Mediterranean scrubland and vineyards

The countryside near the sea in southern France is brimming with history with its winemakers' homes, dry stone buildings natural watering troughs and fountain.

In the southern French countryside, between the garrigue (Mediterranean scrubland) and the vineyards you will find no shortage of thyme, laurel, basil, rosemary, sage, or fig trees, not to mention cicadas during the sieste (siesta) or crickets towards the end of the day. With its vineyards, olive fields, dry stone walls, abbeys, small churches and crosses, where else could you be other than in the Languedoc!