The Sunrise Line is a landscape alignment in the Languedoc region of southern France, passing through multiple significant ancient sites at a bearing of approximately 74°.

It runs between Pic de Saint-Barthélemy at the western end and the Château Villerouge-Termenès in the east.

At right-angles to the Sunrise Line is the second alignment shown, known as the Bugarach Baseline.

Both lines were first described by David Wood in his book Genisis, and later by Henry Lincoln in The Holy Place, but the alignments shown in this video include end-points for both lines not noted by these authors.

On this day each year, in a ceremony whose origins are lost in the mists of time, the villagers would climb to the top of the mountain, and observe the sunrise from the summit each year on 24th August.

The sun rises along the alignment in the landscape named the "Sunrise Line", by David Wood (although both he and Henry Lincoln cited the incorrect date on which the sun rises on this bearing).