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About Languedoc
“The ‘Other’ South of France, the Languedoc is a delicious dose of conviviality and landscapes, of olives, vines and cypress trees, sleepy wine villages and buzzing cities”
......Dana Facaros & Michael Pauls
Languedoc-Roussillon enjoys over 300 hundred days of sunshine a year and offers a great diversity of holiday locations

Hike or cycle through the rugged natural landscape or one of the area's national parks from the Pyrenees to the Cevennes.

Trek underground past the stalactites of the Demoiselles Caves.

Tour the fortified city of Caracassonne.

Marvel at the ancient Roman architecture of the amphitheater in Nimes and the famous Pont du Gard aqueduct.

Enjoy more than 275 km of Mediterranean coastline stretching from Catalonia to the Camargue,

Visit outstanding historical monuments and sites, the city of Montpellier's museums, boutiques and antique shops, as well as the typical French villages and towns.

Sample the wide array of Languedoc wines on offer at bargain prices, taste true French cuisine at the Michelin – starred restaurants as well as your local bar.