The Languedoc is one of the regions in France with the most hours of sunshine per year. You can enjoy that at our domain: in or next to the pool and on your own terrace, but the beach is also nearby. Within 20 minutes you can choose from different possibilities: from the calm Portiragnes where it seems like time stood still to the fashionable Cap d'Agde, with all kinds of water sports, beautiful beaches, many restaurants and a vibrant nightlife.
The capital of the Languedoc Roussillon and one of the liveliest cities in France. Centred around the Place de la Comedie you can see art, theatre, dance and opera or just sit and watch the world go by.
Plenty of nature
You must be fond of nature when you are visiting us because our domain lies in the middle of vineyards. Nearbij lies the Massif de L'Espinouse, part of Parc Naturel Régional du Haut-Languedoc, where nature is absolutly stunning. With the Vallée du Salagou (beautiful views and red rocky grounds), the Lac du Salagou (venue for boaters and anglers) and the Cirque de Mourèze (with beautiful limestone rock formations).
Just 12km from the Domaine Saint Pierre lies Pezénas which during the 16th and 17th Centuries was the seat of government for the Languedoc. It is one of the prettiest towns in the region and was the home of the famous French playwright Moliere. Skilled artists work in the old town and their wares can be purchased in the shops of the old town or in the weekly market.
Famous for its rugby and wine, Beziers also offers the Canal du Midi which runs from Sete to Toulouse and the Allees Paul Riquet, a tree lined esplanade with boutiques on one side and a variety of cafés, restaurants and bars along the other.
A modern marina development at the foot of the extinct volcano Mont St Loup. The 'ports' show yachts of all shapes and sizes and restaurants are plenty. Cap D'Agde has almost 14km of beaches from sandy to rocky coves.
This walled city is a fortified medieval town and is named by UNESCO on its World Heritage List of 1 of 28 sites in France.