The village of Blanc overlooks the unspoilt valley of the Sanctus in southern France, where wild boar, deer and hawks roam freely through the natural chestnut woodland. Pure mountain air and streams provide a protected environment for rare plants, and with no ground light you're guaranteed fantastic night skies.
Surrounded by protected parkland, Blanc consists of the remains of a 10th century chateau, a church, and several traditional stone houses, with an orchard and terraces overlooking the valley. You can see how green we are in Google's satellite view (left).
Besides its abundant natural riches, Blanc is well placed for exploring the region's cultural heritage, from the gastronomic delights of Languedoc wines and Roquefort cheese to the historic Templar and Hospitaller citadels of the Rouergue. And the Mediterranean coast is just 80km away.
Come to Blanc and experience a way of life that only the south of France can provide.