©Gardie|Didier Donnat


The village is located at an altitude of 235 meters, and the most basic lands are watered by a tributary of the Lauquet: Le Barris. The origin of Gardie goes back to the 9th century. It was given by Roger, Count of Carcassonne to the Abbey of Saint Hilaire. The lordship of Gardie remained in the domain of the abbey until 1790. The territory is known for its lush vineyards producing a high quality wine: red, white, crémant and blanquette.


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Village and its church dedicated to Saint Peter and Saint Paul.