Here, you really see the "bones of the land" and this is a good double to do with Peyrepertuse. The access road is a bit challenging as are many of the roads in the region - narrow, winding and certainly not for the faint of heart. My advice would be to avoid this in busy summer vacation times, due to often extreme traffic but the experience is breath-taking. Also, make sure you check the weather as this can affect the experience and the views. Ermitage St-Antoine-de-Galamus is another point of interest which is reached by a pathway but again, not for bad weather and not for those uncomfortable with narrow and precipitous areas or with poor mobility. La chapelle is built in the shadow of a natural cave and along with the various Cathar castles, the whole is yet another marvel of building in challenging places. In fine weather you can also see Le Canigou. Like many of these attractions the shop is a bit tacky.
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