The chapel of Notre-Dame de Centeilles, surrounded by cypresses and holm oaks, offers beautiful frescoes.
At an altitude of 96m, 580 Siranais(es) live in this village including the hamlets of Borie, Crémade, Cantaussel, Centeilles, Combelizarne, Fontbertière, Fournes, La Rouviole, Lauriole, Laval, Le Théron, Les Combelles, Métairies Basse, Métairies Blanches, Mousse and Najac.
Isolated at the foot of the Pic Saint-Martin, the chapel of Notre-Dame de Centeilles, surrounded by cypress and holm oaks, offers beautiful frescoes.
From April 1st to November 15th, the chapel is open on Sunday afternoons from 3pm to 6pm. And on appointment on Saturdays.
For groups: make an appointment with the association of the Friends of Centeilles.
Mr or Mrs Mandeville on 04 68 91 62 25 / Mrs Lignières on 04 68 91 50 07.
The current Gothic style chapel dates from the 13th and 15th centuries, built on the site of a Romanesque church.
This site, offering a vast panorama of the vineyard, marks the border between the Causse and the Minervois plain.
A little further down, Siran has preserved the gates of its medieval enclosure, including the one of Baden, surmounted by a clock tower.
:: The chapel of Notre-Dame de Centeilles.