Local Attractions – Maison des Vignerons

The real beauty of Saint Remy is that you can be as active as you choose. The gardens and paths invite you for leisurely walks, lounge by the swimming pool, play a game of lawn bowling, volleyball or disc golf. Need to get up and going? You can arrange for a bicycle or horseback tour with the property manager. A complete “Western Longhorn Experience” is available for the more adventurous.

The Camargue is a triangular shaped area along the coast between the Languedoc-Roussillon and Provence. It is, in fact, the Rhone river delta and its ecological diversity is one of France’s national treasures. On the MediterraneanSea , 20 minutes away, is the nesting grounds of Pink Flamingos that can be seen in flight over the marshes and salt grasses. The wild herds of Camargues horses, with their distinctive white coats, roam here. The small black bulls native to this region are used in the French version of bull fights.

For history buffs there are day trips to nearby towns: Medieval walled city of Aigues Mortes Nimes with the best preserved Roman amphitheater in the world, Montpellier with its Place de la Comedie, Musee Fabre, Jardin des plantes , the oldest botanical garden in France and the Saint Clement Aqueduct.

The region is rich with weekly markets that specialize in local foods, fabrics and antiques. Wineries dot the landscape and wine tasting rooms eagerly introduce you to their produce.

Whether you come to relax and enjoy the wine and great local cuisine, or pursue an active tourist or sports agenda, Saint Remy will guarantee a memorable stay.