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If you have friends or relatives come to stay and do not have enough space, why not have a look at some alternative accommodation in the area.
MAS DE FOUGAIROLLES
Two charming Gites that were once part of a traditional Cevenol Farm 'Mas' and have been recently renovated in an authentic Cevenol style with wooden beams and floors inside and old stones walls outside. All the original architecture; external and internal has been lovingly preserved. La Bergerie sleeps 2-6 in and Le Mas sleeps 2-8.

Nestling in a green setting deep in the countryside, Olivier and Stéphanie welcome you to appreciate and discover the flora and fauna of The Parc National des Cevennes.

Mas de Fougairolles

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DOMAINE D'ANGLAS
34190 Brissac


In the heart of the Hérault Gorges, between the Cevennes and the Mediterranean, come and discover the Domaine d'Anglas - a listed site, in 115 hectares of countryside.

We will be pleased to make you very welcome, without a fuss.

The river offers enjoyment for the whole family: refreshment, swimming, sandcastles, fishing, canoeing, and so much more.

Whether you decide to camp or stay in our chalets or in our gite you will find comfort, space and friendliness here.

Visit the open-air Snack Bar, where you can quench your thirst, taste the various wines from the estate, enjoy a great pizza or a good salad of the day...and make the most of your summer evenings with family or friends.. Bread and pastries also for sale.

The Vinyards
The Domaine d'Anglas cellar was built in 1896, and has seen a lot of changes in the last 4 generations.

Today, Carole and Roger GAUSSORGUES cultivate 13 hectares of vines on the best land on the estate.

The slopes, bathed in sunshine by the Mediterranean climate, give a very limited yield. The whole harvest is picked by hand.

The different wines are a well-kept secret, and will surprise you: - AOC Coteaux du Languedoc, with long, traditional vinification, with some aged in oak casks. - A very characteristic Vin de Pays: Roussane, Marsanne, Syrah, Grenache, Carigan and Cinsault are the main grape varieties. This wine is the product of a balance between the land, the climate and the plant life...

Cultivation on the whole estate is organic

"The agriculture of men who are at ease with their land". Roger GAUSSORGUES is passionate about nature and about his work. He offers a guided walk around the vineyards every Thursday evening. It is a wonderful, panoramic walk! (in July or August, or by appointment all year). After visiting the cellars, there is the opportunity for a tasting evening with house tapas in the campsite snack bar.

 Phone Carole & Roger Gaussorgues 04 67 73 70 18