Molitg-les-Bains (the name is pronounced "Molitch" and means "Big Mill") is a small mountain village located in the Pyrénées-Orientales Department, just south of the Aude, somewhere between Prades and Quillan. It is famous for its thermal station and even has its own website. On the photo above, a car approaches Molitg from the South.
The Thermal Station & the Hotel are built inside and alongside the cliffs. The entrance to Molitg's Thermal Station, off the Main Road, is remarkable. There's another view of Molitg's Thermal Station nested in its Hollow and also looking Down from the Road towards the Station and its Pool.
There is a pretty Castle Overlooking the Station. The River Castellane crosses the Gorge at the Bottom of the Hill.
Molitg's Church is at a Crossroad - right is South towards Prades, left is towards the Old Village on the high plateau. (Maggie and handler right on the picture as well.) Another view of the Church and the same Crossroad. Behind the photographer is the road north towards Quillan. The Church's Square by the Road offers a beautiful Fountain.
In season, excellent food (specialty: crepes!) can be found at Les Marronniers in the Old Village of Molitg, up the hill.