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People and places

Shop for ‘petit dejuener’

Shop for ‘petit dejuener’

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Fresh bread and croissants, as well as lunch selections and other grocery items, are only a three-minute walk from LPC. Other food stores, including bakeries, fish stores, butchers and supermarkets, are just a five to ten minute drive.

Enjoy canal-side dining

Enjoy lunch or dinner

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Enjoy Argen’s friendly and informal restaurants, La Guinguette and Le Sourire de Grenouille . There also are many other good places to eat and drink in nearby villages.

Imbibe at the local pub

Have a drink, meet the ‘locals’...

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Guests are always welcome at “Le Troubador” owned and operated by LPC neighbour Gilbert (who’s standing in the photo). Taste and learn about local wines from him and the other villagers.

Peruse food markets

Peruse food markets

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Fresh food markets with a variety of fruits, vegetables, meat, poultry, fish, cheese, dairy, oils/spices and bread and pastries abound in the area. The closest are a five-minute drive and are held each Tuesday and Wednesday.

Scour ‘vide greniers’

Scour ‘vide greniers’

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Find antiques, collectibles and other ‘treasures’ at the ‘empty attic’ sales held Sunday mornings at various villages throughout the area.

Explore off-the-beaten-path

Scour ‘vide greniers’

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Go beyond the tour books and check out many of the areas lesser known, but 0h-so-interesting attractions, including Oulibo Olive Oil Cooperative, oyster tasting at Port Lucate, eccentric metal sculptures at Loch Aquille and the Dolmen des fees, the Aude's most impressive megalith and the Midi's largest prehistoric tomb.