Domaine Occitania, set amongst vineyards, is an exclusive, awe-inspiring venue in the South of France… as well as an idyllic setting for weddings with a wow factor!
Domaine Occitania is like a fairy tale Provençal hamlet with its medieval chateau and eight characterful properties.
The chatelaine is an interior designer who renovated the houses brilliantly: the traditional features of the buildings have been kept and harmoniously combined to a sleek, modern decoration with organic fabrics, Japanese touches and vintage elements.
The place can sleep up to 46 people in a total of 22 bedrooms.
The 8 hectares of land feature semi-wild gardens, an abundance of palm trees and enchanting views.
Now let’s imagine your wedding there…
For your blessing, gather your guests in one of the many gardens or tie the knot in the beautiful consecrated chapel, that can fit up to 30 people.
For the wedding dinner, walk into the Orangerie: like everything else here, the building, renovated to a high standard, will delight all your guests. The Orangerie is suitable for a party of 55 people or less but if you have more guests, you will have the option to put a marquee on the grounds.
During the days leading to your wedding, make the most of the huge infinity pool, or head to the beach 30 minutes away.
To summarise, we think Domaine Occitania would suit couples that are after an outstanding, luxurious wedding venue in South of France.
Please note: the main Chateau is the home of the owners and is not available to rent.
Things to do in the area: in the village at 3km you’ll find a baker, tabac, restaurant, cafe bar, pharmacy…The large town of Béziers, only 10km away, is renown for its “feria” (carnival with bullfighting); don’t miss the medieval and picturesque town of Pézenas (18km), the fishing village of Agde (35km), the volcanic lake of Salagou (40km)…You’ll also be able to do plenty of activities: cycling, canoeing, golf (16km), mediterranean beaches, local markets etc…
Discover Edward and Sevilay’s wedding at Chateau Occitania here
Wedding pictures kindly provided by Isa Souri.