Touristic attractions

Rich in a great diversity of landscapes and a remarkable heritage, the Occitanie region conceals innumerable wonders, whether natural, architectural, traditional or gastronomic.

Endowed not only with good sunshine but also with a privileged location in the heart of the South of France, Languedoc offers its visitors an infinite variety of discoveries.

The romantic Canal du Midi , the impressive Cirque de Navacelles, the authentic Cévennes massif, or the long sandy beaches of the Mediterranean (Valras, Cap d'Agde, Grande-Motte, Sète and Collioure "pearl of the Côte Vermeille "towards Spain), so popular with fans of idleness, really has something to enchant lovers of nature and outdoor activities!

In addition to all these natural resources conducive to the practice of sporting leisure activities such as hiking, kitesurfing and windsurfing to name a few, this magnificent region also conceals a formidable architectural and cultural heritage.

The attractive towns such as Pézenas, city ​​of art and history, Carcassonne and its imposing fortifications, Millau and its famous viaduct, Narbonne and its archbishops' palace, Nîmes and its Roman remains, Perpignan and its Mallorca palace bear witness to this. .

While traveling the region, lovers of old stones and history will also be able to appreciate the presence of beautiful villages such as Lagrasse, Minerve, St Guilhem-le-Desert, majestic Cathar castles such as those of Lastours, Peyrepertuse, Puilaurens and Quéribus, but also high places of cave art such as the cave of Niaux and other natural sites, the cave of Clamouse, the cave of the Demoiselles or the Lake of Salagou.

Traditional festivals, colorful and flavorful markets, and famous gastronomic specialties such as cassoulet, cod brandade, Corbières wine, Limoux blanquette, pélardon and Cévennes honey, Sète tiel, the oysters of the Thau pond, make Languedoc a high place of conviviality and good eating.

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