Montouliers is a charming Mediterranean village located on a small hill at the gateway to the Minervois and Saint-Chinian AOCs, clinging to an old castle that once belonged to the archbishops of Narbonne. This village has a particular curiosity: its calades (sloping streets made up of pebbles), the perfect type of what used to be the coating of a roadway in Mediterranean villages.
Surrounded by vines and scrubland, this hill strewn with olive trees is a true concentrate of Mediterranean essences (thyme, rosemary, broom…).
Also discover the Roman fountain on leaving the village, it is a source of water and freshness throughout the year. This fountain would have been dug by a legion of Julius Caesar.