Situated in hilly surroundings with beautifull view. New built luxury farmhouse. Ideal for families and group of friends travelling together. On site swimmingpool, fitness, playground and restaurant. 2 bedrooms with each 2 double or 2 single beds. Good quality sleeping couch in living room. Well equiped kitchen and 2 bathrooms and toilets. Private terrace with splendi...
Large kitchen with fridge, cooker, microwave. table and four chairs. electric kettele, toaster, radio
One large bedroom with double bed and small extra bed. Blankets and bedcovers provided but sheets need to be brought or hired
Second smaller bedroom with two single beds. wardrobe, chairs
Bathroom with bath, washbasin and bidet. shower attachment
Out in the countryside at 700m altitudes and on 10 000m2. A renovated Sheep- barn Guesthouse with dinning-room, lounge and open-fire. A library, society-games and a television are at your disposition. Total capacity for 33 people, 5 apartments all with fully equipped kitchens, balcony or terrace and summer lounge and 5 spacious rooms with private facilities and shower...
From the peaks of the Pyrenees and the Cevennes to the wide open spaces of the Camargue of the wild horses, from the Mediterranean coastline of the Golfe-du-Lion, where Phoenician fleets and Roman galleys once made landfall, to the high plateau of the Causses, every square meter of ground bears the imprints of the many civilisations that have come and gone in the long history of this hallowed region.
Today, however, the ancient and the modern co-exist side by side. Fortunately, the modern seldom impinges upon the architectural history of the millennia. Memorable places like the Gorges du Tarn, Gorges de l'Aude, Gorges de l'Herault, Gorges de la CÃ¨ze and the creeks and caves of the CÃ´te Vermeille preserve their ancient villages intact.
You will lose yourself in the ambiance of the Middle Ages when visiting the beautiful Romanesque abbeys of Saint-Guilhem-le-Desert, Fontfroide, Saint-Hilaire, Saint-Martin-du-Canigou and Saint-Michel-de-Cuxa, or when you stand at the gates of the walled cities of the Cathars or Aigues-Mortes and Carcassonne. You will be similarly transported to the 18 th century when you walk around the shady mansions of Montpellier, Uzes, Pezenas and Beaucaire, or when cruising along the canal du Midi.
Accommodation is plentiful and varied to suit the dimensions of every purse, from hotels to accommodation centers and camping sites. There are a thousand things to do, from sightseeing to sporting activities, aquatic and otherwise. From village to village, from town to town, pageants, carnivals and religious festivals abound with the traditional battles of the "boules" being fought out on every town and village square.
Since prehistoric times, "Homo Sapiens" has left the imprint of his evolution all over this magical land. So much so that the oldest known European human skull in existence was discovered in this region.
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From the peaks of the Pyrenees and the Cevennes to the wide open spaces of the Camargue of the wild horses, from the Mediterranean coastline of the Golfe-du-Lion, where Phoenician fleets and Roman galleys once made landfall, to the high plateau of th...More