Café Restaurant Le Vixiège * - Belpech
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Café Restaurant
Le Vixiège *

Café Restaurant Le Vixiège - Belpech



Café Restaurant Le Vixiège - Belpech

Café Restaurant Le Vixiège - Belpech
 
Café Restaurant Le Vixiège - Belpech

Our restaurant "Le Vixiège" is located in Belpech in the Aude between Toulouse, Carcassonne, 15 minutes from Pamiers, a call for your appointment gourmet coffee or a break in the village after your hike.
But also for your festive events, sports, and friendly exchanges between friends: talk of the town of Belpech, history of the Cathars, Castella ruin of all major lineages.
    Café Restaurant Le Vixiège - Belpech
If you want to go to the ski slopes, you are just 1h30 drive. Come and taste our local specialties and regional cuisine at our Belpech restaurant in the Aude...
Our kitchen is open to you...
  Specialities

You are near Belpech in search of succulent foie gras ducks or geese or simply walk between Toulouse and Carcassonne?

Feel free to make a tasty snack for two or group in Café Restaurant Le Vixiège (named after the river that runs through this beautiful village).

Welcome guaranteed!

- La Carte: propose le choix de
- ses Entrées (Salades de saison et du terroir),
- ses Plats (viandes et poissons) et
- ses Desserts (flans et patisseries maisons).

Language(s):

Français - French - Französisch - Francés - Francese - Frans English - Anglais - Englisch - Inglés - Engels
Café Restaurant Le Vixiège - Belpech

Café Restaurant Le Vixiège - Belpech

Café Restaurant Le Vixiège - Belpech
 
Opening Restaurant:

- 01 january to 31 december -  
- Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday - from 08:30 to 15:00
- Thursday - from 08:30 to 00:00 
- Friday to Saturday - from 08:30 to 02:00
- Closed day(s): Sunday
Capacity Restaurant:
- 1 Restaurant room, 50 seats indoor, 25 seats terrace   Wheelchair friendly 
Qualité Tourisme Qualité Sud de France Aude Tourisme Ariège Pyrénées Office de Tourisme Intercommunal aux sources du Canal du Midi Revel
Equipments and Services:
 
  * Restaurant
* Parking
* Terrace
* Disabled reception
* Pets allowed
* Bar
  Sightseeing
 
