The delicate scent of these flowers fills the path, mingling with the damp smell of the earth we are walking on.
At a bend in the road, the sound of leaves startles us: we have just enough time to see the apple-green tail of an ocellated lizard. This reptile is not dangerous, but we are not brave and do not particularly like these animals: we finish this walk with a dynamic step!
When we get back in the car, the long straight line of the Pompignan plateau leads us to the village of Valflaunès (Hérault). On this Sunday morning, we have the opportunity to stop at the local produce market and buy goat's cheese, honey, sausage, tapenade and bread for our brunch.
Once again, I'm all about pleasing our taste buds in a charming place!