The Pont du Gard © Tourisme Gard - S. Barbier Carcassonne, the Fortified City © OT Carcassonne-Javier The Canal du Midi © Patrice Thebault Languedoc-Mediterranean, the Land of Light Fresh Water & Sunshine: Stars of the South Read more © P.Palau Visit the Languedoc-Mediterranean, the Beautifully Intimate South of France Basking peacefully in the showcase of the Mediterranean crescent, the Languedoc Roussillon region offers visitors a warm, intimate and friendly taste of the south. Read more © Oltra - Eric Jondreville Naturist holidays in Languedoc-Roussillon As a couple, as a family, with friends, or on a solo trip, there are so many nature-filled activities in Languedoc! Read more © CRT Midi-Pyrénées / Dominique VIET Canal du Midi The Canal du Midi is a must-see attraction, classed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and considered one of the major works during the reign of Louis XIV. FROM CITY TO CITY Read more © Cécil Mathieu Visit Montpellier Montpellier, Mid-way between Spain and Italy, just seven kilometres from the Mediterranean. Read more © Photo Office de Tourisme de Nîmes Visit Nîmes, a Historic City in the South of France Nîmes invites you for a trip through time. Read more © OT Carcassonne / Paul Palau Visit Carcassonne Discover Carcassonne, a medieval city full of character, and its two listed UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Read more © OT Arles Visit Arles, a Roman-Era City Arles, located in the heart of Camargue's wild nature, is classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage of Humanity site. Read more © Bertrand Pichène Visit Perpignan Perpignan, the last big city before the Spanish border, is the capital of the Pyrenees Orientales department in the Languedoc-Roussillon region. Read more © Office de Tourisme du Cap d’Agde : O. Maynard Visit the Cap d'Agde, a Window on the Mediterranean Le Cap d’Agde offers a window onto the real, hidden and authentic South of France by the Mediterranean, and is part of a vine-clothed region that extends to Pézenas and the Val d’Hérault. Walk in the Sun Read more © Culturespaces / C.Recoura Visit the Amphitheatre of Nîmes, Maison Carrée & Tour Magne The Amphitheatre, the Maison Carrée and the Tour Magne... These three great monuments of Nîmes invite you to take a fascinating journey into Roman civilization. Read more The Camargue Known around the world for its pink flamingos, the Camargue is a diverse area of reed beds, sandy beaches and salt marshes. Read more Family activities on the Mediterranean coast Here are a few tips to make the most of your stay in family on the French seaside. On offer: nautical sports, cultural activities and discovery of the natural wonders. Colorful Wines & Dishes Read more © CIVL Gilles Deschamps The Languedoc vineyard From Nîmes to the borders of the Aude, the vineyards are spread across a sun-drenched land to the shores of the Mediterranean coast. Read more Cuisine of Languedoc-Roussillon Discover the cuisine of Languedoc-Roussillon Read more © OT d'Aix-en-Provence - Régis Cintas Flores Mediterranean Dishes Provencal cuisine, centered on olive oil, fish, fine herbs and sun-filled fruits and vegetables, has that naturally delicious holiday smell.