Le golf de Mazamet La Barouge
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Le golf de Mazamet
La Barouge

Le golf de Mazamet – La Barouge - Pont de l’Arn

- 18 Holes

Le golf de Mazamet – La Barouge - Pont de l’Arn

Le golf de Mazamet – La Barouge - Pont de l’Arn

Le golf de Mazamet – La Barouge - Pont de l’Arn
 
Le golf de Mazamet – La Barouge - Pont de l’Arn

With its 18 holes (par 70 -  5635 meter - 1991 by Philippe Durand.

Many of the golf courses in Southern France are quite new (developed in the last 10 years or so) this course is one which shows maturity.

Located in a beautiful valley with interesting views and challenging holes.

Well worth a visit, a popular and enjoyable course, especially the last hole that requires you to lay-up before your final approach across a local road - beware of cars crossing fairway!

Situated at the foot of the Montagne Noir in the south Tarn area, this course is the oldest in the "Département" and one of the most beautiful in the region.

It is crossed by 2 rivers "Le Thoré" & "l’Issalès" and features numerous trees...
  Specialities

Mazamet is a lovely town located on the pathways to the Mediterranean Sea and the Massif Central: your home port within the Montagne Noire Mountains.

You will appreciate the calm of its floral streets surrounded by its forests and lakes.

You will have the possibility to go hiking or cycling; the children, both young and old will be able to test their skills at games in the Maison du Bois et du Jouet and you will discover the captivating story of the Cathars at the lasting exhibition on Catharism at the Maison des Mémoires and in the medieval city of Hautpoul.

Nature and man succeeded in sculpting a frontier region here where waters hesitate between the Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.

Explore the lakes and peaks, the forests and limestone plateaux, the roads and paths, and those welcoming villages and authentic hamlets all around Mazamet, which are united by the “Vent d’Autan” and by the same fate, even those enjoying a little corner of the Montagne Noire like Aussillon for example, where the first lamb skins coming from La Plata were treated and which, with its old medieval village vestiges (wash-house, castle door) and modern church “Notre Dame de Bonnecousse” are easy to discover.

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Le golf de Mazamet – La Barouge - Pont de l’Arn

Le golf de Mazamet – La Barouge - Pont de l’Arn

Le golf de Mazamet – La Barouge - Pont de l’Arn

Le golf de Mazamet – La Barouge - Pont de l’Arn
  Opening Le golf de Mazamet – La Barouge - Pont de l’Arn:  

- 01 January to 31 December
- Visitors are welcome every day
- Summer: From 09.00 to 19.00
- Winter: From 09.00 to 16.00
 
Tourisme Tarn Office de tourisme de Revel-Saint-Ferréol-Montagne Noire Golfy Club Office de Tourisme de Mazamet

Equipments and Services:
 
  * Parking
* Bar
* Restaurant
* Shop
* Compact
* Golf clubs rental
* Buggy rental
* Golf lessons
* Holes: 18
* Par: 70
* Type: Mountains
* Length: 5635m/6162y
* Slope: 124
  Sightseeing
 
- Château de Peyrepertuse
- Rennes le Château
- Château de Puilaurens
- Château de Puivert
- Château de Montségur
- Aude en Pyrénées
- Quillan
- Gincla
- Salicorne - l'Eau Salée de Sougraigne
- Géobiologie
- Pays de Couiza
- Terres-cathares
- Rennes-les-Bains
- Rennes-le-Château - Le site officiel
- Le Château d'Arques
- La Bouichère - Jardin aux Plantes parfumées
- Le Musée des Dinosaures d’Espéraza
- Saint Hilaire
- Alet les Bains
- Limoux
- The Angel Art Sanctuary
- Elevage des biches de Picarel
- Saint-Paul-de-Fenouillets
- Gorges de Galamus
- Grotte de l'Aguzou
- Carcassonne, 'La Cité'
- Carcassonne, la Bastide Saint-Louis
- Lac de la Cavayère
- Canal du Midi
- Kangaroo park
- Les Quatre Châteaux de Lastours
- L'Abbaye de Villelongue (abbaye cistercienne)
- Le Moulin à Papier de Brousses et Villaret.
- Montagne Noir
- Saissac
- Lac du Lampy
- Fanjeaux
- Monastère de Prouilhe
- Montreal
- Castelnaudary
- Bram
- L'Abbaye de Saint-Papoul
- Lac de St-Ferréol
- Lac de la Ganguise
- Labastide d'Anjou
- Toulouse
- Loisirs sportifs, Randonnées, Escalade, Canyoning
- Le seuil de Naurouze et son obélisque
- Montferrand
- Montolieu
- Caunes-Minervois
- Les Marbrières de Caunes
- Moulin de Pech Rouzaud ou de Benazeth
- Palet de Roland dolmen at Villeneuve Minervois
- Grotte de Limousis
- Le Gouffre géant de Cabrespine
- Moulin de Pech Rouzaud ou de Benazeth
- La Clape
- Terra Vinea
- Narbonne
- Musée Archéologique de Narbonne
- Horreum Romain
- Musée d'Art et d'Histoire
- Cathedrale de Saint-Just et Saint-Pasteur
- Musée Lapidaire
- Maison Natale de Charles Trenet
- Aqua Jet Narbonne
- Narbonne Plage
- Abbey of Fontfroide
- Homps
- Musée de Bizanet
- Ille-sur-Têt - Les Orgues
- Forteresse de Salses
- Les 9 Écluses de Fonséranes
- Musée National d'Ensérune
- Musée de Bizanet
- Bages
- St Pierre des Clars
- Ornaisons
- Lézignan-Corbières
- Minervois Region
- Musée des Potiers Gallo-Romains d'Amphoralis
- Montagne Noir
- Minerve
- Argens-Minervois
- Le Moulin de l'Oulibo - L’Odyssée de l’Olivier
- La Curiosité de L'Auriol (Lauriole)
- Pirat Parc - Attraction Park (Gruissan)
- Mirepoix
 

Mazamet - Lac des Montagnès

Mazamet - Lac des Montagnès

Hautpoul, village médiéval

Hautpoul, village médiéval

Maison du Bois et du Jouet

Maison du Bois et du Jouets



Vin de Pays d’Oc,
Vin de Pays de l’Aude

Vin de Pays d’Oc, Vin de Pays de l’Aude

Vin de Pays means 'country wine' to the French, but to outsiders it can mean New World with a French accent. These are the wines which the French authorities unreservedly allow to be labelled with the grape variety from which they were made. It is difficult to over-estimate the importance of this large and growing category of wines for the future of the French wine trade. The French themselves may have tended to see any Vin de Pays as distinctly inferior to any appellation contrôlée wine, whereas many of their customers abroad see the better Vins de Pays as good-value, user-friendly, sometimes high-quality non-conformist emissaries from the world's most revered wine producer....


The Grapes

The Grapes

There are thousands of grape varieties contributing to a vast array of different wine styles with each variety having its own distinct flavours and characteristics. Varieties can be made uniquely to make a wine, in whch case the wine is known as a varietal, or collectively with other varities, when the wine is known as a blend. The soils and ‘terroirs’ in the Aude area are very varied, from Schist, Sandstone, Marl, Gravel, Pebbles, Limestone, to Granit and Alluvial soil; thus making many marvelous and different styles of wine. Also in this massive area are many different grape varieties, the reds include Carignon, Cinsault, Granache Noir, Syrah, Mourvèdre, Cabernet Franc, and Merlot. The whites, Chardonnay, Granache blanc, Picpoul, Marsanne, Roussanne, Vermantino, Mauzac, Chenin and Clairette...

