In case anyone was wondering, the routes that Charlotte Durif did are all on a small sector on the north face on Pic St Loup, north of Montpellier:
Pic St Loup is the mountain on the left. The big crag to the right is Hortus, where there's nothing above 8a.
To get to the routes, you have to walk to the top of Pic St Loup, and abseil down 40m. This is one of my local crags, but I've never been there, as the easiest route is 8a+! It's unusual for the area, in that it's completely north-facing, unlike the ovens of Claret, Seynes, Russan and so on.
This is one of the 8bs she onsighted:
The 8c goes up the steeper bit to the left (I think).
More pictures and info on Charlottes blog
and this old news report about Snails Paradis here
(there's a long version at 8c+)
It's worth noting as well that Dave Graham did the FA of Roi du Petrole in 2005, and thought it was 8c+