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Never expected this great building in somewhat out of the way Elne.
The cloisters are easily a match for those in Moissac and add on the beautiful main building and you simply cannot afford to miss it.
Firstly neither of these places are disabled friendly, wheelchair access none. Cloister very enjoyable with plenty to see. View from the roof only for the abled bodied. Church accessed from outside. Museum a cross the way, well unless your really into modern art you could...More
I have family in Elne so I've visited it a few times already and always love to have a walk around its historical centre and their cathedral with such amazing views. Probably better if you get there at sunset.
Elne has been populated since 6000bc and therefore has a great deal of history to show. The Cathedral is beautifully maintained with an astonishing cloister attached. There are small displays of Archaeology from 6000bc thru the several stages of occupation of the site to the...More
We went to Elne by train and the old town and its cathedral is within easy walking distance of the station. The cathedral is a very prominent building which is built on the highest point in Elne. When we arrived there was a service on...More