The Region—Languedoc

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caunes Caunes Minervois
pezenas Pezenas Great market. Great history. Great wine. Great buildings.
languedoc map The Languedoc Region
carcassonne Carcassonne
toulouse Toulouse possesses a sumptuous heritage of historic buildings, many of which now house museums and rare art collections.
wine Discover the wines of the Minervois and Corbières in the vineyards of this beautiful land.
beziers Regional History
agde Nestling on the Mediterranean coast, Le Cap D'Agde is ideally situated on the Herault coastline, at the heart of a region boasting a wealth of nature, culture and architecture:the Languedoc Roussillon.
languedoc Another good tourism page for the Languedoc Roussillon region
beziers An English language tourist site for Beziers
monpellier Montpellier: Capital of Languedoc-Roussillon, Montpellier has been at the crossroads of various Mediterranean cultures since its foundation. Continuing a rich tradition oriented towards arts and science and technology, Montpellier retains its good and relaxed lifestyle.
nimes Between Provence, the Camargue and the Cevennes, Nimes the Roman accomodates you and offers its two thousands years of history.
crusade Of the key elements in the history of this region, the Albigensian Crusade —1203-1226—is written large. Find out about it here.