Saturday, August 29, 2015
Espezel (in Occitan Espesèlh), is a French village , located in the department of Aude in the region Languedoc-Roussillon. Its inhabitants are called the Espézelois.
Apart from Louis Bes (finalist of the France rugby championship in 1929 with Lezignan), Espezel is famous for another Louis: Louis Pech or “P’tit Louis” is the colourful beret-wearing owner of Relais du Pays de Sault, the local auberge famous for its country cuisine in unlimited quantities.
Wine can be served in a porron and you could be unlucky if P’tit Louis chooses you to show the workings…