Les Martinets du Lézert (Groupe), Les Martinets du Lézert (Groupe)

Le Bas-Ségala

Les Martinets du Lézert (Groupe)

The copper foundries of La Bastide l'Evêque existed in the 14th century and stopped working in the 19th century. The name "martinet" refers to the water powered hammer used in the foundry. Here, copper was beaten out into "coupes noires" (black cups) which were then sent to be finished elsewhere, including to coppersmiths in Villefranche. Today, the Ramonde foundry has been brought back to life by the Martinet Association
" Entrance fee 3€ per person and one free every 20 persons. Free for the driver and organiser. The martinets of Bastide l'Evêque existed in the 14th century and stopped functioning in the 19th century. Copper was melted in the Martinets and cauldrons called 'Black cup' were created. They were then supplied to "Païdouliers" who finished them by affixing the handles."

Open all year round for group visits by reservation, from 1st May to 30th June on Sundays and public holidays from 3-6pm and from 1st July to 30th September on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Sundays and public holidays from 3-6pm

Capacities & Services

Languages : EN FR OC

Equipments and services

  • Barbecue
  • Coach parking
  • Educational tours
  • Free guided tour for groups
  • Picnic area
  • Prestation - En partie à l'extérieur et en partie couverte
  • Projection room
  • Toilets

Opening & Prices

opening times

    from 01 march 2021 to 31 october 2021

Rates

Rates 2021

  • Adult group guided tour : 3,00€

Methods of payment

Cheque - Cash

Location

Les Martinets du Lézert (Groupe)
La Bastide-l'Évêque
D269 - Le Martinet de la Ramonde
12200 Le Bas-Ségala
lat. 44.354401 - lon. 2.123900

Contacts

Establishment


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