As far back as Gallo-Roman times, the village was home to a mysterious castrum with the intriguing names of Ramos or Rams. As the centuries passed, religious monks took up residence in Lasbordas or Bordies. Ah, and did you know that in 1174, the church of Saint Pey de Romengous made its appearance? But the clou du spectacle, it was in the 17th century that Les Bordes became a stronghold of Protestantism, closely linked to Mas d’Azil. Other villages even joined the Reformed revolt. These tumultuous adventures intertwine with the Arize and Lèze valleys and the Comté de Foix, to our great historical delight!