Departments :   Aude,  Gard,  Hèrault,  Lozère,  Pyrénées-Orientales

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Situated in the far south of France, Languedoc-Roussillon is able to enjoy almost constant sunshine and boasts unspoiled countryside and a protected coastline.

he region, which is the largest wine-growing region in Europe, is bristling with historical monuments, abbeys and castles and is home to several UNESCO World Heritage sites including the Canal du Midi, and the stunning medieval city of Carcassonne.

The rich variety of the region’s landscapes has strongly influenced the architecture, lifestyle and culture of its people and the local culture is brought to life in carnivals and festivals, such as the traditional celebrations of the bull in the Camargue marshes and the fishermen’s festivals at Gruissan, Sète and Bouzigues

The coastline of Languedoc-Roussillon stretches for 150 miles along the Mediterranean Sea from the Camargue to the Côte Vermeille and has some of the finest beaches in France. A mix of family holiday resorts; health spas and ancient fishing villages along with a warm climate and clear waters it is popular holiday destination.