Camps Sur Agly ChurchCamps Sur Agly Church
©Camps Sur Agly Church|Jean Louis Socquet

Camps on the Agly

Located on the borders of Peyrepertuses, Fenouillède and Razès, this small village watches preciously from the top of its hill over the Agly river which originates there.


To be seen

to do

Among the sights of this village are the ruins of the castle (XI and XII century). Built on a rocky outcrop, it dominates the Agly valley. Today, almost nothing remains of this site, which was used as a stone quarry for the construction of many houses in the village. The engraved stones of some houses are also one of the original features. The most remarkable is the Fabre house, with at the height of the second floor, a superb sculpted bust under which a cartouche dated 1789 gathers a number of tools

The Salt Smugglers’ Trail, a 12 km hike with a remarkable view of the Pyrenees, the Pech de Bugarach and the Canigou.