- Château de Peyrepertuse
- Rennes le Château
- Château de Puilaurens
- Château de Puivert
- Château de Montségur
- Le Château d'Arques
- Château Villerouge-Termenès
- Saint Hilaire
- Forteresse de Salses
- Les Quatre Châteaux de Lastours
- Château Féodal de Fitou
- L'Abbaye de Villelongue (Abbaye Cistercienne)
- Abbaye de Fontfroide
- L'Abbaye de Saint-Papoul
- Abbaye de Saint-Polycarpe
- Carcassonne, 'La Cité'
- Château Chalabre
- Château d'Aguilar
- Château d'Usson
- Château de Quéribus
- Château de Termes
- Château et Remparts de la Cité de Carcassonne
- Carcassonne, Le Pont Vieux
- Lagrasse
- Carcassonne, la Bastide Saint-Louis
- Caunes-Minervois
- Grotte de Limousis
- Le Gouffre Géant de Cabrespine
- Gorges de Caune-Pont (Gorges de Coynepont)
- Gorges de Gouleyrous
- Gorges de Padern
- Gorges de Pierre Lys
- Gorges du Congoust
- Gorges du Termenet
- Gorges du Torgan
- Gorges du Verdouble et le Moulin de Ribaute
- Grotte de Fontrabiouse
- Grotte de l'Aguzou
- Grottes des Grandes Canalettes
- Les Gorges de Galamus - Saint-Paul-de-Fenouillet
- Pont de Ribaute
- Rivière de St Laurent de la Cabrerisse
- Bulles et Lumières - Maison Guinot - Limoux
- Cathédrale Saint-Just et Saint-Pasteur - Narbonne
- Corbières
- Pyreneeën
- Sidobre
- Terra Vinea - Portel-des-Corbières
- La Réserve Africaine de Sigean
- Musée de l'Abbé Saunière - Rennes-le-Château
- Saissac
- Montagne Noire (Black Mountains)
- Ille-sur-Têt - Les Orgues
- La Curiosité de Lauriole
- Les 9 Écluses de Fonséranes - Béziers
- Eburomagus - la Maison de l'Archéologie - Bram
- Le Jardin Botanique de Foncaude - Feuilla
- Le Labyrinthe des Vignes - Arzens
- Le Petit Train de la Cité de Carcassonne
- Le Petit Train de Narbonne
- Le Sentier Sculpturel de Mayronnes
- Les Calèches de la Cité de Carcassonne
- Les Papillons d'Amarante - Lesparrou
- Moulin d'Omer - Les Maîtres de mon Moulin - Cucugnan
- Musée Archéologique de Peyriac-de-Mer
- Musée de l'Abbé Saunière - Rennes-le-Château
- Musée de l'Ecole - Carcassonne
- Musée de la Chapellerie, Espéraza
- Musée de Paléontologie de Villeneuve-Minervois
- Musée de Préhistoire de Tautavel
- Musée des Arts et Métiers du Livre - Montolieu
- Musée des Automates - Limoux
- Musée des Beaux-Arts - Carcassonne
- Musée des Corbières - Sigean
- Musée des Dinosaures d'Espéraza
- Musée des Potiers Gallo-Romains d'Amphoralis
- Musée du Catharisme - Maison des Mémoires de Mazamet
- Musée du Quercorb - Puivert
- Musée du Verre de Sorèze
- Musée du Vieux Sallèles - Sallèles d'Aude
- Musée Hurepel de Minerve
- Musée Lapidaire - Narbonne
- Musée Mémoires du Moyen-Age - Carcassonne
- Musée National 'Ensérune - Nissan-lez-Ensérune
- Musée Petiet - Limoux
- Maison Déodat Roché - Arques
- Maison de la Truffe - Villeneuve-Minervois
- Maison Natale de Charles Trenet - Narbonne
- Maison des Mémoires - Maison Joë Bousquet - Varcassonne
- Moulin Bénazeth - Moulin à Vent - Villeneuve-Minervois
- Musée & Jardins du Canal du Midi - Revel
- Musée 1900 - Lagrasse
- Musée Archéologique de Narbonne
- Musée Archéologique du Lauragais - Castelnaudary
- Musée d'Art et d'Histoire - Narbonne
- Musée d'art moderne de Céret
- Musée d'Art Moderne Fonds Peské - Collioure
 

Mirepoix

Mirepoix

Foix

Foix

Fanjeaux

Fanjeaux



Malepère

A.O.C. Malepère

The Malepère region was awarded AOC status on May 2nd 2007. It is a hilly area south-west of the city of Carcassonne which is included in the appellation along with 31 other towns and villages. Although the area claims a great history of wine making it was in the 1970’s that the vineyards began to be replanted and VDQS status was granted. VDQS is the intermediary wine designation between Vin de Pays and AOC and is a testing ground for would-be AOC’s to prove that wines from all the producers share a common personality before they can be awarded full AOC status. Although an obscure region the Malepère is well worth a visit and offers a very different terrain to the more recognizable Languedoc appellations. There are many interesting medieval circular villages to visit. They were built this way to form ramparts to act as protection for the inhabitants. The Cathar religion was strong here and the area is immersed in history and folklore...


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....

 
  Café Restaurant
Le Vixiège *
 
Restaurant Traditional

15 Rue René Cassin
11420 BELPECH
 
Phone +33 4.68.60.62.03
Fax -

Email -
levixiege@gmail.com

Website -
www.restaurant-levixiege.com
 
Restaurant -

Menus: 15.00 € to 22.00 €
A la Carte: 13.50 € to 19.00 €
Daily Menu: 11.50 € to 15.00 €
 
Service:

Dogs allowedBike friendlyParkingRestaurantTerraceCafé, Bar
 
Payments
 
Map
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Monastère de Prouilhe

Monastère de Prouilhe - Fanjeaux

The Dominican nuns are indeed the elder sisters of the Dominican family, having been founded nearly ten years before the Order of Preachers came into being. Their first site, Prouilhe, was initially a refuelling stop for priests combating the heresy of Catharism in southwest France. (Catharism was an anti-Catholic, ascetic movement that saw the world as evil and denied the Trinity and the divinity of Christ). This first monastery at Prouilhe was essentially a work of mercy on the part of Dominic, not the fulfilment of some abstract dream about the beauty of enclosed contemplative life. It was a practical response to an urgent pastoral need. What was he to do with the small group of Cathar women he had converted at Fanjeaux, and how could he stop other young women from impoverished Catholic families from being seduced into heresy through the free education the Cathars offered? Obviously a safe house was necessary. A monastic community grew out of these unpromising beginnings, thanks to donations of land and goods and to willing lay helpers...


