Aude - Originally a part of the Languedoc-Rousillion - Now a part of L'Occitanie

Aude is a Department in the Occitanie Region of South-western France named after the Aude River.

Situated in the Central South of France and bordering the Mediterranean Sea. The Prefecture "County Town" is the medieval town of Carcassonne.

The principal towns (communes) of the Aude are:

Carcassonne (Prefecture)
Castelnaudary
Lagrasse
Limoux (sub-prefecture)
Leucate
Lézignan-Corbières
Narbonne (sub-prefecture)
Quillon
Sigean
& some Cathar sites:
Peyrepertuse
Quéribus
Villerouge-Termenès
& Other towns and villages in the Aude

For more information, use the links below.

The Faieres Dolmen at Pépieux

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