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Languedoc-Roussillon offers vast sandy beaches with warm waters and gently sloping sands, making them perfect for sunshine breaks, and particularly those who love watersports.
The Languedoc covers the Mediterranean coast from the Camargue to Spain and the locals consider themselves more Catalan than French. In recent years a string of lively, modern resorts such as Cap d’Agde have been developed along the coastline. Inland, life has remained unchanged for generations, and you can enjoy the unspoilt beauty of the landscape dotted with sleepy villages, vineyards and river gorges with secluded beaches and caves. The ancient walled city of Carcassonne, and Béziers with its beautiful old quarter, are within easy driving distance of the coast as are Spanish Catalonia and the Pyrénées.
Gorges de Laval - A day out enjoying the excellent walking country around this gorge in the Pyrénéen foothills can be combined with a swim in one of the rock pools around Sorède.
Perpignan - The capital of the region and home of the French Catalan people. The city is rich in museums, and Catalan is still spoken in the Old Quarter.
Collioure - A delightful old fishing port close to the Spanish border, with cobbled streets and a 17th century château.
Villefranche de Conflent - A fortified town dating from the 11th century with ramparts along which you can walk, and surrounded by steep cliffs.
Carcassonne - A perfectly restored medieval fortress city, with two miles of ramparts and splendid views over the surrounding area from its watch towers.
St Guilhem-le-Désert - This small mountain village is steeped in religious history. The nearby Lac du Salagou of Pézenas makes a pleasant alternative to the sea.
Canal du Midi - Take a half day-cruise along this peaceful poplar-lined canal running from Toulouse to Marseillan.
Béziers - The wine producing capital of Languedoc, with an imposing cathedral overlooking the River Orb.
The Camargue - An unspoilt landscape at the Rhone Delta, famous as the home to white horses, pink flamingos and black bulls and now a national nature reserve.
Étang de Thau - A vast salt lake just behind Sète and an important centre for oyster and mussel farming.
Sète - Known as the French Venice and built on a network of canals. There are excellent seafood restaurants along the harbour.
Aqualand - An exciting American-style waterpark at Cap d’Agde near Vias.
Scuba-diving - Experience the thrill of underwater diving at Camping La Sirène, Hippocampe or Bois du Valmarie.
Sailing - Learn to sail or windsurf at the Club Carabasse beach club, at Vias.