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Languedoc-Roussillon is the Region that  lies on the Mediterranean Sea  in the south-west of France, with Provence to the East, Spain and Andorra to the south, and the Masif Central to the north. The merger of two historic provinces resulted in Languedoc-Roussillon. Once upon a time Languedoc was an independent area and it spoke the langue d’oc, while Roussillon was Spanish right up to the mid 17th century. It used to be known as France's Catalonia and the Catalan heritage is still evident. Languedoc-Roussillon has a unique blend of energetic cities and charming medieval villages.

 

THIS SITE IS A GUIDE TO SOME OF THE BEST PLACES TO VISIT IN THE LANGUEDOC, AND IS ALSO A SOURCE OF INFORMATION TO VISITORS, AND NEWCOMERS TO THE REGION.  

Ce site vous conduira à travers bien des lieux intéressants du Languedoc.   

 

 

    

 

 

 

 

 

 

About Us

We moved to France in 1985, after buying an old wine cave, that was in ruins. During the next two years, we set about the renovations.  Our village was hidden in the mountains of the "Parc Naturel du Haut Languedoc", and contained 65 inhabitants. The nearest shops were 40 minutes drive away. Ten years later, with old age in mind, we moved to a modern "villa" in a larger village, that contained all facilities, including shops, doctors, dentist and banks. We have been involved in tourism during the time we have been here, and Adrian was, for some years on the committee of the local tourist office. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Beziers


Aigues Mortes


Carcassonne


Capestang


Lagrasse


Millau Bridge


Montpellier


Roquebrun


Pont du Gard


Valras Plage