Le patrimoine de Nissan-lez-Enserune
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Leisure - Sports -  Mountain walks - Snow-shoe walks - Hiking - Walking
Le patrimoine de
Nissan-lez-Enserune

Le patrimoine de Nissan-lez-Enserune

Le patrimoine de Nissan-lez-Enserune

Le patrimoine de Nissan-lez-Enserune

Le patrimoine de Nissan-lez-Enserune

Le patrimoine de Nissan-lez-Enserune

Le patrimoine de Nissan-lez-Enserune
 
Le patrimoine de Nissan-lez-Enserune

This easy walk allows you to visit Nissan's heritage: lime kiln, chapel, the 3 mills and a Noria. In clear weather you have a beautiful view over the sea, the Clape, the Canigou and the foothills of the Montagne Noire.

This track is very well marked by the "Friends of Nissan": Trait Bleu all over the circuit.
Le patrimoine de Nissan-lez-Enserune
(D/A) Turn right, South East, Avenue du Groupe Scolaire, cross Boulevard de Cantaussels and at the end of the avenue, turn left onto Rue des Carrières. Continue to join the Chemin des Jonquilles, near the Old Lime Kiln.
(1) Continue straight on this path and take the marked path opposite it and enter the pine forest. Find a wide stony path, take it to the right and follow it to the road, ignoring several turns left and right. Follow the latter to the right and come to a crossroads (sign).
(2) Turn left, on a return journey, to quickly reach the Saint-Christol Chapel with an arboretum and a cemetery.
(3) Return to the board. (2) Go straight on for 100 m and at the first fork turn right and follow the dirt road to the plateau.
(4) Take the marked path on the left. Walk past the Moulin de Balaye (mill with wooden roof), follow the markings to the other mill. Cross the tarmac road and turn left to reach the Tiquet mill with its tiled roof.
(5) Leave the road and follow signs to the right to reach the third mill, Barral's (no roof).
(6) Continue the path straight on to the pine forest (hill 74).
 
  (7) When leaving the pine forest, turn right and descend to the road to Salles d'Aude, the D162. Cross it by making a left / right. PTT message. Walk 100 meters down the path towards the stadium. Take the stony path to the right and turn left 10 meters before the asphalt road towards the multipurpose room and the pond. Reach the Noria.
(8) Cross the lawn to the right to go to the parking lot and to the road, turn right. At the intersection of the paved roads, go straight on Boulevard Pierre et Marie Curie. Follow the markings on both sides of the road. At the second intersection, with Rue Pasteur, take the path on the left between the two corner houses. Cross the Fontaine du Gué river, go straight on to Boulevard de Cantaussel and turn right. At the fifth intersection on the left, take Rue Claude Papi. At the end of the dead end street, take the passage on the right between the 2 houses to get to the schools. Turn right again and join the stadium parking lot (D/A).
Le patrimoine de Nissan-lez-Enserune
Points of passage:
D/A: km 0 - alt. 35m - Parking du stade avec tennis
1: km 0.74 - alt. 58m - Ancien four à chaux
2: km 2.28 - alt. 63m - Carrefour chapelle, panneau
3: km 2.5 - alt. 45m - Chapelle Saint-Christol
4: km 3.55 - alt. 74m - Plateau
5: km 4.14 - alt. 63m - Moulin Tiquet
6: km 4.28 - alt. 69m - Moulin Barral
7: km 4.93 - alt. 72m - Pinède
8: km 5.75 - alt. 26m - Noria
D/A: km 7.03 - alt. 35m - Parking du stade

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Le patrimoine de Nissan-lez-Enserune

Le patrimoine de Nissan-lez-Enserune

Le patrimoine de Nissan-lez-Enserune

Le patrimoine de Nissan-lez-Enserune

Le patrimoine de Nissan-lez-Enserune
 
Features:
 
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- Distance
- 7,3 km
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- Mini Altitude
- 26 meter
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- Departure
- Parking du stade
- Nissan-lez-Enserune
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- Type
- Loop
a - Max Altitude
- 79 meter
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- Vertical drop
- 191 meter
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- Duration
- 2,15 Hours
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- Markup
- Yes
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- IGN reference
- 2545ET, 2545OT
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- Difficulty
- Easy
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- Coordinates
- N 43.287244° /
  E 3.131483°
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Opening Le patrimoine de Nissan-lez-Enserune :

- 01 january to 31 december   
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Canal du Midi

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Both the Romans and Leonardo Da Vinci already had the idea of ​​creating a river connection between the Mediterranean and the Atlantic Ocean. However, there was always a problem. For example, a way had to be found to overcome the 194-meter-high Seuil de Naurouze ridge. Over the centuries, the pressure increased. A canal had to be built so that the ships of the French fleet would not have to make the 2000 kilometer detour around enemy Spain. A canal connecting the Atlantic to the Mediterranean would not only be a huge time saver. They also avoided difficulties with the Spaniards. In the end it was an engineer from Béziers named Pierre-Paul Riquet who came up with the idea of ​​diverting another river that originated on the ridge, the so-called Fontaine de la Grave. This would give a canal sufficient water supply, so that a canal could be dug around the ridge. King Louis XIV was aware of the canal's economic, political and military interests, which led to the construction of the Canal du Midi in 1666. Tens of thousands of workers worked for 14 years on the 328 structures that the Canal du Midi has, such as bridges, aqueducts and basins. The canal was completed in 1681. Pierre-Paul Riquet was never allowed to view the channel in its entirety. He died a year before delivery. The Canal du Midi has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1969. The economic importance of the canal has since been minimized because commercial inland shipping has largely disappeared. Along the canal are several towns, monuments and harbors that are worth a visit. A nice experience is to explore the canal by boat, but a nice walk or bike ride along the Canal du Midi is also highly recommended!

 
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Leisure - Sports - Mountain walks - Snow-shoe walks - Hiking - Walking

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Capestang

Capestang

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Campsite
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La Cascade
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