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Videos & Interviews

Below are a selection of videos and interviews with with key members of the project team. They'll give you an even better idea of the vision behind the La Baraquette project, and exactly what it will be offering.

La Baraquette - an introduction

An introduction to the development, the estate, the properties and the location.

The Languedoc-Roussillon region

A beautifully-made film by the Languedoc-Roussillon region's tourist office (Sud de France) showcasing the best that the region has to offer.

The Lifestyle around the Lagoon

From tasting France's best seafood to exploring its local markets - experience the 'l'Art de Vivre' of this part of the South of France.


A short video on the pretty and bustling port-town of Marseillan, where the La Baraquette estate is based.

Cap d'Agde

Only a few minutes drive from La Baraquette, Cap d'Agde is a holiday playground of chic beach clubs, marinas and endless opportunities for water sports.

The Béziers Area

The nearest city to La Baraquette, Bézier's medieval centre is a romantic warren of superb restaurants and boutiques.


Only 45 minutes away, Montpellier is the region's capital and the most popular city in France in which to live. Watch the film to find out why.


This riot of fairy-tale turrets and spires is the biggest and best example of a medieval castle in the world - and only 45 minutes away.

The Canal du Midi

A World Heritage Site, the canal weaves its way from the Mediterranean close to La Baraquette through the vines of Languedoc to Toulose in the west.

Canal Cruises

The best way to experience the Canal du Midi is to hire a boat for the day, pack a picnic and a few bottles of rosé, and float your way through locks and past villages.

Water Sports

They come from far and wide to make the most of the superb sailing, wind surfing, kite surfing and kayaking on offer in Languedoc.


How the Tarbouriech family, based a short walk from La Baraquette, now grow France's most prized oysters on tables in front of the estate.

Noilly Prat

Produced in Marseillan, Noilly Prat is a delicious French vermouth to be enjoyed chilled on its own, or used to create any number of cocktails.

Picpoul de Pinet

This increasingly popular white wine will be produced on the La Baraquette estate - and is perfect with fresh seafood from the lagoon.