Palairac is a flowery village but also a former mining village. Discover the Saint Saturnin church (1859th century), its enigmatic fresco of the Holy Chalice and its baroque furniture. A village legend reports that, following his visit to the La Canal silver mine, Louis XIV offered Baroque furniture for the church... Moreover, in the very sloping cemetery, a Maltese cross and a XNUMX mission crosses are noteworthy. A thematic trail starting from the village allows you to discover the little-known mining past of the Hautes Corbières: the Forgotten Iron Trail on the Lacamp plateau.
Palairac is a florit village, but also an old mining village. Discover the glèisa Sant-Saturnin (sègle 11), its fresca enigmatica del sant Calici and its barròc furniture. Una legenda del vilatge tells that, following his visit to the silver mine of La Canal, Lois XIV would have made a present of the barròc furniture of the glèisa… : lo Forgotten Iron Path of Lacamp.
• Name: de Palearius, escais gallo)roman vengut de palearium, granièr de palha + sufix -acum
• Estatjants: los palairaguencs, los palairagòts
• Say: - “Lo fèr faguèt fòrt” (in memory of las minas de fèrre). - In Palairac, the pala replaced the culhièr.
Ranking & labels
- Flowery village