If you’re looking for the perfect holiday destination in the south of France this year, check out the two villages below:
The village of Nissan Lez Enserune is a small, mediaeval wine-producing village. In the village centre you will find bars, several restaurants, banks, ATM, grocery store, salon, local wine outlet, bakery, post-office and chemist. Nissan has a traditional street market every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning.
The glorious Mediterranean beaches are just a 15 minute drive away and the area is well served by airports at Montpellier and Beziers. Barcelona, Spain is a 3 hour drive away. Breathtaking countryside, friendly villagers, amazing wine and fresh produce are all what you will find when holidaying in this beautiful village.
This region is imbued with the essence of its intriguing history. A short drive into the Pyrenees will lead to the legendary Rennes le Chateau. The enigmatic Knights Templar and Cathar Heretics hid their secrets here among the Greek and Roman ruins. The enigmatic Knights Templar and Cathar Heretics hid their secrets here among the Greek and Roman ruins.
A location with international appeal, one finds diverse year round activities sure to entertain guests of all ages and desires. Fully catered or self-catered experiences options are offered. Available excursions include boating, wine châteaux tours, cycling, classes for French cooking and language, scuba diving and sightseeing to the Cathar Ruins, Canal Du Midi and shopping.
Our region in the Languedoc is rich and varied, which you will really enjoy exploring. You can only really get to know the region after spending some time discovering its countryside, meandering along its paths and beaches and tasting its fine wines. Its Mediterranean coast and mountainous hinterland are bathed in sunshine over 300 days a year and provide wonderful escapades for families or couples, on horseback or on foot, by bike or by canoe.
If you would like to stay in Nissan-lez-Enserune, click on the links below to view some of our properties in this village:
You will find a pretty network of old streets in the village of Colombiers which nestles in a curve in the Canal du Midi. A port was built here, on the Canal du Midi, in 1989 and there are many boat hire companies from which to choose if you fancy a relaxing cruise along the canal. A good company to choose is Rive de France: http://www.rivedefrance.com/
The area is rich in lovely typical southern villages. The old town centres, the markets, cafes and restaurants make these communities lively and welcoming. The beautiful tree-lined Canal du Midi which links the Atlantic with the Mediterranean has miles of flat walks along the shady tow paths.
If you would like to stay in Colombiers, click on the links below to view some of our properties in this village: