Domaine & Demeure

 

What to see

Vibrant fishing villages, endless beaches, rolling vineyards and olive groves fringed with Cypress. Medieval castles perched on snow capped mountains, thriving market towns and forgotten hamlets.

 

 

What to do

The Languedoc boasts an unrivalled diversity of leisure options: laze on the beach or partake in every imaginable water sport. Explore historic cities – Roman, Medieval and Renaissance – with their internationally recognized cultural attractions. While away the days hiking or on horseback, fishing or hunting. Wander antique markets to rival those anywhere in Europe. Discover superb cuisine and world-class local wines in simple bistros and Michelin starred gastronomic palaces…

 

Climate

The Languedoc enjoys a perfect Mediterranean climate with over 300 days of sunshine annually, mild short winters and long hot summers.

 

Access

Easy to reach, with superb motorway and high speed rail links, six international airports connect the Languedoc to every major European city and many smaller ones via scheduled and low-cost carriers.

Easy to reach, with superb motorway and high speed rail links, six interna8onal airports connect the Languedoc to every major European city and many smaller ones via scheduled and low-cost carriers.