The lavogne and the tank have a dual function, vital to the plateau. The lavogne is a pond developed on the clay funds, impervious to water. It is often...Read more
La Couvertoirade preserves all its walls, built in the mid-fifteenth century. As early as 1346, robbers called "routiers" plunder the Larzac. Because of...Read more
The present church has replaced the old parish church of the 11th century, situated outside the village. This new building, partly carved into the rock...Read more
The first notes about windmills appear in England and France at the end of the 12th century. They were much developed in the early 13th century and stopped...Read more
This house built in the end of 15th century has a superb mullion window and a turret added in the 17th century, which suggest the wealth of the owners....Read more
This oven owes its name to the tax people had to pay for using it: this tax was called “la banalité”.
Built in the 15th century by the Hospitallers...Read more
The Templar castle was built in the late twelfth century on the rocky outcrop of the village. Until the construction of the walls in the fifteenth century,...Read more