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BelpecheThe centre piece of Plaigne is the 12th century church and its bell tower. The village cross, with the Cathar hand carved on the back, is a protected monument. On Friday evenings at 6pm, if you care to stroll up to the old school house, you can enjoy a beer or glass of wine and a game of petanque a form of boules. It is very sociable and has views out to the Pyrenees.



Approx 10mins drive away and is the nearest village for shops. It is a quaint small village with the river l'Hers running through it and has two bakeries (you can also arrange to have your bread delivered), butchers, post office, a garage (petrol & repairs), 2 mini markets, a pharmacy, a tobacconist/newsagent (Selling British Newspapers) and the La Vixiege bar/restaurant.




Approximately 15mins drive away and has a bakery, general store, pharmacy, newsagents, butchers, post office, bar, doctors and dentist.



About 15mins away and is a lovely medieval market town with a cloistered square and cathedral (which took 500 years to build).

There are plenty of cafes and restaurants for both daytime and evening meals. It has a market every Monday with local produce and holds special events throughout the summer months.