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Activities & the Region

Luxury stay & Weekend in Languedoc, in the South of France

Unforgettable experiences
Our concierge team are on hand throughout your stay to unlock the hidden gems of the Languedoc. From wine tastings,  a bike ride amongst the vines, a walk along the Canal du Midi or tasting local Bouzigues oysters, we'll help you find an activity that will make your stay in the Languedoc extra special.

You can also browse our guestbook which contains our recommended addresses in the region or use the interactive map below.


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On the Estate

With 17 hectares of gardens and park, surrounded by a magnificent natural landscape of 220 hectares of garrigue, olive trees and vineyards, Château St Pierre de Serjac is a huge estate that can be explored at leisure on foot or with the bikes available free of charge to residents. A tennis court as well as a petanque court are accessible all day long with equipment available at the reception.

As a wine tourism destination in the Languedoc, wine tastings and events will be hosted by the wine makers. More information is available on our page dedicated to wine tourism.

The majestic infinity swimming pool, heated from April to October (30m long) is surrounded by a vast terrace decked with sun beds and parasols with a panoramic view of the surrounding countryside.
For a moment of deep relaxation our Cinq Mondes Spa welcomes you all year round. More information is available on our page dedicated to the Spa Cinq Mondes​
Tennis
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Petanque
Bikes
Vineyards
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The Surroundings

Stretching lazily along the Med from the Cote d’Azur to Spain, the Languedoc retains all the timeless charm of the authentic South of France.  The worlds largest vineyard and the sunniest place in France, our region is a panaché of vibrant fishing villages, endless beaches, rolling vineyards and cypress fringed olive groves, medieval castles perched on snow capped mountains, thriving market towns and forgotten hamlets.

Our estates are pefectly positioned to enjoy the unrivalled diversity of leisure options: laze on the beach or enjoy every imaginable water sport. Explore historic cities – Roman, Medieval and Renaissance – with internationally recognized cultural attractions. While away the days hiking or on horseback, fishing or hunting. Wander antique markets to rival those anywhere in Europe. Discover superb cuisine and world-class local wines in simple bistros and Michelin starred gastronomic restaurants…

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40 min

CHÂTEAU LES CARRASSES

ROUTE DE CAPESTANG, 34310 QUARANTE
Visit our sister Château located near the Canal du Midi and discover the inovative cuisine of Chef Valère Diochet, which focuses on local and seasonal products.
OPENING HOURS: Open every day: 12pm to 2pm & 7pm to 9pm (closed on Mondays from April to November).
CONTACT : 04 67 00 00 67 | lescarrasses.com
45 min

CHÂTEAU CAPITOUL

AVENUE DE GRUISSAN 11000 NARBONNE
Closed for renovations, reopening planned for June 2021.
CONTACT : 04 30 17 39 22 | chateaucapitoul.com
30 min

LA MAISON DE PETIT PIERRE

22 AVENUE PIERRE VERDIER, 34500 BÉZIERS
Pierre Augé (winner of French Top Chef 2014 edition, and the Crown of Champions in 2015 and 2016) and his wife serve creative and refined cuisine. You can enjoy the pleasant brocante-style inner courtyard and a convivial atmosphere. We recommend booking well in advance.
OPENING HOURS: Open from Monday to Wednesday for lunch and from Thursday to Saturday for lunch and dinner.
CONTACT : 04 67 30 91 85 | lamaisondepetitpierre.fr
20 min

ÄPONEM : L’AUBERGE DU PRESBYTÈRE

4 RUE DE L’ÉGLISE, 34320 VAILHAN 
The cooking here is excellent, light and refined, but one comes here above all for the view, with its terrace overlooking the whole valley and the Lac des Olivettes. It is a magnificent place. You can even plan a swim in the lake after lunch.
HOURS: Open March to October from Thursday to Monday 12pm to 1:15pm & 7pm to 9pm.
CONTACT : 04 67 24 76 49 | aponem-aubergedupresbytere.fr
15 min

DE LAUZUN

PRIEURE DE SAINT-JEAN DE BEBIAN, ROUTE DE NIZAS, 34120 PEZENAS
The priory of Saint Jean de Bébian is nique. Located halfway between the town of Pézenas and the small village of Nizas, it is a true haven of peace in the middle of the vineyards. The estate covers one hectare surrounded by basalt walls and includes a gastronomic restaurant run by the Michelin-starred chef Matthieu de Lauzun.
HOURS: Open Monday-Saturday 12pm-1.30pm and 8pm-9:15pm
CONTACT : 04 99 47 63 91 | restaurant-delauzun.com
35 min

