Welcome To Château Capitoul
An exceptional elevated site with panoramic views across the vines and a Mediterranean lagoon to the Pyrenees.
A rare opportunity to purchase a beautifully crafted property in an intimate development on a working wine estate where heritage and traditional materials are combined with laid back, chic French style and superb facilities.
The Secret Mediterranean
Languedoc, South of France, in the National Park of the Massif de la Clape. Just 3km from the Mediterranean coast, situated between the small Roman city of Narbonne and the picturesque fishing port and beach town of Gruissan.
Authentic Character Contemporary Luxury
On a wooded slope, just 45 unique properties inspired by the aristocratic and agricultural heritage of the estate.
Traditional and reclaimed materials; terracotta tiles, cut stone, limestone renderings and oak beams combined with contemporary use of space and light. Huge bay windows framing extraordinary views.
Spectacular communal pool | Brasserie & Gastronomic Restaurant | Cinq Mondes ® Spa |Tennis | Bikes | Boulodrome | Orchard & market garden | 20 acre park surrounded by 240 acres of vines, olive grove & woodland | Yacht moorings
With a host of great facilities and a full suite of management and letting services for hassle free ownership, Château Capitoul offers a limited number of discerning buyers a unique opportunity to experience the authentic Art de Vivre for which the Mediterranean South of France is so renowned.
An icon of La Clape since the 14th century, we acquired Château Capitoul in 2011. Since then the estate has undergone a complete overhaul with significant investment in both vines and cellar producing award winning wines fully expressive of our exceptional terroir.
An Authentic and Durable Vision
“The restoration and operation of châteaux, wine estates and other character buildings as exceptional destinations, retaining and enhancing their essential purpose and character, wholly integrated with and respectful of the local environment – natural, social, cultural and economic.”
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