One Bedroom House With Access To A Walled South Facing Garden.
non smoking only
Children not allowed
not suitable for children
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
If you have not been to the new pool in Peyriac, do try it out. http://www.guide-piscine.fr/aude/centre-aquatique-les-bains-de-minerve-a-peyriac-minervois-3055_P
Take a drive to Narbonne Plage, from Narbonne and you will traverse the road over the mountain, down to the sea. From the first round about in Narbonne Plage, head south to Gruisson Plage. http://www.tripadvisor.ca/Restaurant_Review-g666500-d3219248-Reviews-La_cambuse_du_saunier-Gruissan_Aude_Languedoc_Roussillon.html
If you ignore the commercial side of the salt flats, it is a pleasant outing. Take the main green road back north to Narbonne, skirting the city to return to Siran.
If you wish to venture further, there is a delightful towns of Alet-les-Bains and Rennes-les-Bains, south of Limoux. You may swim in a heated outdoor pool with mineral water in Rennes, take treatment, if you book in advance or just walk about Alet-les-Bains (beautiful old buildings and pretty vistas).
A short drive above Siran, towards Centeilles brings you to a chapel. There are pretty views, lovely vineyards and two very good wine makers, Clos Centeilles and Rouviole. The Leonor brothers and their sister run Rouviole and would be happy to sell you a couple bottles of their fine wine.
Outside Siran, towards Cesseras, there is the Dolmen-des-Fades, up on the hill. This site dates back 5,000 years and is lovely to walk about. Further on the road there is a vineyard, La Mignarde. Drop in and introduce yourselves to the proprietor, a lady of some years or her son. If she would show you inside the winery, they have two storey high oak barrels, from decades ago. Directly across from the entrance to the winery, there is a road that leads up to the Chapel St. Germain. Use that as the starting point for a walk about or a short hike. Do not wander too far off, as you may get lost in the vineyards and be wandering around for days. Early morning or late afternoon is good for that activity, as the days seem to be getting hot.
The headwaters of the canal du Midi is about an hour away by car, at Lacombe, north of Carcassonne. There is a restaurant there, A la Prize d'Alzeau, that is very good. There is a walk by the small canal, which feeds into the Canal du Midi, shaded by lovely tall trees. You could walk for thirty kilometres to Saissac, if you desired or just a kilometre or two for fun. http://www.tripadvisor.ca/Restaurant_Review-g2137468-d3419260-Reviews-A_la_Prise_D_alzeau-Lacombe_Aude_Languedoc_Roussillon.html