Les Berges is property owned by our dear and long time Family Friends Lois & Terry Link. If these pictures inspired you in anyway to visit this wonderful place, please contact them.
The front of the apartment building that houses a private home and four apartment rentals.
Roof tops of Caune-Minervois seen from my parents terrace.
Example of a doorway in Caunes-Minervois
A cat trying to stay cool on a very hot day
Berges is a working property that has fruiting trees, a vegetable garden and manicured landscaping. This tractor is a very welcomed tool for such a large plot of land to maintain.
At the end of the Berges property is a picturesque stream with a waterfall covered by an ancient bridge.
Le Cite glowing in the night. One can see this real castle city from miles away during the night.
Le Cite center portions entrance
Road to Narbonne's Church
An example of a Lock in the Canal du Midi that runs from the Mediterranean Sea to the Atlantic Ocean, approx. 150 miles.
An example of a bridge in the Canal du Midi that runs from the Mediterranean Sea to the Atlantic Ocean, approx. 150 miles.
As you can see, the boats need to stay fairly thin to run along the canal.
Entrance way to the center of Mirapoix.
Mirapoix market has a huge selection of seafood, meats, vegi's and fruit.
Classic, the music man is just missing a little monkey to collect the money.
We saw many street performers but these guys have a woman that goes around and aggressively pursues money from tourists. She even wanted me to give her extra cause I took this picture. And here I thought the panhandlers in SF were bad.
I swear these guys sounded like Yanni.
I loved the knife sharpener. Nothing like doing it the old fashion way.
Meze is famous for its mussels and oysters. The farms for these yummy creatures stretches as far as your eyes can see.
Jousting boats. Serious buisness in these arts. A team consists of one jouster that stands on top of the platform while six rowers hurl him towards the competition.
Water ways of Meze
Sete rowers staying in shape for future jousting
The fishing boats are huge and plentiful in these waterways of Sete.
Sete in twightlight
Minerve, one of my favorite cities to visit while I am in the south of France.
A village tuck in a valley of the huge sky scrapping Pyrenees mountains.
Entrance to La Grotte de Niaux. One of the very few places in the world where one could still see the original cave art from the Magdalenian time period.
Too bad I could not let me take pictures but very understandable.
As close as I could come to show you the cave art. This panel is located just out side the Cave's entrance
Windmill in the moonlight