Languedoc & Roussillon

Nature in Languedoc & Roussillon

The Camargue

The Camargue

One of the most picturesque locations in southwest France, this untamed marshland region is home to a wealth of flora and fauna including the famous white horses, pink flamingos and black bulls. The perfect place to get away from it all.

Grotte de Demoiselles

Grotte de Demoiselles, Parc Régional du Haut Langudedoc

The stalagmites in the Cave of the Maidens are said to resemble young girls dancing. We’ll let you be the judge of that as you chuff past on the charming little funicular train.

Étang de Thau

Étang de Thau, Sète

This vast (20km) lagoon of pure, clear water produces some of the delicious farmed mussels and oysters in France. Try some for yourself if you don’t believe us