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Maury

The village and the station

Accessibility to the station

Maury is located in the Roussillon plain, about 30 kilometers northwest of Perpignan, the main city of the region. The village is surrounded by vineyards and is located close to the Corbières mountains.

Maury is famous for its natural sweet wines, notably the AOC Maury natural sweet wine. The town is located in the heart of the wine region of the same name and is home to numerous wine estates where you can taste these famous wines.

It has a rich historical heritage. The village is notably home to the Sainte-Marie church, a church dating from the 14th century, as well as remains of the medieval ramparts. There is also the Château de Quéribus, a medieval fortress located nearby, which is worth a visit.

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Access: Maury is accessible by road, notably by taking the A9 motorway which crosses the region. The town is also served by local bus lines.

The station platform has been adapted for people with mobility difficulties and people with disabilities.​

Restauration

Chez Miro - 93 av Jean Jaurès - Located 5 minutes from the station Reservation on 04 68 84 77 82

The Café de la placette - 1 Place de la Révolution - with its terrace offers a daily menu, lunch and dinner, every day. P.M.R. access

Reservation at 04 68 59 27 81

 

La Maison Vidal - 33 avenue Jean Jaurès - located 10 minutes from the station, offers grills. Open every lunchtime except Wednesday and in the evening only Friday and Saturday. Reservation at 04 68 59 02 18

La Maison du terroir - 2 Av. Jean Jaurès - local cuisine, La Maison du terroir offers local cuisine as well as a wide choice of wines.

Reservation at 04 68 68 92 54​

Accomodations

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