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Make a holiday rental villa or gite in Roquebrun, France your home away from home

Sitting on the banks of the River Orb in the Pyrenean landscape of the Herault department of Languedoc-Roussillon, it is hard to think of anywhere with the pure beauty of a Roquebrun gite. Roquebrun, France, is a charming village to escape to, and with almost immediate access to the Parc Naturel Regional du haut Languedoc, the can be nowhere better to truly escape into the countryside of Southern France.

Things to do in Roquebrun, France

Squeezed between the Mediterranean and the Pyrenees, Roquebrun is a rural treasure of the highest quality. The amazing landscape and rich wildlife means that a Roquebrun gite is a genuine treasure for any nature lover, with walkers, mountain bikers and horse riders flocking from across Europe to get away from it all for a few weeks. There are almost limitless trails to take up into the mountains, and there is certainly no shortage of view points over mountains, lakes and spectacular gorges from which to enjoy a picnic.

At almost every turn you can find beautiful Cathar castles, huge wine chateau and ancient villages to explore.

The sunny beaches of the Mediterranean coast are not far either. During the hot summer, the half hour drive to the beach will be an almost daily part of your holiday. The beaches are phenomenal, and do not suffer the crowds of the Cote d'Azur. Long, lazy days on the beach are a great way to soak up the sun, and for those seeking a little beach activity, you can always enjoy a day sailing, fishing or scuba diving.

Place to visit from Roquebrun, France

The historic towns of Carcassonne, Pezanas and Montpellier are all within a short drive of a Roquebrun gite. Pezanas is a particularly good place to spend a day, as it is filled with antique shops and excellent restaurants serving the very best local cuisine. The food is fantastic throughout the region, and has changed little over the years. The majority of local villages host weekly markets, which are perfect for ensuring an authentic Languedoc feel to your self catering Roquebrun gite.

Weather in Roquebrun, France

A Roquebrun holiday is a treat at any time of year. There are some 300 days of sunshine each year, and from May until October, daily peak temperatures reach into the mid 30's regularly. Anyone wishing to go sightseeing, exploring the mountains or antique hunting are best off visiting during the 'shoulder' season, of spring and autumn, as conditions remain warm, but some of the midday heat has subsided.

Flights to Roquebrun, France

A holiday gite in Roquebrun can be reached from Montpellier, Carcassonne or Perpignan airport in just over an hour. All three airports receive direct flights from across the UK. Having the use of a hire car is strongly advised when staying in Roquebrun accommodation, as there is simply so much to see and do from a Roquebrun gite it would be a shame to restrict yourself.

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                          If your idea of holiday accommodation is marble floors, IKEA furniture, a TV with 2000 channels and a swimming pool - with a restaurant just around the corner and a hypermarket five minutes away....forget it. Rustic is the word Sally uses, and rustic it is. Pretty remote at the end of a valley and up a steep unpaved path, you need to be reasonably able bodied to get up to this stone built hideaway. But when you do, the views down the valley are stunning and the peaceful silence truly healing. All necessary services worked well for us - water (even after a dry summer , it was still flowing from the spring that serves the property), shower, cooker, fridge freezer (vital in the heat), internet. No TV, which was a real bonus! Sally took a load of washing away for us and it came back crisp and ready to wear. It's in a wonderful area, of course with lots to do and see if you do want to venture afield, from lovey old towns and villages to activities such as walking and canoeing. Sally was a helpful hostess and her two companions, who always seemed to turn up at mealtimes, added to our pleasure. Thanks, Sally, for a lovely time.
                          • Review Submitted: 21-Sep-2016
                          • Date of Stay: Aug 2016