Photo gallery

The old water tower

Our salt water swimming pool

The pool looking south

The pool terrace

The bedroom, said to be on lay lines direct from Canigou therefor offering a good nights sleep

Our garden from the main house. In the spring we cut pathways through the grass and wild flowers

some of the many granite boulders littered across our land

Mount Canigou from Le Roc, the massive granite boulders now exposed after erosion of the earth

Our garden is full of herbs found growing naturally in the Garrigue.

Sunrise over the chateau in the village, every morning a different sky!

'Les Orgues' with Mount Canigou in the distance, formed by erosion due to the wind and rai

Les Orgues (organ pipes) one of the many fascinating tourist attractions in the area

Food for free, foraging in our woodland can bring gastronomic rewards.

Night time entertainment at Le Roc, a Sanglier sow with nine young eating outside the tower.

Our near neighbours, the eighth foal this year!

Mount Canigou at dusk.