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La Rassada eco B&B, Narbonnaise – Aude

In a converted barn at the entrance to the Languedoc winemaking village of Feuilla, La Rassada is perfectly located between the Corbières hills (where you can see Bonelli’s and Golden eagles as well as Tawny pipit and Black-eared wheatear) and the coastal lagoons just 20 minutes away (where you can see Flamingo and spectacular spring migration at Leucate). Awake to the trill of a Golden oriole and go to bed to the distant call of Eagle owl… Early morning birding near the property is usually very rewarding and later in the day you can sip a glass of wine on the terrace while you watch the Short-toed eagles hunting in the evening light.

This unspoilt corner of southern France is a nature lovers paradise with a wide range of birds, orchids, dragonflies and much more to see. A delicious and substantial breakfast will set you up for the day, with picnics and evening meals available by arrangement.  We can advise you about the best birding spots and arrange guides as required.

Hostess and Birding Languedoc co-founder, Philippa Benson welcomes anyone interested in the local Mediterranean flora and fauna.

For more information and availability see the website: www.feuillanature.com

Double bedroom

Accommodation for birders in the Languedoc

Lounge with woodburner for chilly evenings

Accommodation for birders in the Languedoc

View from the terrace across the vineyards to the Corbières hills

Accommodation for birders in the Languedoc


 

Philippa Benson
Like many Brits, I have a keen interest in natural history and will never tire of learning about the amazing birds and wildlife of the Languedoc. Resident in this lovely area for over 10 years, I now have a good working knowledge of where the best spots are for birds, flowers and other species and I enjoy sharing these with interested visitors. My background in project management and hospitality combined with being fully bilingual are useful skills for organising and hosting tours, and I have a particular focus on customer service!

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By marilyn maxwell on 15 February 2018

Hi Philippa Just stumbled across the Birding Languedoc site & saw your B&B. A friend & I are planning a trip in the 3rd week of May & wondered what you might have available & the cost. We are birders & any help you can provide would be helpful. Many thanks Marilyn from Vancouver

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