Gorges de Padern
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Gorges de Padern

Gorges de Padern - Padern

Gorges de Padern - Padern

Gorges de Padern - Padern

Gorges de Padern - Padern
 
Gorges de Padern - Padern

Downstream Padern, the cash is Verdouble again to cross a link of limestone from the mountain of Tauch, thus creating a site with magnificent gorges. Clinging to a rock, the castle ruins above the village. This castle is monitoring the Verdouble valleys and Torgan. In 899, King Charles the Simple Padern gives to the Abbey of Lagrasse. The medieval castle, there is nothing left. Yet Padern housed Occitan knights in rebellion to the King of France. Thus, Chabert and William Barbaira Peyrepertuse found refuge when they fled.
Gorges de Padern - Padern
The building was an element of protection and surveillance over the mesh in this terrotoire border. The current building is a building of the seventeenth century made ​​by the lord Peter de Vic making the acquisition at this time. Access is easy by a small path that winds to the south.
  Specialities

Aude - D 14 / D123

The chateau Padern, is a ruin on a hill, overlooking the stepped village of the same name on the banks of the Verdouble. Particularly picturesque at sunset, it has been known as "the gates of heaven".

The castle was destroyed in the Middle Ages, rebuilt in the 17th century, and is now once more a ruin.

Go for a walk to the foothills of the Montage de Tauch down into the gorge and the bridge before Padern....

Padern 0,5 km from Padern
4,8 km from Cucugnan
5,2 km from Paziols
5,5 km from Montgaillard

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  Gorges de Padern - Padern

Gorges de Padern - Padern

Gorges de Padern - Padern
  Opening Gorges de Padern - Padern:

- 01 January to 31 December
Aude Tourisme Qualité Sud de France Le Pays Cathare La Région Languedoc-Roussillon Fédération du Tourisme de Terroir en Pyrénées-Orientales
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  * Parking
* Individual visits
* Groups accepted
* Group unguided visits
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  Gorges de Padern
 
Leisure - Caves, Gorges and Waterfalls
 
Gorges de Padern
Aude - D 14 / D123
11350 PADERN

Phone +33 4.68.45.40.58
Fax +33 4.68.45.01.41

Email -
padern@free.fr

Website -
www.padern.free.fr

Rates, Methods of payment -
Child rate: Free
Adult rate: Free
 
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ParkingDogs allowedBike friendlySwimming possible
 
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