The region

The area around Château du Parc - Pézenas South of France

Between beaches, terroir and traditions

Nestled between sandy beaches, Languedoc vineyards and the Canal du Midi, the Château du Parc benefits from an authentic, well-preserved natural environment.

It's an excellent starting point for discovering the Mediterranean, its beaches and its hinterland. Sports experiences, gastronomy, cultural heritage - everything is here to make your stay unforgettable.

Pézenas, the town of Molière

Pézenas is a town of art and history, with pretty cobbled streets lined with craft stalls. Wander around and discover that Molière's real career began in Pézenas. Visit the Musée of Vulliod Saint-Germain, a former 16th-century mansion with its original architecture and traditional Piscénois style. Discover the famous Gély barber's chair, where Molière enjoyed observing others. And if you're strolling along the Cours Jean Jaurès, don't forget to look down at the flagstones on the ground, which bear the hand or footprints of actors who came to play in Pézenas: Michel Galabru, Claude Brasseur...

Caux, a volcanic land

Just 3 kilometers from the estate, the charming village of Caux welcomes you to visit its medieval heritage and its vineyards. In the heart of the Coteaux du Languedoc, between volcanoes, semi-mountainous massifs and valleys, vines grow particularly well. From its medieval heritage, Caux has preserved important and poetic vestiges that invite you to stroll through its narrow streets and explore the "circulade".


Moulin de Caux

Béziers and its wine route

Every street corner in Béziers has its own story to tell, its own life and its own good addresses! Adopt the slow pace of a pilgrim in the maze of medieval streets: among the mansions houses, in the heart of the Roman amphitheater, in the bell tower of the cathedral, from the old cemetery to the new arena... There's so much to see! Béziers Méditerranée has been a vine-growing region for hundreds of years, and there are many ways to discover it. Discover this region, nicknamed the "Tuscany of Languedoc", on foot, by bike or by boat, on a gourmet river cruise on the Canal du Midi or on a leisurely sea trip.

Béziers et sa route des vins

Agde, the black pearl of the Mediterranean

In Agde, you can admire France's last working round lock, built in 1676 on the Canal du Midi. Boats arrive from 3 sides at once! Following this, visit the Villa Laurens, a magnificent example of Art Nouveau, then enter Agde: one of France's oldest cities, of Greek origin. Its ancient heart, built of black volcanic stone from Mont Saint-Loup, is remarkably homogeneous. Stroll through its maze of picturesque alleyways, stopping off at its artists' studios. Then push on to the fishing port of Grau d'Agde and admire the Brescou fort offshore. Enjoy 43 kilometers of flat bike paths along the Canal du Midi, which runs through Agde, or along the banks of the Hérault to the beaches of Cap d'Agde.

Agde, la perle noire de la Méditerranée

Montpellier, the city surrounded by nature

Cosmopolitan, the capital of Languedoc knows how to be glam and popular, millennial and modern, peaceful and hyperactive... International, cultural and festive all year round, it lives, it moves, it grows! Blue sky and soft light invite you to stroll on the terrace, in its alleys, along the Lez, or pedal to the sea... Breathe and take a breath of fresh air. In Montpellier, we live outside!

Montpellier, la ville entourée de nature

Étang de Thau, the largest lake in Languedoc

From Sète to Marseillan, a thin tongue of land separates the Thau lagoon from the beaches of the Mediterranean Sea. A veritable inland sea, the largest body of water in Occitanie brings you a multitude of universes on one plateau: Bouzigues oysters, sun-drenched wines and muscats, small fishing ports, water sports, a heritage where sea, garrigue and lagoons meet... The atmosphere is peaceful, the nature unspoiled...

L’Étang de Thau, le plus grand lac du Languedoc

Valmagne Abbey

The Cistercian Abbey of Valmagne, listed as a Historic Monument, is a prestigious edifice that retains its superb appearance 9 centuries after its foundation. The "Cathedral of the vines" is at the heart of a thousand-year-old vineyard, one of the oldest in Languedoc.

