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B&B accommodations in the Languedoc

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Touring the Languedoc – a very good and very local website

Abbaye de Fontfroid

Carcassonne could be the best preserved medieval city in France

Canal du Midi – take a walk or rent a boat (see a list of boat rental companies on the “Click Here” page of France resources at the top of the page)

Montpelier – a shopper’s paradise

Narbonne – The Cathedral, The canal, the Roman Ruins and great wine shopping

Nimes – one of the best preserved Roman Amphitheaters in the world


Classic dishes include cassoulet (beans and meat casserole), tapenade (olive paste), wild boar stewconfit de canard (duck cooked in duck fat)bourride (fish stew with aioli garlic mayonaise). The Languedoc is also the home to a good truffle harvest and some of the tastiest oysters in France.

The Languedoc is one of the largest wine growing regions of France and until recently these syrah based wines were also the most affordable. They’ve gone up in price recently because they’ve gotten a wide international recognition. However, there are still many of them to be had for less than €10 and they are worth looking at. Our favorites (reds) are from Corbieres, Minervois, Coteaux de Languedoc and Faugeres.

Wines of Languedoc Roussillon