Maison La Fontaine

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27 April 2024  |  Pure France

Maison La Fontaine, holidays in Occitanie

Located in the medieval village of Cailhavel, 20 minutes from Carcassonne, this pretty house has been completely renovated and can accommodate up to 8 people, it offers 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms.

Traditional village house, completely renovated.

Private garden and unobstructed view as far as the Pyrenees.

The property is located in the small medieval village of Cailhavel, 25 minutes from Carcassonne and 85 minutes from Toulouse.

There are excellent local restaurants 4 km away. All amenities in Belvèze-du-Razès, 6 km away with pharmacy, bakery, butcher, grocery store, newsagent, café and pizzeria.

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Cité de Carcassonne:

Near this property, you will find Carcassonne, with its beautiful medieval city.

The city is truly a sight to behold, with fairytale ramparts and winding streets to explore. In addition to the many restaurants and shops on offer, you can stroll along the ramparts and take a horse-drawn carriage ride (ideal for children!). Soak up the history, watch extraordinary shows, or enjoy the unobstructed view of Carcassonne that the Cité offers.

Cité de Carcassonne UNESCO


Festival de Carcassonne:

You can enjoy music, theatre and dance in the South of France at the Carcassonne Festival.

Les gouffres souterrains Audois:

Discovered in 1825 and 1934, the Grotte de Limousis and the Giant Chasm of Cabrespine retrace the history of the most frequented underground cavities. Located in the Occitanie region, these caves will offer you an extraordinary spectacle. They are one of the 10 most beautiful caves in Europe. So, let yourself be lulled by their stories and follow in the footsteps of the first explorers.

Chasm of Cabrespine cave


Lagrasse Abbey in Aude:

Sainte-Marie de Lagrasse Abbey is an abbey located in the commune of Lagrasse in the Aude department in the Occitanie region. A Bénédictine monastery from the 8th century to the 18th century, the abbey was sold as national property during the French Revolution and divided into two lots.

Lagrasse abbaye

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Amélie Roca

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