The Languedoc region is the oldest and largest wine-growing area in the world, but it is also one of the most historically interesting regions in Europe. Of 37 “Grand sites de France” areas protected for their natural beauty or historical significance, 10 are located in Languedoc.
Lessor known amongst cyclists (but that is quickly changing) Languedoc is a landscape of contrasts – boasting coastline and mountains, ancient history and lively contemporary market towns full of gastronomic delights and culture.
The region has recently been named in the top 5 of Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel for 2018. With glorious countryside dotted with vineyards and fortified towns, Mediterranean coast and delicious food, it’s surprising the southern French region has not been in the spotlight before. Read more about why you should visit our region of Languedoc.