The small village of Bethmale is at the heart of the department of Ariege. It takes place not far from Saint-Girons, in Castillonnais.
This ancient megalithic site takes its name from its beautiful landscape, and the Gascon and Beth Malh, meaning beautiful Rocky Mountains. nice and quiet place, the village owes its fame to the cheese which he gave his name. Very old, this delicious gourmet product made from cow's milk, was created in the early Middle Ages.
If ariégeois this village does not have an architectural heritage of exception, however, it is worth a look for its environmental heritage. At the heart of the mountains of the department, Bethmale reveals rocky landscapes and lakes, to the delight of nature lovers.
Note however that the site reveals some houses with typical architecture of this part of southern France.