Information on Languedoc Roussillon
Stretching along France’s southwestern coastline from Provence to the Pyrenees, Languedoc feels like a country in its own right. Sultry and sun-baked, it’s been a strategic border since Roman times, and the area is littered with historical reminders, from Roman aqueducts to hilltop Cathar castles. These days it’s best known for its vineyards, which produce a third of all French wine, and its busy beaches, which sprawl all along its Mediterranean coast.
- £410 to £950 p/w
- Bedrooms 3
- Sleeps 6
This exclusively designed home is located on La Carabasse four star park. Laid out to feature landscaped avenues, with plenty of space between the homes. The recently refurbished heated pool area, (now shallower) features a stunning 17 person water jet Jacuzzi with the surrounding gardens having been thoughtfully landscaped with palm trees and shrubs. A large patio area, with sun beds and a shaded area is ideal during high summer, or for those wh...
- Bedrooms 1
- Sleeps 2
The best of a hotel and a boutique spa - perfectly combined. Located in a small unspoilt village in the South of France, in the heart of the beautiful 'Parc du Haut Languedoc' and five minutes from the Lamalou Golf Club, the Couvent d'Hérépian offers the refinement you would expect from an upscale hotel with the relaxation of a boutique spa. Comfort. Privacy. Well-being. The Couvent offers all three, thanks to our beautifully appointed suites...
- €1700 to €1800 p/w
- Bedrooms 6
- Sleeps 12
Large holiday home with pool The house is just 200 metres from the centre of the wine orientated medieval hill top village of magalas. Beautiful mediterranean beaches are only 25 minutes away. There are vineyards surrounding all the small villages in the area, making an amazing spectacle, wine tasting is welcomed at many local Domaines