An overview of some fabulous tourist spots to visit
Minerve Minerve is ranked among the ” most beautiful villages in France “. The territory “Minerve City, Gorges of the Cesse and Brian” is engaged in a process to obtain the label ” ®Grand Site de France “.
The Cité of Carcassonne has the finest remains of medieval fortifications in Europe.
Olonzac Every tuesday a local market in Olonzac is very famous among tourists. It opens at 09:00 until 12:30.
In a natural setting enjoy a quiet place with its beach and shady pine forest, near the Port Minervois (Homps) along the Canal du Midi.
Béziers is a city located in the Languedoc-Roussillon region, in the Hérault department. Béziers is known as one of the oldest cities in France.
Gruissan Plage, close to Narbonne is a beautiful wide open strip of flat sand. But Gruissan has more…
Narbonne Plage is a resort on the southern (Mediterranean) coast of France in the Aude department.
The Montagne Noire (Occitan: Montanha Negra, known as the Black Mountains in English) is a mountain range in central southern France.
Albi is an integral part of French history as the scene of the ‘Albigensian Crusade’, a term used to describe the crusade against the Cathar heresy in the province of Languedoc.
You will visit the giant chasm in peace from a walkway in the belvedere. The scenery and the play of light make it an exceptional site.
Located just twenty minutes north of the famous “Cité de Carcassonne”, the Grotte de Limousis is halfway between the “Gouffre Giant Cabrespine” and “castles Lastours”.
The Fonseranes locks, or the Fonseranes lock ladder, are a set of eight locks contiguous (eightfold lock), located in Béziers (Hérault)
Oppidum d’Ensérune is an archaeological site located on a mountain in the French municipality of Nissan-lez-Enserune, in the department of Hérault.
Lastours and its four castles invite you to discover its exceptional heritage just 20 minutes from Carcassonne.
The pic de Nore (Occitan: Nòra) at 1211 metres is the highest point in the Montagne Noire
The Sainte-Marie de Fontfroide abbey was founded in 1093. The monastery complex is located in a quiet valley in the Languedoc, southwest of Narbonne.
Situated between Narbonne and Perpignan, the Réserve Africaine de Sigean houses more than 3,800 animals on more than 300 hectares.
Gorges de Galamus is a beautiful gorge carved by the river Agly, on the border of the departments of Aude and Pyrénées-Orientales.
Cap d’Agde is a seaside resort with 14 km of beach east of Béziers in the French department of Hérault. It is part of the municipality of Agde.
Mediterranean shellfish farming was born in Sète in 1875. The absence of tides in the Mediterranean has imposed specific techniques: suspension breeding achieved through “tables” made of rails supporting sleepers and crossed poles.
The Cirque de Mourèze is known for its special rock formations. It’s a hiking experience!
Lac du Salagou is a 700-hectare reservoir of the Salagou River near the towns of Clermont-l’Hérault and Liausson.
Saint Guilhem le Désert is located in Occitania in the south of France. The village has a long history and one of the most beautiful in France.
The Cirque de Navacelles is a large cauldron that lies at the southern edge of the Massif Central