A network of paths criss-cross the St Pons valley, which is dotted with green meadows. An old abandoned mill near a waterfall, a Cistercian abbey (1205), in which nuns of the Order of Cîteaux lived until 1427, and the Romanesque chapel, Chapelle de St Martin, nestle in the Parc de St Pons. This lush haven, cooled by the shade of its abundant vegetation, is at its brightest in spring, when the Judas trees bear their pink blossom.
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