Left- This is the side door of the Master’s House which is part of the 11th century fortified centre of the village, wrapped around the original Knights Templar Church here.
A local resident, Yannick, who has had much of the oral history of the village handed down to him, tells us that under the Master’s House are two graves with very tall skeletons in (The Knights were , of course, tall by legend!) This has not been further investigated yet, but the whole village and surrounding areas are steeped in history with relics going back as far as the Visigoths and earlier. The Templar’s presence is just a chapter, albeit a significant one, which I will write about more in future posts.Right- The first floor balconies on the Master’s House-Note the stonework
And a few more gorgeous & original doors for you!