Gorge D'Heric: A Slice of French Paradise

If you're following me on Instagram then you'll know I've spent the past week in a beautiful part of the South of France. I have many stories from my trip to tell, and will be doing so over the next week. Today I'm sharing the story of the stunning Gorge D'Heric.

Embedded in a large wildlife park in the Languedoc region is a slice of French paradise. Mountains stretch into the sky, littered with green and running throughout it all is clear water. The natural rock formations create pools, waterfalls, streams - it almost seems like a Garden of Eden, something too perfect to be part of everyday life.

As we climbed the road searching for a good spot, I couldn't help express my awe. I think the family I was with (who live there - more on them later) found it comical. It was so normal to them, a regular summer day trip. But coming from almost a year of being tuned into London life, I couldn't be happier to be somewhere so natural, so peaceful.

It's rocky and steep in places but definitely worth it once you get settled. I could have sat by the water, gentle sunlight shining down into the Gorge, the sound of the eternal streams, for days. I haven't felt so content in a long time. It was the ultimate antidote to the city. 



  1. breathtaking place! and beautiful photos! :) Anyway, just dropping by to say hello all the way from the Philippines! I hope you can drop by my blog too and follow along if you like. Have a nice day! :)

    xoxo, rae


  2. Wow, it looks so beautiful there! Love all of these photos too you really captured the vibe of the place.

    Julia // The Sunday Mode