Roujan (our home village) lies halfway between the mountains and rivers of the National Park and the beaches of the Mediterranean sea. Our nearest and biggest town (7 minutes drive) is the magnificent and ancient Pezenas, the original capital of the Languedoc and the home of the great playwright Moliere. During the summer months this area’s well kept secret is fun and lively and bustles with traders, artists and international tourists.
Montpellier is a 45 minute drive away and offers big city life. It is a light and sophisticated city close to the sea and attracts a cosmopolitan crowd all year.
We are surrounded by vineyards are many beautiful vignerons to visit and wine-taste and a large selection of restaurants hidden amongst the countryside to enjoy a long and delicious lunch.
Meze and Marseillan are two small fishing ports set on the Basin de Thau and a joy to visit – only 30 minutes from our house.
Languedoc's beaches tend to be huge - long and deep, with fine sand (rather than the pebbly beaches of the Cote d'Azur).
A number of 'beach clubs' spring up each year along many of Languedoc's beaches. They offer excellent food, drinks brought to your sun lounger, and even massages - and turn into night clubs - replete with DJs, lights and the latest music.