Château de La Redorte
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That château in the south of France is within your reach

Located just on the edge of the traditional wine-making village of Lezignan-La-Cèbe, the sixteen exclusive properties at the Château des Roches Fleuries represent a unique melding of heritage and charm with modern comfort and peace of mind.

The Château, built in the 19th century during Languedoc’s ‘wine rush’, is currently being renovated by a team of local artisans. Its spectacular spires and turrets will form the centre-piece of the development, with a number of properties with gardens built within a private 6,400m2 park.

The estate will be landscaped with lush banks of lavender, oleanders and roses, and Cyprus pines and olive trees will be planted to compliment the existing Mediterranean oaks and towering parasol pines. A large pool and sun deck space will offer the perfect place to while away warm afternoons with a chilled glass of local Picpoul wine.

Come home to a piece of local heritage

The location of the development couldn’t be better. The properties are a mere 3km from Pézenas, probably Languedoc’s most desirable town. The capital of the region in the time of Louis XIV, its intricate carved stone façades, cobbled squares, excellent restaurants and bustling weekly market draw visitors and locals in from miles around. The beaches and fishing ports of the Mediterranean are only 25 minutes away, and the cities of Béziers, Narbonne and Montpellier are all close by, with their sophisticated boutiques, restaurants, bars and cultural attractions.

Pézenas, the region's capital in the era of Louis XIV is only a short walk or drive away.


The Pézenas Saturday morning market is alive with local farmers, butchers, bakers and artisans selling the freshest, tastiest food from all over the region.

The South of France as it was always meant to be

The Languedoc-Roussillon is still one of France's best-kept secrets - blissfully untouched by the over-development of Spain or the garish 'bling' and high prices of the Côte d'Azur. This is still a region of working wine villages, with endless sandy beaches, bustling fishing ports and some of Europe's most picturesque countryside - dotted with medieval castles.