LA MÉCANIQUE DES FRÈRES BONANO

LIEU-DIT LA MECANIQUE SAINTE-COLOMBE, 34390 COLOMBIERES-SUR-ORB
In the heart of the Parc du Haut-Languedoc, two brothers Benjamin and Clément, respectively sommelier and chef, offer you a culinary journey in an old spinning mill which houses a bistro and a gastronomic restaurant.
HOURS: Lunch: Thursday to Sunday and dinner: Thursday to Saturday.
CONTACT : 04 67 97 30 52 | lamecaniquedesfreresbonano.fr
40 min

LE FAITOUT

1 PLACE DU PONT, 34360 BERLOU
Authentic and refined local cuisine from chef Frédéric Révilla in a magnificent setting on the edge of the vineyards and mountains in the heart of the Haut-Languedoc park. Quality wines from the excellent Cooperative Cellar across the road.
HOURS: Lunch: Thursday to Sunday and dinner: Thursday to Saturday.
CONTACT : 04 67 24 16 99 | lefaitout.net
25 min

LA TABLE CASTIGNO

6137 Rue Cariera de la Teuliera, 34360 Assignan
With one Michelin star and one of the three restaurants in the Castigno Village in Assignan, La Table is the gastronomic restaurant, offering authentic and refined cuisine based on fresh local produce inspired by the seasons.
HOURS: Open Thursday to Monday for lunch and dinner, Wednesday to Monday in July and August, 12pm to 2pm & 8pm to 9pm.
CONTACT : 04 67 24 34 95 | villagecastigno.com.fr
30 min

LA TABLE SAINT CRESCENT

68 avenue du Général Leclerc, 11100 Narbonne
One Michelin star and the reputation of being one of the 50 best restaurants in France. Very imaginative cuisine with an often prodigious presentation, all served in a very chic restaurant, a pretty terrace and a garden.
HOURS: Open from Wednesday to Saturday for lunch and dinner & Sunday lunch.
Lunch 12pm to 1:30pm and dinner 8pm to 9:30pm.
CONTACT : 04 68 41 37 37 | maison.saintcrescent.com
1 h

AUBERGE DU VIEUX PUITS

5, AVENUE ST VICTOR 11360 FONTJONCOUSE
One of the few restaurants with 3 stars, the Vieux Puits is considered one of the best restaurants in France. Situated in a tiny village in the Corbières, the cuisine is more traditional than molecular at the Ferran Adria, but expect the unexpected! The prices, although high, do not reach the heights of the Parisian 3 stars. The décor is very traditional - some would say uninspired. But you're here for the food...
HOURS: Summer: Wednesday to Saturday, closed on Sunday evenings. Winter: Wednesday to Sunday
CONTACT : 04 68 44 07 37 | aubergeduvieuxpuits.fr
1 h

THE MARCEL

5 RUE LAZARE CARNOT 34200 SETE
Experience a unique gastronomic immersion in this iconic restaurant in Sète, renovated with a contemporary touch.
Chef Fabien Fage, MICHELIN starred, offers authentic and inventive cuisine with Mediterranean accents where the signature products of the Sète region are hightlighted.
HOURS:  For dinner, from Tuesday to Saturday and for lunch, Saturday and Sunday.
CONTACT : 04 67 74 20 89 | the-marcel.fr
40 min

NOILLY PRAT

1 RUE NOILLY, 34340 MARSEILLAN
Discover the home Noilly Prat and its ancestral know-how since 1813. This guided, historical tour includes a tasting of the entire vermouth collection. There are three kinds: a white, a red and an amber, sold in Marseillan (and in luxury bars and restaurants around the world).
HORAIRES : Summer: from 10am to 12pm and from 2:30pm to 7pm.
Winter: from 10am to 12pm and from 2:30pm to 5:30pm
CONTACT : 04 67 77 20 15 | noillyprat.com
45 min

GROTTE DE CLAMOUSE

ROUTE DE SAINT-GUILHEM-LE-DESERT, 34150 SAINT-JEAN-DE-FOS
The Clamouse Caves, a site classified by the Ministry of Ecology, is an unmissable tourist spot, in the heart of the Gorges de l'Hérault. A diversity of underground landscapes almost unique in Europe! Internationally known for the richness of its formations (notably the very rare and unusual aragonite crystals).
CONTACT : 04 67 57 71 05 | clamouse.com
40 min

CANOE ROQUEBRUN

CHEMIN DE LAROQUE, 34460 ROQUEBRUN
Canoe down the pretty river Orb.
CONTACT : 04 67 89 52 90 | canoe-france.com/orb
1 h 40

PONT DU GARD

30210 VERS PONT-DU-GARD
The Pont du Gard, the highest Roman aqueduct bridge in the world, was listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985. The natural and archaeological site in which it is located is itself protected under environmental law and is a remarkable site to be preserved for future generations.
HOURS:  Open every day from 9am to 8pm.
CONTACT : 04 66 37 50 99 | pontdugard.fr
35 min