 
Le golf de Mazamet
La Barouge
 
Leisure - Sports - Golf

Le golf de Mazamet La Barouge
81660 PONT-DE-L'ARN
 
Phone +33 5.63.61.06 72
Fax +33 5.63.61.13.03

Email -
golf.labarouge@wanadoo.fr

Website -
www.golf-mazamet.net

Rates, Methods of payment -
Green-fee low season
Single: 35.00 €
 
Green-fee high season
Single: 52.00 €

Restaurant -
Bar - Restaurant
Menus: 15.00 € to 22.00 €
 
Service:

ParkingBike friendlyTerraceCafé, BarGolf courseRestaurant
 
Payments
 
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Castres

Castres

The city of Castres lies in the south-west of the Tarn department in the Midi-Pyrénées. It is surrounded by beautiful scenery, the Tarn countryside being home to many lovely chateaux, with glorious sunflower-filled fields providing a perfect backdrop for these elegant houses of days gone by. Castres is built on the River Agout, and the old houses on either side lean their upper stories out over the water as though reaching out to the opposite bank. These were once the homes of the weavers and the dyers, and this connection with the textile industry is still important to Castres today. Castres is full of history, and there are reminders of its past very much in evidence in the modern city. The city was founded around a Benedictine Abbey, but also existed in Roman times as Castroum. Monuments worth seeing are the Church of Saint Benoit, the fountain and the statue in the Place Jean Jaurès, the town hall which lies in the old Bishop’s palace, and the Quay of the Jacobains, viewed from the Pont Neuf. Also, don’t miss the opportunity to visit the Goya Museum, which houses the largest collection of Spanish art in France. Castres is an excellent place to be if you are one of the many people who love the buzz and colour of French markets. The town has two daily markets, with fresh produce on offer in the main square, and a bric-a-brac or flea market in the Place Albanique. On Saturdays the general market stretches down the riverside, making a most picturesque place to shop!...


Gouffre Géant de Cabrespine

Gouffre Géant de Cabrespine - Cabrespine

The unusually large range of crystals and rock formations of the Gouffre Geante de Cabrespine is carefully protected. Translated the name means giant Chasm of Cabrespine. It was first discovered in the 1970s and is one of the largest caves in the world that is open to the public. The cave is 150 meters long and almost 300 meters high. The cave has been open to the public since 1988 and a small fee will take you on a guided tour. The cave that tourists visit is as deep as the Eiffel tower is tall. The tourists enter the chamber near the top, to fully appreciate the depth and all the beautiful formations this chamber of the cave has to offer....


Musée du Catharisme -
Maison des Mémoires
de Mazamet

Musée du Catharisme - Maison des Mémoires de Mazamet - Mazemet

Why an exhibition of Occitan Catharism in Mazamet? Catharism, dissident religion of the Christian faith, considered to be a heresy by the all-powerful Catholic Church, was condemned, and its adepts were persecuted. The Cathars were obliged to flee into remote areas and found refuge in the Montagne Noire : at the edge of the Aude Cathar Country. The Tarn side of this mountainous massif constituted a place of refuge and resistance for this religion. Hautpoul, the historic birthplace of Mazamet, ancient castrum (fortified village) perched on a rocky outcrop, served as a retreat during the period of the Inquisition. It was also one of the places of residence of the Cathar Archbishop of the diocese of Albi in the 13th century. This Medieval village is one of the rare vestiges of the Cathar time to be situated on the Tarn side of the Montagne Noire...


Campsite
de la Lauze

Campsite de la Lauze - Mazamet



At the foot of the Montagne Noire, in a setting of greenery, Mazamet, brightly flowered town of 12000 inhabitants, 48 shady sites (100 square meters, electrical connections, water, sewers), calm and relaxation. Mobile homes to rent (4 to 6 pers.) Nearby lake of Montagnès (beach, water games), golf, riding, fishing, cross country cycling, cycling, gliding....


Cascade
de Cubserviès

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Cupserviès with its beautiful waterfall dominated by the village clinging to the mountain. There are still fifty years, the plateau was dotted with farms since transformed into pine forests. This is one of the highest natural waterfalls in Europe, with its 90 meters. The most d from the hamlet of Cubserviès a typical mountain hamlet also deserves to be discovered. A beautiful hike 12 km starting Roquefère will offer stunning views of the four castles Lastours the plain Aude, Carcassonne and its city, Corbières and the Pyrénées, you will spend almost two dolmens before reaching the hamlet Cubserviès and waterfall...


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