Wine hiking

Les drailles de crozes - Oenorando

The crests of Vissou



at the heart of a classified site, rich in natural, geological and landscape discoveries, the path winds through the vineyard, climbs in the fragrant scrubland and joins the cliffs. In the background, the silhouette of Vissou serves as a landmark during this walk full of surprises.
Vignes et volcan de Fontès - Randonnée

Fontès vineyards and volcanoes



From the cellar, walk towards the church listed as a historical monument, passing under the old gates of the village. By an old path, climb the Céressou volcano. Then, after crossing the Boyne, you will head towards the Baumes volcano. Then, you will pass a few meters from the ruins of the Château de Mazers before returning to the village via the Clapisse hill.
Les drailles de crozes - Oenorando

The Crozes drailles



At the heart of a classified site, rich in natural, geological and landscape discoveries, the path runs through the entire vineyard and lets you imagine the medieval past of Cabrières. During this hike, you can discover the remains of its old village at the foot of the castle, the hamlet of Crozes, the mills of Tiberet and the old paths, "drailles" in Occitan.

CastelBarry, between vineyards and olive trees



Take the time to contemplate this exceptional heritage, this vineyard largely certified "Terra Vitis" as well as "Organic Agriculture". Reflecting the commitment and deep respect of the men of CastelBarry for the preservation of the environment, this wine-growing landscape can be explored, discovered and observed.

The terraces of Pégairolles



Between the Lergue and the wooded foothills of the Larzac plateau, you will walk through varied landscapes. The highlight of the hike is the passage through the Pégairolles vineyard: terraces, capitelles and exceptionally large walls. At the end of the route, the technical crossing of the Théron ravine gives character to this circuit, vineyard atmosphere and heritage.

From the vines to the rock of the Two Virgins



Located on the foothills of Larzac, Saint-Saturnin-de-Lucian offers a remarkable landscape setting. Departing from the cooperative cellar, stroll through the vineyards and scrubland before climbing the Rock of the Two Virgins, the highest point of the massif. The history of the village is intimately linked to poetry and viticulture, two identity activities that have made the site famous.