LANGUEDOC IN PHOTOS
Stretching lazily along the Mediterranean from the Cote d’Azur to the Spanish border, the Languedoc retains all of the authentic charm and timeless appeal of the South of France. Boasting one of the most varied and exciting wine regions in the world, the region also hosts beautiful sandy beaches, superb national parks, buzzy cities and towns, superb cuisine, a fascinating history and plenty of culture.
CLIMATE & WEATHER
The Languedoc enjoys a perfect Mediterranean climate with mild short winters and long hot summers. Reliably one of the sunniest regions in France, with over 300 days of sunshine a year, you’re very likely to get good weather – even in winter. Autumn and spring mostly see warm days and cool evenings, with occasional rain – but it never lasts long.
WHAT TO SEE & DO
Vibrant market towns and fishing villages, endless beaches, rolling vineyards and olive groves fringed with Cypress. Medieval castles perched on snow-capped mountains and forgotten hamlets, St Pierre de Serjac is situated in the heart of the Languedoc – the quintessential South of France.