Magalas Property

Property in Magalas - A Guide to Magalas

The village of Magalas nestles on the side of a hill between Autignac and Pouzolles. With it’s narrow winding streets snaking their way up and down, it’s easy to get lost when looking for property here. Some property in Magalas dates back as far as the 13 th Century, with metre thick stone walls and stone block arches still very apparent. Some Magalas properties even have the old slits in the walls that were used for firing arrows from long bows or crossbows.

With such old property lining the streets, every house in Magelas needs to considered under it’s own merits. Like other towns and villages in this part of France, all the properties are different, and it’s only by visiting each one that you can truly see what it’s like.

I’ve heard of properties in Magalas going for very low prices, but like most of the region, low prices usually mean lots and lots of work. In reality, you’re still looking upwards of 100,000€ for something in good condition.

Magalas has a few bars and restaurants to note. The “Excalibur” bar has tables and chairs outside for a summer drink and does some very good pizzas. “La Boucherie” is well known for it’s excellent meat. If you want a good steak, then this is undoubtedly one of the best places in the whole region to get it.

There is also a small general store and the all important cash point.

About a 15 minute drive from Beziers, withy it’s hypermarkets and bustling town centre. Beziers also has direct train links to Montpellier. Airports at Montpellier and Carcassonne can be reached in about an hour and an hour and a half respectively.

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