France: Languedoc Roussillon

North and West of Perpignan

Côtes du Roussillon Villages, Rivesaltes and Maury
By Richard James

This Guide was last updated on 22 April 2010
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Itineraries

One Day Ideal Itinerary on Foot in Maury

MORNING
Visit 1: Domaine de la Pertuisane
Then walk down the hill.
Visit 2: Clos de l’Origine, on the Lesquerde road, off the main road.
Walk back along the main road towards the Cave Coopérative and school.
Lunch at Cave-Resto Le Pichenouille

AFTERNOON
Walk back up towards the top of the village.
Visit 1: Domaine Pouderoux
Visit 2: La Coume du Roy
Dinner at Pascal Borrell’s restaurant in the Maison du Terroir (see ‘Wine Attractions’).

 

Two-Day Ideal Itinerary

Day One

MORNING
Take the N116 from Perpignan to Pézilla
Visit 1: Domaine Rouaud, on the other side of the village heading for Corneilla
Take the D614 through Corneilla then towards Millas, but turn right off the main road up the signposted track. Once you see the big orange villa, you are there.
Visit 2: Domaine Força Réal
Once you’re back down on the main road, following signs for Estagel, drive on to Montner for lunch (signposted off to the right after a few kilometers)

AFTERNOON
Continue north on the D612 to Estagel
Visit: Domaine Hylari and/or Domaine des Schistes or Domaine Vinci
Return to eat and stay at the Auberge du Cellier in Montner

Day Two

MORNING
Head back to Estagel then take the D117 to Maury and explore on foot
Visit 1: Domaine de la Pertuisane
Then walk down the hill.
Visit 2: Clos de l’Origine, on the Lesquerde road, off the main road.
Walk back along the main road towards the Cave Coopérative and school.
Lunch at Cave-Resto Le Pichenouille

AFTERNOON
Walk back up towards the top of the village.
Visit 1: Domaine Pouderoux
Visit 2: La Coume du Roy
Dinner at Pascal Borrell’s restaurant in the Maison du Terroir (see ‘Wine Attractions’).


 

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