Along the way, you'll discover the former church, transformed into a wine storehouse, which still houses its famous Russian oak tuns, the cloister, the former refectory, not forgetting to stop by the octagonal fountain, an exquisite and rare place... so many sources of wonder!


L’Abbaye Cistercienne de Valmagne

The Gorges d'Heric, family walk and swimming

Looking for wilderness? An easy family outing? With the added bonus of swimming spots to cool off and entertain the kids? This refreshing getaway in the heart of the Gorges d'Héric is for you. An immersive experience in the Caroux massif, in the heart of the Regional Nature Park of Haut-Languedoc, offering short hikes, water games, relaxation and climbing in breathtaking scenery.

Les Gorges d’Heric, balade et baignade en famille

Pic Saint Loup, a land of hiking

From short family outings to long hikes, the Pic Saint Loup offers bewitching landscapes, between vineyards and medieval villages. Here, nature has preserved its original beauty, and disconnection is guaranteed! You can find the most beautiful circuits here.

Le Pic Saint Loup, terre de randonnées

Lake Salagou and the Cirque de Mourèze

The Salagou - Cirque de Mourèze Grand Site encompasses a vast and extremely varied area. When you discover the Lac du Salagou for the first time, the magic of its colors is instantaneous. Hills of red earth (the "ruffes", iron oxide-laden clay sediments), water reflecting the blue of the sky, rocks sometimes yellow or black... The yellow of the broom in spring... The whole chromatic palette rivals in intensity, leaving you speechless.

The Cirque de Mourèze is the other nugget of this Grand Site. A dolomitic cirque, a veritable chaos of white rock shaped by erosion. It stands in stark contrast to the red Salagou... a stark contrast that evokes the Moon and the planet Mars, even though there are only a handful of kilometers between the two!

Le lac du Salagou et le Cirque de Mourèze

Saint Guilhem the Desert and the Devil’s Bridge

Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert is an abbey village built around the Abbey of Gellone.

Discover this symbol of the Languedoc Romanesque style, which has made Saint-Guilhem one of Languedoc's greatest spiritual and cultural centers. Its rich heritage and exceptional setting, the starting point for numerous hikes, make it a truly exceptional site.

Linking Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert and Aniane, the Devil's Bridge marks the start of the famous Hérault Gorges and stands at the heart of the Grand Site de France "Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert - Gorges de l'Hérault", in the middle of a valley bathed in light and sunshine. Discover this medieval structure, now classified as a Unesco World Heritage Site. A unique viewpoint awaits you!

Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert et le Pont du Diable

Le Cirque de Navacelles, Grand Site de France

At the heart of the Causses and Cévennes region, the Cirque de Navacelles is an unmissable natural site in the Hérault region, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its high limestone cliffs form an impressive natural amphitheatre. The Baume Auriol and Blandas lookouts allow you to fully appreciate the beauty of the area. Don't miss a visit to the hamlet of Navacelles, the Vis waterfall and the Foux mills.


Le Cirque de Navacelles, Grand Site de France

Golf courses around the estate

For greens lovers, the region offers several golf courses within a 40-minute radius of the Domaine, including the Saint-Thomas golf course, an 18-hole course in the Biterrois region, the Cap d'Agde golf course, a 27-hole international golf course, the Sainte-Rose golf course, an 18-hole course in Narbonne, and the Lamalou-les-Bains golf course.

Golfs dans l'Hérault

Mediterranean gastronomy

Fish, shellfish, seafood, vegetables, fruit, legumes, olive oil, nuts and aromatic herbs are the star foods of Mediterranean cuisine.

To help you experience the best of this gastronomy, its tastes and its know-how, we have selected for you a number of restaurants to discover in the vicinity of Château du Parc.

Le marché dominical de Pézenas - Hérault

Château du Parc
2470 route de Caux
34120 Pézenas

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