The Languedoc Roussillon is the Region occupying the western end of the south coast of France on the Mediterranean Sea. It borders the Spanish Costa Brava to the south, with Provence to the east, and the Masif Central to the north. Previously the unfashionable part of the Mediterranean coast, this region is now one of the fastest growing areas of France.
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.
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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