Bordering Spain’s Catalonia and the Mediterranean Sea, Languedoc offers a patchwork of landscapes and sites. While some parts of Languedoc cannot be experienced in the winter—unless you trade your bike for skis—others can be explored all year-round.
Whether Roman or medieval such as Pont-du-Gard or Carcassonne; whether inland or on the coast such as Saint-Guilhem-du-Desert or Sete, sites abound in Languedoc. Some have been deemed so exceptional that they’re been declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites. This includes the Canal du Midi which links Sete to Toulouse. With a traffic-free bikeway along, it is the ideal way to explore this area. As you will see from our Languedoc regional page, we offer quite a selection of trips in Languedoc.
France is a fabulous place to visit all year round – after all, it is the world’s most popular vacation destination. But every December, it becomes a downright winter wonderland! From the famous boulevards of Paris to the smallest hilltop village, the French pull out all the stops to produce their unique brand of Christmas Read more…»
Quick list of noticeable events taking place in France in 2013. The list includes sport and cultural events.