ABBAYE DE VALMAGNE

ROUTE DE MONTAGNAC, 34560 VILLEVEYRAC
The Abbey of Valmagne is one of the must-see sites to visit in the Languedoc Roussillon.
In 1139 Raymond Trencavel, Viscount of Béziers, founded the Abbey of Valmagne in the commune of Villeveyrac, near Méze and the Etang de Thau in Languedoc Roussillon. From the 12th century to the beginning of the 14th it was one of the richest Cistercian abbeys in the south of France.
HOURS: Summer: Tuesday to Sunday from 9:30am to 7pm, Winter: Tuesday to Saturday from 2pm to 6pm.
CONTACT : 04 67 78 06 09 | valmagne.com
1 h

ABBAYE DE FONTFROIDE

9003 Abbaye de Fontfroide, 11100 Narbonne, France
Founded in 1093, Fontfroide Abbey is situated in the heart of the Fontfroide Massif, which is made up of 4,000 hectares of unspoilt nature. Bathed by the Fontfroide stream, this sumptuous 12th and 13th century Cistercian site is nestled in the heart of a typically Mediterranean landscape.
HORAIRES : Summer: from 9:30am to 7pm, Winter: from 10am to 12:30pm and from 1.30pm to 5pm.
CONTACT : 04 68 45 11 08 | fontfroide.com
20 min

Pezenas

Pézenas is the prettiest town in the area with an excellent market on a Saturday morning. It is a maze of medieval cobbled streets lined with shops and craft galleries. Add to this a very well preserved historic centre with 16 splendid 18th century mansions, built when the town was the seat of the governors of the Languedoc, and it all adds to the popularity of Pézenas with tourists and locals alike.
20 min

Béziers

Béziers is a neo-classical city steeped in history with its wide boulevards and the narrow streets of its historic centre. It is a city on a human scale that you can easily explore on foot in a day. It boasts superb architecture, pretty shops and a Spanish atmosphere all of it's own.
40 min

Sérignan plage

The closest beach to the Château. Enjoyed by holiday makers, the atmosphere is pleasant and welcoming. The beach itself is a vast expanse of fine sand reached by paths through the sand dunes. There is also an ambient beach club with a restaurant and bar.
40 min

Roquebrun

A charming village perched on a mountainside overlooking the Orb valley. It's micro climate is conducive to the flowering of mimosas, citrus fruits and exotic plants which have earned it the nickname "the little Nice of the Hérault". The Mediterranean Garden, perched at the top of a mountain above the village and offering breathtaking views, is well worth a visit.
45 min

Gorges d'Héric

Head to the Gorges d'Héric to swim in the rock pools. There's also hiking or canoe trips on the river Orb.
1 h

Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert & pont du diable

Stroll through the village of Saint-Guilhem-le-Desert, visiting the 10th century Romanesque church. It gets busy but is really worth the trip.
The Hérault river passes under the Pont du Diable and forms a large basin bordered by beaches. It's very popular in summer so we advise you to arrive early
1 h

Le lac du Salagou

The Lac du Salagou is known for its red earth and its very cinematographic setting which evokes the Wild West.
1 h

Etang de Thau

Stretching over 19 kilometres, the Etang de Thau is the largest lagoon in the Languedoc region.
It is home to exceptional biological diversity and is also renowned for it's oysters and mussels which have been farmed there since the Antiquity. 
1 h

Parc naturel régional du Haut-Languedoc

Spread over 260,000 hectares, the Haut-Languedoc Regional Natural Park is the balcony over the Mediterranean.
It offers diverse landscapes; mountains, gorges, vineyards and scrublands - (known locally as Garrigue) and is sheltered from mass tourism. It charms everyone from hikers to heritage enthusiasts.
1 h

Montpellier

The most beautiful city in Languedoc and the most prized city in France for it's high standard of living.  Visit the Museum Fabre - the city's main art gallery. Take a stroll through this magnificent architecture and lively atmosphere. You'll also find great shops in the streets leading from the Place de la Comédie.
1 h 15

Cirque de Navacelles

This is a fantastic place to visit - an 'island' carved into a canyon by the river Vis. Many visitors come here to admire the unique shape of the top of the canyon. Go down into the canyon and you will find a charming hamlet, some simple but good restaurants and the river Vis.
1 h 15

Carcassonne

The medieval city of Carcassonne is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is one of the finests examples in the world of a fortified city, due to its size and excellent conservation.
1 h 15

Viaduc de Millau

Not to be missed by anyone interested in modern architecture.
Take the A75 in the direction of the Viaduc de Millau. Arriving near the bridge, the reception centre will be signposted. The view is breathtaking.

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