Discover the many activities offered around our Mas
For a weekend in love or during your stay with friends,(from 15 years old) you can enjoy our relaxation area (sauna and jacuzzi) in private on reservation for 45 minutes.
The first session is offered during your stay, the following are at 15 € / person.
We offer you the bottle of 1er cru Pascal Cossy champagne, 40€ which will be served to you in order to relax, to take advantage of the benefits of the massage jets during this balneotherapy under relaxing lighting and the dry heat of the sauna to vary this privileged moment. .
You can add an appointment in your gîte with our new well-being partner "Mon Petit Masseur".
If you want to relax in the warm sun of Languedoc, recline in a deck-chair by the swimming-pool, surrounded by a curtain of greenery and with the unrestricted view of the vineyard.
The swimming pool and the solarium can be private on certain stays, do not hesitate to inquire and book by phone: 06.14.30.84.26.
Many leisure activities are available at any time:
Canoeing in the gorges of the Hérault.
Hiking or biking, with Le Mas as a starting point.
Swim in the rivers, play golf or tennis.
Equestrian center nearby and tree climbing.
But also visits to caves and local museums.
You will find all the documents in the house and we are also at your disposal for any other question.
To enjoy all the scents of the Provencal scrubland discover all the flowers of the region, you will find many hiking trails around the Mas (marked in yellow) that will allow you to walk through the vineyards on foot or by bike.
There is a possibility to cross part of the Cevennes aboard the Anduze steam train at St Jean du Gard.
This patronal festival, still called vote or vogue, is specific to the south of France. It is traditional in Provence, Drôme Provençale, Ardèche, in Languedoc (Gard, Hérault).
The votes, initially, were always related to the saint's day of the parish. They spread over the whole summer and attracted to the village all the youth of the neighboring communes who arrived in band and on foot. These festivities, according to their date, marked either a truce in the big works of the fields, or the joy of the first harvests returned.
Traditionally, a votive festival must include fairground attractions, a shared meal in the public square, a large free raffle, a petanque contest and a night ball or balleti.
A few steps away, on rue Antoine Astruc and near the local fireplace.
Young children will find swings and a slide.
Older children can play table tennis or basketball.
Of course, the traditional space of Provencal bowling games is waiting for you.