About the Languedoc

The Languedoc borders the Provence to the east and Spain to the west, and is the most authentic stretch of French Mediterranean coastline. It contains the famous Canal du Midi that connects the Mediterranean sea to the Atlantic. In addition to its many inland villages, chateaux and market towns, the Languedoc is also famed for its regional capital, Carcassonne, which plays host to one of Europe’s oldest surviving medieval castles:

languedoc carcassonne city

 

Languedoc Food & Wine:

The region boasts the largest number of vineyards in the country. Additionally, it produces truffles, oysters, foie gras and countless other gastronomical delights.

Skiing & Tax-Free Shopping:

The Midi, as the locals refer to it, is also home to the Pyrenees range of mountains, with its laid-back ski resorts. The tax-free shopping in Andorra is an attraction for those who love big brands at a discount.

About the Authors:

Languedoc Villas is a family-owned business based in the heart of the Corbieres. Our website serves as a dedicated resource for listing exceptional quality and/or quirky private villas for rent.