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Windmill in beautiful condition

This windmill in the village of Cucugnan near the church is in excellent condition and beautiful to... read more

Reviewed October 6, 2016
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It's a windmill.

Still in use, this windmill provides flour for the neighbouring bakery. We couldn't climb up inside... read more

Reviewed August 11, 2016
Toulouse, France
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  • Very good37%
  • Average14%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible4%
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“windmill”(6 reviews)
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Reviewed April 1, 2018 via mobile

We stopped in cucugnan for two nights over Easter and the first thing you spot coming towards the town is this beautiful windmill overlooking the town. They grind their own flour and make the most lovely biscuits in the bakery below. Great way to spend...More

Thank oddbod1808
Reviewed March 17, 2018

In Cucugnan, we walked uphill to see and photograph the windmill, Moulin d'Omer. Unfortunately, that was all we could do. Apparently, it's a working windmill, and you can buy flour ground there. None of this was evident when we visited it. If you're in Cucugnan,...More

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Reviewed October 6, 2016 via mobile

This windmill in the village of Cucugnan near the church is in excellent condition and beautiful to photograph.

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Reviewed August 31, 2016 via mobile

Very disappointed. It is a lovely mill with a bakery attached. I had read the website, planned my flour order and drove for 2 hours to get there. I was told unapologetically and with a smile on his face that they did not have any....More

Thank fjg22cambridge
Reviewed August 11, 2016

Still in use, this windmill provides flour for the neighbouring bakery. We couldn't climb up inside but it is what it says on the tin: a windmill. And it works. It also reminded me of Camberwick Green, hence four stars.

Thank MilesCF
Reviewed May 13, 2016

It is a cute mill on the edge of tiny Cucugnan. It remembered me of Fontvieille, where Daudet's mill stands. He also dedicated one chapter of his famous 'Lettres de mon moulin' to the village of Cucugnan. Nice lookout point.

Thank QuintenJ
Reviewed April 17, 2016

This windmill, atop a mound above the village of Cucugnan, is a familiar sight when descending the steep hill from Chateau de Queribus, the last bastion of the Cathares. It isn't often in full sail but is wonderful to observe when it is! It is...More

Thank cbbarrie2016
Reviewed December 31, 2015

It is just an old windmill. But the short walk to the top of Cucugnan gives a nice view and abuts on the windmill. I may missed the historical significance of the windmill.

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