Capital of Minervois, Languedoc-Roussillon, Olonzac is a town located near Homps and Siran, on the edge of the department of Aude. Passage between the Canal du Midi and the village of Minerve, it takes place about thirty kilometers from Narbonne and Carcassonne and its famous medieval city.
Already mentioned in the ninth century, the town of Olonzac has a rather old origin. Strongly touched in the thirteenth century by the Albigensian Crusade, it has grown steadily over the centuries, becoming even a diocesan city in the course of the fifteenth century. Prosperous, she has lived for a long time in the manufacture of olive oil or market gardening.
Today, Olonzac remains appreciated for its authentic charm, wine AOC Minervois, or for its proximity to some of the most beautiful sights of Occitanie.