Occitanie - Sud de France

  • Canal du Midi (C©G.Deschamps)
  • Falaise de Leucate (C©G.Deschamps)
  • Vineyards around Villeneuve des Corbieres (C©G. Deschamps)
  • Banyuls vineyards
  • Carcassonne Frero de Lavega (C©G.Deschamps)
  • Sérignan Beach (C©G. Deschamps)
  • Carcassonne (C©G.Deschamps)
  • Nimes (credit ©A. Cougnenc)

Unspoilt countryside and wide open spaces, a Mediterranean coast stretching 200 km long, Pyrenees and Cevennes mountains, 300 sunny days a year, dynamic cities, beautiful villages of character and historical attractions, rivers and canals, vineyards and towns in the colors so typical of the South of France : Occitanie / Sud de France is all about discovery, exploration, new experiences and the human touch.

Famous for its gastronomy, friendly and endearing, this region takes up much of Southwestern France between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean.

Top tourist destinations in Occitanie / Sud de France : The Pont du Gard Aqueduct, the medieval city of Carcassonne, the Cirque de Gavarnie, Lourdes, Rocamadour, Nîmes… Occitanie / Sud de France has acquired an international reputation thanks to its major tourist attractions.

Toulouse, the capital of the region, is the home of Airbus and the town where you can see life in pink! 

The perfect outdoor holiday destination, Occitanie / Sud de France is a region of vast horizons, unspoilt resources and landscapes of a beauty that will stay with you for ever.

Home to a plethora of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Occitanie / Sud de France is notable for its exceptional cultural heritage.

If you're into hiking, biking, white water sports, skiing or any other outdoor activity, then Occitanie / Sud de France is the place to come. The diverse landscapes, beautiful countryside and quality facilities and services on offer here are your passport to an unforgettable holiday.

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