With the distinctive character of their landscapes and terroirs, their different architectural styles and their heritage and cultural riches, the thirteen departments that make up Occitania together create a wonderfully varied region and an ideal holiday destination.
The Occitanie region is famous for its colourful food, wines, medieval castles, culture, history, villages and market towns, farm or stone houses full of character; it offers plenty of sporting fun with skiing, sea, cycling, golf and rugby, and it is served with good choice of international airports.
Visiting the Occitanie region is more than just staying at a great hotel or Chateau. It is also to go out
to visit extraordinary vineyards, of which the locals are extremely proud and experiencing a philosophy
of life in which culture is as important and the sense of welcome is fundamental.
Domaine de Verchant
Set among the vineyards, the luxurious Domaine Verchant, near Montpellier, offers you a 360-degree view of the grape vines and a chance to taste their high-quality wines.
At this unique and exceptional site, part of the Relais & Chateaux group since 2013, the hotel, restaurant, spa, pool and ‘beach’ offer magnificent views of the Languedoc vineyards and the landscaped park. You can relax and take in the scents of the south, but also, at any time of year, enjoy the spectacle of the grape vines which produce rosé, white and red wines. You can also taste the wines at the restaurant, which serves Mediterranean cuisine.
Château Les Carrasses
Chateau Carrasses is a turreted
19th-century castle with luxurious hotel suites and self-catering cottages overlooking vines near the Canal du Midi. Outdoor activities abound and come dusk guests mingle over tapas and Mediterranean cuisine in an intimate, country club setting.
Amid 60 hectares of vineyards on a hill, the distant Pyrenees lace the horizon on clear days. Wine-making village Capestang straddles the Canal du Midi, two and a half miles south, and several wine-producing chateaux offer tasting opportunities within a half-hour of the hotel. With its thick buttermilk-stone walls and fairytale witch-hat turrets from 1887, this is the real thing.
Château St Pierre de Serjac
Château St Pierre de Serjac is a
magnificent Château estate with vineyard, hotel, restaurant, spa and luxury self-catering properties set
in 200 acres of beautiful Mediterranean countryside in the Languedoc, South of France.xxxx
Surrounded by rolling vineyards, Château St Pierre de Serjac is a beautifully restored 19th-century manor
turned hotel, with its own working winery and label. The authenticity of a working wine estate with the
facilities of a luxury hotel what more could you ask for!
The Domaine d’Auriac welcomes you for an unforgettable stay in Cathar country. This
family-run country house hotel – set in a 19th-century building in almost 100 acres of grounds – oozes
grandeur. Staying here feels almost like visiting a rich relative’s home – except with a golf course and
Michelin-starred restaurant on site too. Yet another unique and exceptional site, part of the Relais &
Tailored Holiday Packages
We’ve planned some wonderful holiday packages for you and your golf trip. Play at premier courses, dine at Michelin star restaurants, visit the wine growing regions and savor the latest in haute cuisine while staying in some truly iconic accommodations.