Sainte-Enimie

On the slopes of a canyon cut by the gorges of the Tarn, Sainte-Enimie sets out its massive limestone houses in tiers at the foot of an old Benedictine monastery, all that remains of which is a chapel and a chapter house. At its feet is Burle spring which is said to have cured the Merovingian princess Enimie of leprosy.

+ d'infos : www.cevennes-gorges-du-tarn.com

Information : Cévennes-Gorges du Tarn Tourist Office - Tel : +33 (0)4 66 45 01 14


(google maps)

Must-sees and must-dos

  • Ecomusée du Vieux Logis, Romanesque church, chapter house
  • A guided tour of the village

Themes

  • By the waterside : Gorges du Tarn, Burle spring
  • Abbeys and churches : Romanesque church, chapter house and l’Ermitage cave