Thanks to the perfect combination of mountains, cities and beaches, Languedoc-Roussillon is an accessible area for everyone. A region stretching from the Pyrenees to the Rhône, with an incredible natural diversity.
The rough Cévennes is the second largest national park in France. Here you can discover the region by canoe, with the Gordes de Tarn as its highlight.
The Camargue, known as the wild west of France, is certainly worth a visit. The beautiful salt- and rice fields will amaze you and the wild horses, pink flamingos and black bulls determine the colourful landscape.
Beautiful cities like the bustling Montpellier, the cultural Nîmes with its arenas or the ravishing Carcassonne with its fun festivals will certainly keep you busy. Furthermore, charming villages are hidden in the beautiful landscape. The region around Uzès or Rochefort du Gard are certainly worth a detour.
Languedoc-Roussillon is also well-known for its wine. It’s the largest wine region in the world, known for its red wines. You just can’t leave this place, before you’ve tried a Carigan or Grenache. Try out the Fitou, La Clape or the Minervois La Livinière and leave this multidimensional gem with a feeling satisfied.