The priory of Moirax
A former priory of Cluniac on the way to Santiago de Compostela, the church of Moirax is a jewel of the Romanesque architecture.
It was in the middle of the eleventh century that Guillaume-Arnaud, lord of Moirax, donated his lands to the Clunisian order. The order immediately decided the construction of a priory. The work began in the year 1049. A unique harmony emerges from the building with pure lines and the village of Moirax offers a unique viewpoint over the valley of the Garonne.