Located north of Beziers, on the road to Bedarieux, in the Thongue valley, Roujan is a typical Languedoc village, surrounded by vineyards.
Roujan is one of the principal towns in the district of Beziers, and was once a castrum (a fortified camp occupied by the Romans). That explains its circular city map. The vineyard as well as the olive tree represent the investment, the work, the strength, the durability, the rhythm of the seasons, the duration, the ecology. You are in the heart of the village and yet quiet because the property is set back from the road. At 200 m from the house, you have the bakery, a playground for children and bowls and also a tennis court.
The relay is the rent of comfortable and very well fullyfurnished cottages or bed & breakfast rooms with a personalized welcome.
Take time, to find your balance with the benefactions of a relaxing massage in essential oil or in hot stones.
Far from the city tumult, in a vast and peacefull not overlooked property, in the shade of mulberry trees, take a nap in the garden during the summer days heat.