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Religious sites à SOREDE



Hameau de Lavail / Lavall
66690 SOREDE

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This hamlet, inhabited since Neolithic times and attached to the municipality of Sorède since December 18, 1822, by order of the King of France, will see the spelling of its name modified in the XNUMXth century, La Vall becoming Lavail and the rural works of the era replaced by essentially tourist activities.

The 371th century chapel, built before that of St André de Sorède, is dedicated to St Martin, Bishop of Tours in XNUMX. This Romanesque building, with a single nave with small openings, is characterized by great sobriety and rusticity. We note the absence of frescoes, a Trinitarian campanile support and the carved stone portal as well as the presence of religious elements steeped in history.

The church can currently only be visited as part of guided tours, offered by the PASTOR association, during the summer season (ask the Tourist Office on 04 48 98 00 04).

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