We could spend a lifetime exploring the historical, beautiful villages of Occitania. It’s the little details that make these sort of adventures exciting: the antique collections dotted around; art and street displays; historic features that accentuate old buildings, and the care and attention that people put into the exterior of their homes.
The Tour de France is heading to Occitania, and as cycling fans we’re very excited to see it coming through, not least because this time it’s on our very doorstep!
Departing from the famous Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy on July 2, 2016, the 103rd Tour de France heads quickly to the mountains, dipping into Spain and Andorra during the Pyrenean stages before also visiting the Swiss Alps later on. Mont Blanc, the highest mountain in western Europe, takes a starring role in the 2016 edition, and the iconic Mont Ventoux will also feature once again.
Windy and overcast today. Perfect for getting out and about a bit! Anyone fancy a trip up the Black Mountain?
The best time of year to tee it up with a golfing break? How about now!
There’s some excellent golf in the Languedoc, and at Domaine de Palatz we are rather well positioned to experience it all! From the Camargue to Montpellier and along the coast to the eastern end of the Pyrenees, the scenery and climate is simply superb for golfing. And there’s no shortage of quality either, with a number of well-designed and beautifully maintained golf courses scattered all across this area of south France.
Looking to do something a bit special for Valentine’s Day? How about escaping for a week to the world’s most romantic city and the lovely Languedoc?
With less than a week until Valentine’s Day and to celebrate the re-opening of Domaine de Palatz we are giving you the opportunity to do something very special for your loved one! We have partnered with the Grande Trocadero in Paris to bring you the dreamiest, most romantic French getaway for couples…
Domaine de Palatz will be opening its doors on April 1st to welcome you for a new season in sunny Languedoc.
Fancy a half-term fling around the lake or getting lost hiking the Haut Languedoc over the bank holidays? If so, you’ll find our spring rates are a breath of fresh air, with a three night break in our chambres d’hôte or gîtes from just 150 Euros including breakfast!