Located 5 kms from the village of La Salvetat-sur-Agoût, surrounded by several hectares of forest, criss-crossed by signposted mountain-bike trails, the site overlooks Lake de la Raviège which lays over Tarn and Hérault, while facing the gorgeous landscape formed by the Rebondines islands. A 500- metre footpath lined with spruces, oaks, hazel and chestnut trees gently winds down towards the shore of the lake and the Gua des Brasses beach.
Each block of chalets consists of 2 to 5 semi-detached two-storied cottages. The Chalets border either the forest, the meadow or the hills overhanging the lake. All cottages are equipped with a TV set. Some Somail Forest cottages are also equipped with a fireplace whereas Raviege Lake View cottages offer a beautiful view over the lake.
Please note that all our cottages are non smoking, for hygiene and safety reasons but also in relation with our environmental sustainability involvement.
Whatever the season, you will enjoy the beautiful, pristine landscapes, the tranquility and the relaxing environment.
Outdoor and sports enthusiasts can enjoy a variety of land and water-based adventures including hiking, pony-trekking, road or mountain-cycling, high rope courses in the trees, tennis and mushroom picking.
If you are interested in cultural, historical or gastronomic heritage, (including associations with the history and legends of the Cathars), you need look no further than this region, renowned for its local produce: honey, goats’ cheese, beef, salt- meat, wine and, last but not least, its naturally-sparkling mineral water which, as the phrase goes, “bottles the sun”.
Please note that for 2020, due to the current COVID-19 crisis, some services may not be available, for everyone’s safety. Thank you for your understanding.
Information meeting every Sunday at 11 am in July and August with the local providers of activities for tourists.
The swimming pool will not open in 2020.
With a charge: laundry facilities, baby equipment rental, pets welcome, linens for rent, bags of logs. Please note that a vehicle is absolutely necessary.