Nestling in the heart of abundant green landscapes, Consegudes is a charming village located in a mountainous area and surrounded by forested hills.
The village houses are high, narrow and closely built together. Pleasant walks are to be had down the narrow streets of the village which have been decorated by flowers lovingly tended by the elderly women.
During your wanders, now and again you'll happen upon charming little squares, a notable example is Jean Amic square with its Chapel and the larger Town Hall square from where you can take advantage of wonderful views over the surrounding countryside…
What to see:
Roman Church. St Paul's Chapel.
Communal bread oven.
The Source of the R. Bouisse. Infernet chasm.
Highest point at la Baisse, 1450 m.
Fishing. Hiking and Horse-Riding.
Hiking and Horse-Riding overnight gite.