dans les vingne pour allés voir la glaciaires à de pa du parking superVery nice having beautiful day organic wine have good garden and little walk in the vingne went to see the glacial parking PA Supershow original
Site incontournable lorsqu'on est dans la région. Dommage le jardin a souffert de la chaleur et du manque d'eau malgré l'orage qui a sévi et qui a inondé le sous sol de l'abbaye. Après la visite, un a... read more »Essential site when you're in the area. Too bad the garden suffered heat and lack of water despite the storm that occurred and which flooded the sub floor of the Abbey. After the visit, a stop seems obligatory at the Inn of the Nonenque father where we could enjoy a beer of the Abbey as well as a tea to 7 plants. We were not able to test the restaurant but the map seemed very appetizing.show original
Visite à deux avec ma maman, l'endroit est vraiment magnifique ! La guide qui nous a accompagné nous a transmis toute sa passion et c'était fabuleux ! Merci ;) Par contre je ne recommande pas du tout ... read more »Visit with my mom, the place is really beautiful! The guide who accompanied us gave us all his passion and it was fabulous! Thanks ;) However I do quite recommend the hostel because was not well received. It is wrong to think only of money. Unlike the ladies of the Abbey which are very nice and friendly.show original
Alline MarieDelicious moments, in the full sense of the word: after the austere nobility of the Cistercian Abbey, we enjoyed the simple, natural and married flavors with refinement of all dishes served in his farm. Very attractive wines. Home elegant, unusual and humorous, that will appreciate people who like to discard, for an evening out of time, of their reflexes of formatted tourists.show original
Clara SounilThe place is indeed beautiful... but as mentioned below in the notice, the home that we has been reserved on the terrace by the owner was more than regrettable; verbally unpleasant, haughty. Fortunately the young waitresses were heightened. Meal poor + home cold of the Patron Saint we disheartening to come back. We were still a group of 30... & do not forget that customers are the engine of your 'trade'.show original
Michele LempickaA magical place! Our guide Danielle succeeded with a lot of talent do us discover its history; periods of great spiritual influence in the dark days that could lead to its disappearance remains of this Abbey this sublime architecture which can only arouse our admiration.show original
Gerard MargalejoThe Abbey is certainly very nice, but... the home is absolutely deplorable, a haughty, contemptuous and embittered person. It spoils everything and makes me want to leave.show original
Serge-Marc SAUVAIREA magical place that invited to peace... pity it fell into unholy hands! But we cannot rewrite history, we must be in beeeeelant! Word of advice, do not let you have by the "ferme auberge" is a heaving bobos-simpletons!show original
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