Through an easy access and signposted circuit, you will follow the limestone cliffs of the Guitardes plateau from the Rocher mill to discover the capitelles.
These small flat dry stone constructions (slate) are built without binder, in the shape of an igloo and served as shelters for the peasant, the winegrower while the rain stops or for a short nap. The capitelles also made it possible to store the stones tirelessly withdrawn from the plots to prepare for cultivation. Today they enhance the wine-growing landscape and arouse the curiosity of hikers.
In a grandiose landscape, where the emblematic peaks of the high cantons of Hérault, la Grage, Caroux, mingle, you will have at your feet the terroir of the prestigious vineyard which surrounds the village of Saint-Chinian in a quality setting. You will then walk in the middle of restored capitelles and by observing more carefully, you will discover the rich flora of our scrubland.
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