Nt Domaine de l'Argentière you are within easy reach of many fascinating medieval villages and Roman remains. The Prieuré de Carluc, a resting place for pilgrims on their way to Compostela, (listed Monument Historique), lies immediately to the east of nearby Céreste. Within just a few kilometres, there are are countless activities - from horse riding to hot air ballooning and from walking to wine tasting (an ever-popular local pastime!)
Argentière belongs to the commune of Viens, a mediaeval village perched on a hill some three kilometres distant, which has a grocery store, bar and restaurant, while Céreste, just six kilometres away, has two restaurants offering excellent meals at reasonable prices, two bakeries, two grocery stores, a butcher, a bank, a post office and a pharmacy.
The domaine belongs to Adrian and Dora Firth, who created this wonderful environment. Dora is a successful writer and poet. Adrian, who recently retired from running an art gallery in Céreste, creates sculptures that reflect the landscape - click on the pictures above to learn more