Our Languedoc Roussillon Holiday Travel Guide has plenty of helpful holiday information on what to see and do whilst on holiday in the South of France.
Languedoc Roussillon has 150 miles of sun-soaked Mediterranean coastline and some of the finest beaches in France so you’ll be able to enjoy every kind of watersport activity or just relax and sunbathe.
Away from the coast, wildlife abounds in the national parks and reserves of the Camargue and Cevennes.
Enjoy the vibrancy of Montpellier, and fascinating Carcassonne - the largest fortified town in Europe - looks magical coloured red with the glow of a setting sun.
Further south, the Catalan city of Perpignan is dominated by the Palace of the Kings of Majorca. The old quarter has narrow streets and palm-lined squares and offers visitors an array of Catalan textiles and ceramics for purchase.
Of course, Languedoc Roussillon also has a great wine heritage – perfect if you’re planning on some wine-tasting whilst here..
There are 5 departments in the Languedoc-Rousillon region:
For further travel information about holiday destinations, the Languedoc-Rousillon Regional Tourist Board can be contacted at:
Languedoc-Roussillon Tourist Board
954, Avenue Jean Mermoz
34960 Montpellier Cedex 2
Tel: (00 33) 467 64 47 48