Languedoc Roussillon charming houses rentals
Languedoc Roussillon is a magnificent region which will make your holidays unforgettable.
You will discover a multitude of landscapes, sites, activities that a generous sun illuminates 300 days a year and you will be charmed by the kindness and authenticity of the people you meet.
You will be spoiled for choice to organize, with family or friends, a dream vacation and taste in turn culture, sports, leisure, local specialties: everyone will find what they need as the possibilities are rich and varied. But you will also have the right to do nothing if your heart tells you …
From here you can easily reach all the interesting places in the region : we are located in a village in the Aude very close to the Canal du Midi and Narbonne, between Carcassonne to the west, Montpellier to the north, Perpignan to the south and the Mediterranean Sea to the east.
The Narbonnaise Regional Natural Park and 50 kilometers of beachawait you to relax but also to discover the beautiful coastal villages such as Gruissan, Bages, Peyriac de Mer, Leucate and its cliff. You will find many sports (windsurfing, kitesurfing, sailing, sand yachting), restaurants, oyster bars …
You’ll be spoiled for choice :
• on the water: catamarans, windsurfing, kitesurfing, paddleboarding, canoeing, canyoning, rafting, jet skiing, buoys,
• on land: cycling, hiking, horse riding, climbing, sand yachting, karting
• underground : caving
• in the air : paraglider, free fall simulator
Discover winemakers, terroirs and wines
With its 245,000 ha, the Languedoc Roussillon vineyard is one of the most extensive in France. The passion of the winegrowers you will meet, the variety of landscapes and the diversity of wines that you will taste will enchant you and the Corbières, Minervois, Fitou, Saint-Chinian … will no longer hold any secrets for you. 2,500 estates and 30,000 winegrowers await you!
Stroll through the markets
Thesouth of France would be nothing without its many lively and colorful markets where producers are proud to let you taste their products in a festive atmosphere. Les halles de Narbonne , les marchés de Lézignan Corbières, de Ginestas, d’Olonzac, de Saint-Chinian sont quelques exemples de marchés où vous vous régalerez.
Practice many activities alone, with family or friends
• the visit of the region in “two horses”, an old French car full of charm
• the Acromix adventure park in Gruissan
• the African reserve of Sigean
• lakes, rivers, waterfalls
• the Mayronnes trail
• the giant chasm of Cabrespine, the cave of Limousis
Discover the Canal du Midi
It’s a dream come true: connecting the Atlantic to the Mediterranean, avoiding the detour through Gibraltar… Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996, today it is a place of freshness and tranquility to be explored by boat, by boat. by bike, on horseback or on foot… There are many villages to visit as well as numerous structures such as locks, canal bridges, boat tunnels… One of the prettiest villages on the canal, Le Somailis a few minutes from home for lunch or dinner by the canal, visit a painting gallery or rent small boats.
Go back in time by visiting Narbonne, Carcassonne, abbeys, medieval villages, fortresses
Narbonne has received the “City of Art and History” label and will enchant you not only with its atmosphere, its streets, its walk along the Canal de la Robine, its market but also by the richness of its historical heritage and its museums.
Carcassonneis the most important medieval city in Europe. It is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and will make you dream with its alleys, its 3 km long ramparts and its 52 towers.
The abbeys have long been “oases” of life in a hostile world. They were always located in magnificent places. Fontfroideis a perfect example. It is the most visited in the region (with around 100,000 visitors per year) and it is also one of the most original: Cistercian abbey founded in 1093, which became a private historical monument in 1908, it still belongs to the same family. and offers many activities all year round. There are over 20 abbeys to visit in the region.
There are many medieval villages such as Minerveand Lagrasse, both classified among “The Most Beautiful Villages of France”. The first is an incredible Cathar village perched on its rocky outcrop surrounded by scrubland and vineyards, the second is crossed by the Orbieu and is distinguished by its alleys, its bridges, its covered market from the 14th century and its abbey founded in the 8th century.
Quéribus and Peyrepertuse, castles of the Cathar country, are fine examples of royal fortresses built on rocky peaks to defend the border with Spain. The view from their peaks is impressive. You should also see the fortress of Salses built by the Spaniards in the plain and where many battles took place.
Take part in many festivities all year round
For example :
• Limoux : Carnival and Toques et Clochers
• Peyriac de Mer: every two years in April, traveling meal in the heart of nature to feast your eyes and taste buds
• Leucate : Sol y Fiesta (early May) – bodegas, shows, music
• La Clape : the Gourmet Ballade (mid-May)
• Gruissan : Festejades (early June)
• Castelnaudary : Cassoulet festival (end of August)
• Narbonne : 3 days of celebration and concerts (end of August) – bodegas, shows, music
From the Michelin-starred restaurant, through restaurants in the middle of the scrubland, by the beach or along the Canal du Midi, not to mention, oyster tastings by the sea, you will have the choice to delight your taste buds .