Languedoc-Roussillon Homes For Sale
Spanning the Mediterranean coastline from the border of Spain to the Provence région, Languedoc-Roussillon is a long stretch of beautiful beaches, vineyards, and both natural and man-made historic monuments.
Bordered by Midi-Pyrénées to the west, Auvergne to the north, Rhône-Alpes to the northeast, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur to the east,
and the sparkling Mediterranean to the south, this is a dream destination for vacationers. With winters in the mountains and summers on the coast, the possibilities are endless.
While in Languedoc-Roussillon, don’t miss out on experiencing the Mediterranean cuisine or the wine from some of the oldest and largest wine producers in the world. If you love good weather, good food and friendly neighborhors, you'll love Languedoc-Roussillon real estate. Read more about Languedoc-Roussillon, FR.
Languedoc-Roussillon Property For Sale in France
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If you’re an aquatic fan, visit Pont du Gard, the historic Roman Aqueduct, or sail along the tree-lined Canal du Midi, originally built as a shortcut between the Atlantic and Mediterranean Sea for transporting goods. Both are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. If you’ve ever been interested in spelunking, you must visit La Grotte des Demoiselles (maiden’s grotto), a large limestone cave with many stalactites and stalagmites located in the Hérault Valley. With a funicular, concrete stairs, walkways with sturdy railings, and extensive electric lighting, this ancient cave has been made highly accessible to the public.
Départements: Aude, Gard, Hérault, Lozère, and Pyrénées-Orientales
Regional Culinary Specialties: Mediterranean fare made with wine, olive oil, vegetables, fish, cheeses, bread, and herbs.
Good to Know:
- The Canal du Midi runs from Toulouse to the Mediterranean port of Sète.
- Languedoc-Roussillon produces 1/3 of the grapes grown in all of France.
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