Lac de la Ganguise

Lac de la Ganguise

Created in the late '70s by damming the river Ganguise, this is a beautiful 280 hectare lake, which has become a centre for swimming, sailing, windsurfing, walking and wildlife. The attraction of 6 km of water, caused the Castlenaudary sailing club to move to the lake in the mid-80s. From their club on the western end of the lake, they now offer catamaran, sailing dinghy (Laser, 420 & 470), windsurfer, pedaloe and canoe hire. During July and August they also offer 5 day sailing and windsurfer courses. All around the lake there are beaches suitable for sun-bathing and swimming as well as a restaurant and a couple of bars....


Toulouse

Toulouse

Although not strictly in Languedoc, Toulouse is France’s sixth largest city and is understandably a big draw for visitors in the west of the region. A former capital of Languedoc, this city boasts attraction after attraction: stunning medieval churches, grand private mansions that add an extra air of elegance to an already gracious city, and buildings fashioned out of soft pink brick which, as the sun sets, reflect the fading rays in a magnificently soporific show of light. Toulouse has a life about it, unrivalled by any other city in the region; vibrant, energetic and proud. Home to European aircraft manufacturer, Airbus, this is also one of the best connected cities in the entire south of France. Founded on the Garonne river as Tolosa, the city was moved to its present position by the Romans in 120 BC. Following the collapse of the Roman empire, Toulouse came under the control of various local counts who gradually extended their dominance over much of southern France. However, things came to a bloody end in 1271 when forces from northern France finally tired of the city’s increasing support for Catharism and launched a crusade against the heretics. The Catholic victory led to the establishment of the university in the early thirteenth century. A major breakthrough in Toulouse’s fortunes came with the completion of the Canal du Midi in 1666 which provided the city with access to the sea. Occupied by the Nazis during World War 2, thankfully the city escaped the worst ravages of the war and today the city is a prosperous centre of hi-tech industry...


Castelnaudary

Castelnaudary

Castelnaudary is probably most famous for a 'peasant' dish of beans and various meats known as Cassoulet. It can take two days or more to prepare and is great comfort food for a chilly winter evening. The traditional cooking vessel is an earthenware pot from Issel called a cassole for which the dish is named. The ingredients include haricot beans grown in Pamiers or Lavelanet, duck confit, garlic sausage, pork, Toulouse sausage and mutton - but not necessarily all at the same time but a combination of several of them. If it's done absolutely to tradition, apparently is must be cooked in a baker's oven fired with rushes from the Montange Noire. In town you will find some fine old mansions, a restored windmill and an 18th Century semaphore tower. It is a real pleasure to spend a couple of hours in Castelnaudary having coffee or shopping for a picnic in the market. Today it serves as an important commercial centre for the rolling Lauragais farming country hereabouts, as it once was for the traffic on the Canal du Midi in the 17th century when agricultural and manufactured produce became easier to export to which it owed a period of prosperity. The Grand Bassin in the town at 7 hectares is the largest open area of water in the canal, and is today its major pleasure port. In fact, the most flattering view of the town is still that from the canal's Grand Bassin, which makes it look remarkably like a Greek island town, with its ancient houses climbing the hillside from the water's edge.


Parc Animalier
de la Matarelle

Parc Animalier de la Matarelle - Ferme Ecole Pédagogique - Laurabuc

The association "Les amis du parc" (Friends of the park), opens its doors for a visit to the seasons. Designed for children but also for adults, it contents can be adapted to your class projects or themes. We offer a tour of 2 to 3 hours on our journey route that is packed with information of animal species in the park that extends over an area of 3.5 hectares. A fun, cultures typical Lauragais and workshops for children will be presented. Rest areas and picnic area are available. More than a dozen different mammals and surprising, a hundred breeds of small animals (chickens, ducks, pheasants, etc ...) and a space aviary with canaries, parakeets and other exotic birds....


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