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Just a short drive will take you to 20kms of unspoilt golden sandy beach; or explore the ancient Greek port of Agde or discover Sète, the Venice of the Languedoc, you can choose between lingering in one of the many canal-side restaurants, or climbing to the heights of Mont St Clair, for an amazing view as far as the Costa Brava. With the largest fishing fleet in the Med, and a regular port of call for cruise liners, Sete has a unique atmosphere, with a variety of artistic and cultural pursuits to enjoy as well. alternatively just relax and take it easy with a stroll along the Canal du Midi.

 

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Sete (Venice of the Languedoc)

pont du gard

Pont du Gard

And there's so much more to discover. Historical towns like Pezenas, - wander on foot around Molière's historic Pézenas. The Crusaders' Aigues Mort and St Guilhem le Desert , the Pont du Gard in Nimes and cosmopolitan Montpellier. 

Scenic driving routes for whole day explorations - punctuated by degustations of the wonderful local wines - picnics by streams, or join the locals at the weekend at one of the many extensive marches aux puces - flea markets - where you may just find the bargain of a lifetime!

 

Further afield the birdlife of the Camargue, the spectacular Cévennes, the exhilarating white-water gorges of the Haut-Languedoc, the fairytale citadel of Carcassonne. Barcelona is also only a three hour drive away, even less to the Provencal towns of Avignon and Arles..

Aigues Mortes

Aigues Mortes

Paul and Becky Worthington

97 High Street

Wargrave

Berkshire RG10 8DD, UK

Telephone: +44 (0)118 940 6599

Fax: +44 (0)118 940 6756

Email: p_worthington@btinternet.com

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