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Domaine de l'eau salée, 11190 SOUGRAIGNE
lat. 42° 53' 26" - long. 2° 23' 27"

Tel. +33 4 68 69 82 94
Mob. +33 6 86 69 41 72

At Sougraigne on the Domaine de l'Eau Salée, the Sals gushes forth, a salt spring with up to 60g of salt per litre, and which historically has attracted many protagonists: glass makers, jet miners, charcoal burners, woodcutters, shepherds, pedlars and of course, salt smugglers and the customs officers on their heels.
The Salines forest glassworks is a remarkable archaeological site not far from this spring, with the remains of its two heating structures being particularly well preserved: a melting furnace more than 6 metres long, with a double hearth. These furnaces operated from the mid-seventeenth to the mid-eighteenth century.


Reception :

Rates, Methods of payment

  • Bank and postal cheques
  • Cash

Equipments and Services on site

  • Pets allowed
  • Unguided individual visits
  • Individual guided tours
  • Unguided group visits
  • Group guided tours
  • Groups accepted