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Olargues is a town in the Hérault region of France.


In the beginning of XVII century, Olargues was successively occupied by the Romans, the Vandals and the Visigoths.

In 1629, the "Citadelle" was destroyed by "Cardinal de Richelieu" and there was "the war of Religions" too.

During this century, "Saint-Laurent church" was built in fact you can find some old bulwark of the village like "la porte Neuve", "la porte Gaubert" and "la porte des Pans".

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Get around[edit]

Map of Olargues


In this village you can see a lot of beautiful things, like the "Musée d'arts et de traditions", discover "l'aigle royal" and the different type of birds or "Le Mouflon" on "Haut-Languedoc".

Furthermore, you can observe the interior design medieval and "La Roche du Pitou".



Eat and Drink[edit]


After getting in the village you can rest yourself in hotels with 4 stars, for example "Les Quatre Farceurs" or "L'Hôtel des chats noirs".

Those hotels are comfortable and have a good service, the price is 84$ per night which is not really much.


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