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The Puig Neulos is the highest point of the Albères massif. It culminates at 1256m above sea level, marking the border between France and Spain. On this promontory, one is very quickly struck by the contrast of the stone tower built by Manel (legendary shepherd of the Albères), symbol of a bygone era, alongside the television relay station, bristling with antennas and multiple sensors, a mark indisputable of our modernity.
From this height, one can very clearly distinguish the plain of Roussillon bordered by the sea, the chain of the Pyrenees towards the west, and the plain of the Ampurdan where the rocky coast comes to die gently in the bay of Rosas.

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