Ok, so here we have the village of Campagne-sur-Aude. Unique in it’s central 11th century fort, housing the church, the Templar Knights’ quarters, Masters House, smithy, armoury and stables.
Around this circular structure, what is now the Promenade du Chateau Fort was once a moat with a single main entrance to the church (The door you see above is a later addition)-Right- Originally you would have entered here and followed the narrow curved path (just wide enough for a laden Knight) around and upward to the original entrance-Left
So which of these little stone French gems is ours? Well, the red arrow in the header photo shows our double roof…
The line of trees behind us edge the river Aude.