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We have been very fortunate to see some wonderful historic remains particularly in Rome and Cyprus and these felt us feeling just a little underwhelmed.
We parked part way up the hill, do not use the lower car park it is quite a walk. The...More
We visited on a very hot July day. Everyone parked in the large car park at the bottom near the tourist office and tunnel de Malpas. You can in fact drive up the road, rather than walking up in baking hear as we and most...More
We were traveling by car from Arles to Carcassonne and were looking for interesting sites to visit along the way.
We are so glad that we stopped here. Being from LA we can visit the Getty museum to see pottery and items from this time...More
This hill of Enserune, offered natural protection to an elevated settlement - an oppidum.
Dating back to the 6th century BC, the site was discovered in 1860.
It is fascinating.
Great archaeological site and museum - plus, the stunning view over the drained lake of...More
We had the opportunity to visit the oppidum with a fantastic fanatic guide. What a bless! He provided the whole background and historical understanding of the place. Without the guide, the location is not self explaining, despite the movie presented. Enjoy!
We came in with rather low expectations and the goal of largely seeing the Etang de Montady (large circular agricultural feature dating to the 13th century in the valley below). We found found ruins of dozens of one room houses with grain silos (large pots...More
Ruins stand out like beacons, for me. I love them. This one stands on top of the hill with the wind whipping through the tree branches, revealing an unusual sight in the distant valley. It looks like a gigantic crop circle, like the radiating spokes...More