VISITING LERAB LING

A breath of fresh air in a unique environment

ImportantDue to ongoing retreats, visits in August are mainly possible on Sundays. Please always check the calendar.

Visits are open from April to October. Only Group visits can happen at other times in the year. Read more about group visits.

From spring to autumn, the community is happy to welcome you to visit the temple and discover its unique natural environment. Come and enjoy the atmosphere of this peaceful place, and discover one of the most amazing buildings in the Hérault! The site also features other examples of sacred art including a 7m high Buddha statue. The temple is inspired by the best examples of Tibetan monastery architecture in the Himalayas.

From spring onwards and depending on availability, you can visit our boutique and the Windhorse café to enjoy a hot or cold drink, ice cream and snacks.

As Lerab Ling is a retreat centre, please always check the dates and times of visits before coming.

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How to find us

Lerab Ling, L'Engayresque, 34650 Roqueredonde, France
Telephone: +33 (0)4 67 88 46 00
GPS: 43.800248,3.237998



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Lerab Ling
L’Engayresque
34650 Roqueredonde
France

Email – lerab.ling@rigpa.org
Telephone  +33 (0) 467 88 46 00
Website – www.lerabling.org

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About Lerab Ling

Lerab Ling, under the patronage of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, is one of the main centres preserving the authentic study and practice of Tibetan Buddhism. Founded in 1991...

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