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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.



Sete (Venice of the Languedoc)

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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


Berkshire RG10 8DD, UK

Telephone: +44 (0)118 940 6599

Fax: +44 (0)118 940 6756


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