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Languedoc-Roussillon highlights

Carcassonne is an outstanding example of a fortified medieval town, with immense defensive walls encircling the castle and its surrounding buildings.
Argelès-sur-Mer is a typical medieval village with a Catalan twist, located at the foot of the Pyrenees amid vineyards, pine forests and sandy beaches.
Collioure is an unpretentious, distinctly Catalan fishing village nestled in a bay where the Pyrenees meets the sea.
Just by the Spanish border, Perpignan is one of the best places in the region to sample local food and wine.
Font-Romeu Ski Station
Font-Romeu Ski Resort offers exceptional views of the summits of the Pyrénées Mountain Range, which tower up to 2,900 metres high.
Montpellier, the cultural capital of the Languedoc-Roussillion Region,is one of France’s most buzzing, fastest-growing cities.
Cap d’Agde
Best known for its expansive naturist village, Cap d'Agde is a well-established seaside resort with every facility you could wish for.
One of the Languedoc’s smaller communes, Béziers is off most tourist agendas, offering a genuine taste of the region.
La Grande Motte
La Grande Motte is a distinctive seaside resort with pyramid-like buildings, innovatively designed to provide sea views from each and every floor.
Canet-en-Roussillon features an environmentally protected lake with a unique ecosystem and a mountainous backdrop.

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