The Languedoc Roussillon region offers you breathtaking landscapes, unparalleled cuisine and wine, world renowned culture, a mild climate, first-rate healthcare, and amazing travel opportunities.
- Ancient Roman cities like Nîmes and Arles
- Charming regional capital of Montpellier, with its famous Comédie
- Unique town of Sète (the Venice of France)
- Famous medieval fortress of Carcassonne
- Cevennes national park
- Mountain peaks of Pic St. Loup et Mont Aigoual
- Wild, coastal Camargues with its white horses and bulls
- UNESCO listed Canal du Midi
- Biggest wine-producing region in France
- Hiking trails (St. Jean de Compostelle)
- Long stretches of sand beaches and ports for maritime activities
- Over 300 days of sunshine per year
- Cost of living much lower than in neighboring Provence or the Riviera
- Cheap and easy to travel all around Europe from the local, int’l airports and train stations
- Rich historical heritage with Cathare castles, Roman aqueducts and arenas, and medieval sites.
Sud de France has put together a beautiful video of the region – enjoy!
Here is where the Languedoc Roussilon region is located in France: