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Walking through the vineyards under the Mediterranean sun, navigating on the Canal du Midi, discovering the Orb valley and its many villages which reveal the rich cultural heritage of the region, tasting the flavours of the garrigue at the foothills of the Carroux Mountain…

At the top of your list of things to do should be to discover the men and women who are behind the wines you enjoy. There is no excuse as the Languedoc region offers a multitude of wine tourism activities. Throughout the year, the climate remains mild and you may therefore enjoy hiking, observing the vines and harvest time, visiting the ruins of the Roman heritage, admiring the natural wonders such as the Orb gorge and, after all that, tasting the typical gastronomy.

Here is a list of our suggestions for a relaxing and enjoyable stay with just some of the accommodation options available. We have also listed the best restaurants in the area. Whether they be Michelin-starred or not, you will surely find some to satisfy your taste. Finally, you have a large choice of cultural and sport activities to ensure your sunny stay is action-packed in the south of France.


Château Les Carasses is a luxurious 19th century castle in the heart of a vineyard.

Bed & Breakfast at Murviel, Beziers L’hacienda des Roucans.
Bed & Breakfast La Souqueto


Poissonnerie Brasserie Barba.

Restaurant Ma Ferme in Sérignan.

Michelin-starred restaurant in Beziers Octopus (1*).

Michelin-starred restaurant in Fontjoncouse (3*).

Cultural and sport activities

Le 20 c’est le vin : On the 20th of every month, wine lovers meet at Jean Jaurès square in Béziers and enjoy a glass of wine.

Canoë Kayak at Base de Reals.

The Saint Chinian market takes place every Sunday from 8AM to 1PM.

Gite Les Auzines

If you visit the beautiful region of Lagrasse in the Aude department, you may stay at the Château Les Auzines, a unique, family-run estate that stands isolated on a rocky plateau at 350metres altitude. To find out about availability and prices, please contact us through the contact form.

Lagrasse is classified as one of the most beautiful villages in France. Its name comes from the Occitan word “grassa” (fertile). The village’s history is linked to the Benedictine abbey of Lagrasse, founded by Charlemagne. At this time, Lagrasse was a flourishing city on the banks of the Orbieu river. The “Old Bridge”, built in 1303, joined the abbey and the village on the opposite bank.

The medieval ramparts are also one of the most beautiful attractions of the region.

Click here for more information about Les Auzines.