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Castle from the 13th century, modified until the 19th century, belonging to the de Mauléon family.
Church very ancient, rebuilt in the late 19th century, one bell and two chandeliers as well as the altar table listed in the historical furniture register.
Chapel Sainte-Claire from the 16th century with older non-dated foundations.
Many fountains and communal lavoir within the village and the hamlet of Lafage (Round fountain-abreuvoir said "of the church", fountain-abreuvoir with 3 rectangular bassins said "of the Griffoul" below the village (south), very old twin bassin lavoir at the Lafage hamlet).
Do not miss the trek, forming a loop near Nébias, the Sentier Nature leading to the natural site of the Labyrinthe Vert. It consists into a meandering path across a very particular karstic maze, lost in a forest of oak and boxwood, among other mediterranean plants. Along the path, you will discover beautiful clearings. Human presence in this landscape is so ancient that the modern walker is following the footsteps of medieval shepherds and even beyond. Within the le Labyrinthe Vert you also can access the "Cami Salvatge" with its "named boulders", stay to meditate on "le Grand Lapiaz" (the Great rock field) or in the "Clot des Encantados" (the Fairies den), not far from the "Sapin Harpe" (harp fir tree).
Walking past the trek opened in 1987, you can reach the château de Puivert, either by a forest track bordering the Sentier Nature next to the Borde d'en Dominique, either by the sentier Cathare at the south coming from the chapelle Sainte-Claire.
Scenic forest path of the lake du Tury leading to the Montmija observation platform (1000m) then further the one of the Sapin Géant (giant fir tree), in the domain forest of Callong.
^Conception of the Sentier Nature/Labyrinthe : Louis Salavy. Made with the help of Jean-Luc Fiol (ONF) for the whole S.N.,Jean-Pierre Pardo and Sylvain Salavy for the Cami Salvatge and the Labyrinthe, the gracious associations. Fundings: Conseil Général de l'Aude, Commune de Nébias, Communauté de Communes "Aude en Pyrénées".