Moulin de Souquet

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02 April 2021  |  Raphaël Ervinckx  |  Holidays

Welcome to the Moulin de Souquet

The Moulin de Souquet is an original mill close to the small rivier called La Barguelonne, dates back to the 18th century and fully refurbished in 2016. This sunny house is 4km from the centre of Castelnau-Montratier, historical village famous for his small streets and the Sunday Market on the beautiful market place.

Château de Verteuil

02 April 2021  |  Lee Jones  |  Tourism

Rural Charente

Take a trip to the lovely Charente countryside. Inside information on what to see in rural Charente in South-West France. From the river to pretty villages and historical Roman sites. People who adore the Charente, love its honey coloured stone, its terracotta roof tiles, its warm micro-climate but also it's laid back sleepy vibe, reminiscent of the languid river that gives its name.

The lagoons at Bages

02 April 2021  |  Lee Jones  |  Holidays, Nature , Tourism

Under the Bages boardwalks

Take an afternoon stroll across Narbonne's saltwater lagoons. A change from the beach, this offers a completely different landscape and is great for wildlife lovers and those wanting to get away from the crowds of the beaches. Just 7km outside the city of Narbonne in the Languedoc-Roussillon region, the village of Bages offers an interesting alternative to a visit to the local beach.

Brantôme

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01 April 2021  |  Lee Jones  |  Tourism

Brantôme

Brantôme, known as the Venice of the Périgord sits upon the lovely River Dronne and is a delight to visit, with its famous Benedictine Abbey dating back to the 11th century. Take a stroll along the beautiful balustraded river banks and then choose your evening meal at one of the many excellent restaurants.

Sigean Zoo

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31 March 2021  |  Lee Jones  |  Tourism, Nature

Sigean Zoo

Get up-close to 3,800 animals, set over 300 hectares at Sigean Zoo (Réserve Africaine de Sigean) in Languedoc-Roussillon, Occitaine. Located in the south of France, between Narbonne and Perpignan, on the Mediterranean coast and along salt-lakes lining the Languedoc coast, the Zoo hosts was created by Paul de La Panouse and Daniel de Monfreid and opened to the public on the 8th April 1974.

Coquillages Béziers

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31 March 2021  |  Lee Jones  |  Gastronomy, Restaurants

Béziers shellfish kiosk

Sample the regions best fresh shellfish in the heart of Béziers. You may pass this kiosk buy thinking it is just selling shellfish to take home, but wait! If you dine at the restaurant directly opposite you can have lunch direct from the kiosk. Serving local oysters, fresh crab, mussels and prawns, this is a shellfish lovers paradise.

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