Gorge De Galamus - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
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About Gorge De Galamus
The Gorges de Galamus is a narrow passage between the French departments of Aude. They were dug by the Agly in the northern link of the Fenouillèdes syncline. The Agly that flows at the bottom of the gorges is a small river that comes from Pech de Bugarach and has dug this several tens of meters deep depression in the stone. The best way to explore the course of the Gorges de Galamus on foot or to take a circular route that gives impressive views of the gorges and their surroundings.
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Attractions Near Gorge De Galamus
Château de Peyrepertuse
7.24km from Gorge De Galamus
The castle of Peyrepertuse is a so- called "Cathar" castle located in the department of Aude in the Occitanie region. It sits on a limestone ridge at an altitude of nearly 800 m, at the top of a hill that separates Duilhac from the village of Rouffiac-des-Corbières, overlooking garrigue and vineyards. The strategic position which allows you to see far into the various valleys which surround it, to control the passes or to communicate signals to the castle of Quéribus a little further south.
Château de Quéribus
11.54km from Gorge De Galamus
The castle of Quéribus is a so-called "Cathar" castle located in the town of Cucugnan in the department of Aude. This fortress, perched on a rocky peak at an altitude of 728 meters, dominates the village of Cucugnan and is located on the border of the department of Aude and the Pyrénées-Orientales. Quéribus is high and isolated. It stands on top of the highest peak for miles around. In 1951 restoration work on the turret began, and between 1998-2002 a complete restoration of the castle was under
35.37km from Gorge De Galamus
Canigou is the highest of the mountains in Eastern Pyrenees; it is on the Massif du Canigou, in the department of Pyrénées-Orientales, southern France. majestically overlooks the Roussillon plain and the Mediterranean Sea. Situated near to Prades, this Pyrenean mountain is even more impressive in winter, when its snow-covered outline is seen clearly against the surrounding countryside of the coast. One of the nice trekking destination also.
Palace of the Kings of Majorca
37.36km from Gorge De Galamus
The Palace of the Kings of Majorca is a palace and a fortress with gardens overlooking the city of Perpignan in Pyrenees-Orientales, Occitanie, France. A fortified palace in the Gothic style organized around three courtyards 60 m square. One of the majestic buildings which is famous among tourists.
Basilique Saint Nazaire
42.09km from Gorge De Galamus
The Basilica of Saint-Nazaire-et-Saint-Celse is a Catholic church located in the city of Carcassonne, France. Former cathedral, it has the rank of minor basilica since 1898. It was built between the ix th century and the xiv th century. As Jules de Lahondès wrote in the report of the Archaeological Congress of France in 1906, “The jewel of the City is its church”.
Cité de Carcassonne
42.15km from Gorge De Galamus
A beautiful medieval castle which was located in the French city of Carcassonne. It is located on a hill on the right bank of the River Aude, in the south-east part of the city proper. it has played a decisive role in the history of Languedoc. Carcassonne quickly became one of the most important symbols of Royal Power in France due to its geographical location.