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Activities & Leisure

A unique venue

At the hotel
Relax and unwind

To help you can relax and unwind, the Estate has a spa with heated indoor pool, Turkish baths, saunas and eight treatment rooms, two outdoor pools and a tennis court.
Our 13-hectare vineyard lets you explore and discover our grape varieties. Bicycles are available for your use.
In our shop/tasting cellar you can find out about and taste our range of wines, and buy them as well.
The beach... among the vines, an ideal place to rest and relax in a deckchair looking out onto the vineyard with a refreshing cocktail in your hand.

Surrounding area
A unique venue

Why not set out to explore the iconic Place de la Comédie, Montpellier's old town, the protected marshes of the Camargue, the ramparts of Aigues-Mortes, the medieval walled city of Carcassonne, Nîmes's Roman amphitheatre, the Pont du Gard, Cevennes National Park, the fishing port of Sète or discover the charms of Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert and Pic Saint-Loup.

Tourist destination Journey time
The Camargue 25mins
The beaches – La Grande Motte 20mins
Montpellier's historic city centre 10mins
Musée Fabre in Montpellier 10mins
Odysseum Complex (aquarium, cinema, etc.) 10mins
Pic Saint-Loup and wine route 30mins
Pont du Gard 60mins
Les Baux-de-Provence 1h15mins

Private beaches
Just a 15-minute drive from the Domaine de Verchant, you can find the Mediterranean with its charming, completely protected coastline and marinas... Its long beaches of fine sand, ideal for lazing about or going for long walks, playing water sports or enjoying a drink on one of the many private beaches...
Please feel free to contact us for more information.

The region also guarantees golf lovers the chance to play on high quality courses all year round:
Golf de Montpellier – Massane and Golf de Fontcaude just ten or so kilometres away
Golf de la Grande Motte 20km away
Golf de Nîmes Campagne 60km away

The Pont du Gard and Les Baux de Provence
One hour from the Domain, this architectural structure was built over 2,000 years ago. The Pont du Gard is a site unique to France, as it is the only three-tiered Roman aqueduct still standing today. Discover this marvel that has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1982, while enjoying the charm and authenticity of the Gardon Valley.
Located in the Parc Naturel des Alpilles (a nature reserve), Baux de Provence is considered one of the most beautiful villages in France. You will be immersed in a magical, spectacular setting and discover the incomparable charm of villages in Provence.

The Vineyards
On the region's slopes, vines have been cultivated since ancient times. AOC and vins de pays account for the bulk of production. The Languedoc-Roussillon region is the backdrop for a wide variety of terroirs, each with its own soil, climate and grape varieties, whose different blends make for unique wines with ever increasing quality.
Grès de Montpellier, Pic Saint-Loup, Faugères, Coteaux du Languedoc, Corbières, Limoux, Minervois, Saint-Chinian, Côte du Roussillon, Fitou, Costières de Nîmes...are among the more famous designations. 

The Camargue
Just 25 minutes from the Estate, visit the Camargue, typical landscapes of the Languedoc-Roussillon region. Discover this beautiful region on horseback, visit the Salin sea salt ponds, go on a 4x4 safari to see pink flamingos, bulls, horses and more.

The Port of Sète and the Bassin de Thau
25 minutes from the Estate, the waters of a mollusc-rich lagoon lap against the towns of Sète, Balaruc-les-Bains, Bouzigues, Mèze and Marseillan.
A place to visit between sea and sky at the foot of Mont Saint-Clair in Sète, this vast lagoon plays an important role in the economy. Oysters and shellfish have been farmed here since Antiquity.