Cultural heritage

VILLAGE OF MERENS

Explore the village of Mérens and its XNUMXth century parish church (which would have been the chapel of a castle), its typical south-western dovetail bell tower with two alveoli and the cross wrought iron.
The church was built with local stones, just like its tiling which comes from an old tile factory near Mérens. It is the wood of a cedar fallen during the storm Klaus which was used to renovate the bell tower in 2010.
The once nearby cemetery disappeared in 1862.

The Château de Mérens, a Gascon (private) castle built at the end of the XNUMXth century and the beginning of the XNUMXth century, was extensively altered in the XNUMXth century.
It has been on the list of historic monuments since 2003.

Near

VILLAGE OF LAVARDENS

In rainy weather - Lavardens

DOMAIN ENCAPETTE

- Lavardens

LAVARDENS CASTLE

In rainy weather - Lavardens