Explore the fascinating region of Languedoc-Roussillon. Located in southern France, it is blessed with stunning Mediterranean waters bordered by a nearly unbroken beach stretching from the Rhone to the Pyrenees. The region shares many terrain and climate characteristics with the neighbouring region of Provence and is a paradise for sun worshippers with many secluded beaches and coves. Nestled behind the diverse coastline, you’ll find an unspoilt landscape dotted with sleepy villages, vineyards & river gorges.
The region's varied and rugged terrain means there are many 'natural' sights, from the flat marshlands of the Camargue, with its flamingos and wild horses, to spectacular caves filled with fabulous rock formations. Visit the many historic cities, such as Nimes with its superb Roman remains, or the famous walled city of Carcassonne. The regions rich history has provided it with a huge number of France's most remarkable sites - with impressive castles and abbeys sprinkled across Languedoc, from the majestic Pyrenees in the south to the Cevennes mountains in the north.