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Impressive historical Louis XVI style dwelling, built at the beginning of the Second Empire, between 1860 and 1864 and representative of the 18th...
A charming 17th century village house offering about 108 m2 of living space with 3 to 4 bedrooms, 2 stone cellars and a nice terrace with...
Annexe of a former priory, converted into a furnished apartment of 91 m2 with one bedroom and an equipped kitchen. The whole landscaped park (9645...
Quality single storey villa (1996) on about 1400 m2 of land with pool and with some nice views, with 150 m2 living space (including 4 bedrooms) plus...
This beautiful classic Languedoc home sleeps up to 8 people and consists of 2 separate houses joined by a sunny terrace. The main house includes a...
Very nice winegrower home, located in a quiet alleyway just steps away from the centre of the village, offering about 135 m2 of living space...
Maison de Maitre dating from late 18th century, with a garden of 600 m2 (non attached but one path to cross) with lovely pool area, offering views...
Annexe of a former priory, converted into a furnished cottage of 85 m2 with one bedroom and and an equipped kitchen. The whole landscaped park of...
Large former winegrower house with 170 m2 of living space, nearly fully restored, with a terrace of 75 m2 and lots of character. It offers 2 large...
3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
Nice traditional villa (1978) offering 238 m2of living space including 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms including an apartment of 70 m2 at the pool/garden...
St Chinian (Herault)
St Chinian is located in Hérault in the Languedoc Roussillon region of France. It is the main village in this area of Herault and provides the name for the AOC wine produced by the local 20 villages. It is a popular, bustling village with numerous restaurants and all facilities. The large outdoor market is always busy throughout the year and very much the social meeting place for Sunday mornings.
On or near the main street of St Chinian there are six bar-restaurants as well as banks, butchers, bakeries, pharmacy, tourist office and even a tabac/newsagents which sells British Sunday papers.
As the centre for St Chinian wine (red and rose), there are numerous outlets to sample and buy the local appellation controllee. The market is very popular and there is a thriving trade in ready-cooked, takeaway chicken and paella for Sunday lunch. Many locals and tourists finish their shopping with a drink and perhaps a plate of oysters from the nearby seafood stall.
For more information on Hérault in our guide to Hérault or for the area as a whole we also have a comprehensive guide to Languedoc Roussillon, both of these resources will provide you with a valuable overview of the places you are looking at.