Languedoc-Roussillon

Languedoc and Roussillon: two historical sets together to form one and the same administrative region: a real headache for vacationers, who will be hard to know what part of the region will be the best for the holidays! Because there is a little something for everyone in Languedoc-Roussillon: Carcassonne to Nimes, the Cevennes to the Pyrenees, via the Mediterranean coast. Several common features though: accents, colors, the sun and the heat of the south! Discover the Languedoc-Roussillon region of southern France, Languedoc-Roussillon takes the form of an arc along the Gulf of Lion. craggy coasts of the Eastern Pyrenees in the south, to the beginnings of the Camargue to the east, the coastline bathed in a Mediterranean climate is no shortage of landmarks: Perpignan, the capital of French Catalonia, Narbonne and its port, the ponds Sète region and its long sandy beaches, to the marshes of Aigues-Mortes, a medieval city. One goes inland with Montpellier, torn between its historic center and its modern districts, amidst the garrigue that open to the Cévennes, the Hérault gorges and the Tarn, Lozère. Back to the southwest, in Cathar country with its castles and the city of Carcassonne, which prepares its fortifications in the heart of the maquis Aude and vineyards of Corbières. Things to see and do in Languedoc-Roussillon In this region, the '' best '' are many! Broadly, here:




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