A beautiful Villa in the Corbieres


A Culinary experience

Food and Wine

With a culinary terrain as varied as the landscape, Languedoc boasts freshly caught seafood, famous beef from the Carmargue and the broad plains of Lauragais produce duck, goose and the regional speciality Cassoulet.

Sheep and Goats provide a vast array of cheeses many of which can be purchased from local manufacturers.

The region is home to some of the oldest and most prestigous wine producers in the world. Languedoc wines have a luxurious aftertaste and complement the local cuisine perfectly.
There are many vineyards welcoming visitors and offering the opportunity for tasting their produce before deciding which ones to purchase.

Dining Out
The food of the Languedoc will revitalise even the most jaded palate. The region has an almost infinite number of restaurants ranging from charming rustic village restaurants offering a delightful "Plat du Jour" for just a few Euros to the superb Michelin starred Auberge du Vieux Puits at Fontjoncouse, a mere 5 km away.

Nearby Carcassonne offers a superb range of restaurants, cafes and bars alongside theatres, galleries, colourful markets and exclusive Parisienne boutiques.

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