The two dolmens are fairly close together, about 3 1/2 km north-east of the village. Leave the centre of the village by the ‘Rue du Dolmen’, a very narrow lane passing to one side of the large fountain, and continue on the road through the new lotissement and steadily uphill for about 3 1/2km. The countryside is beautiful and after the vines you’ll arrive in an area of smallish evergreen oaks. The site has a small car park on the right hand side of the road and an information board
Alternatively, leave the village centre on the D111 towards Caunes. About 500m from the village centre, immediately after the Cave Cooperative which is on your left, turn left. The sign post indicates ‘Dolmens’ amongst other places. Continue straight up the hill for about 3 1/2 km.
The dolmens can be freely visited at any time and two circuits of about 800m have been marked out to assist walkers. The paths are well signed and pass through a small wood of evergreen oaks. Name markers are placed beside many of the plants typical of this region.
Avove is a view from inside, looking 150° S S-W. directly across the valley of the Aude river to Alaric Mountain.