A historic and beautiful region, Languedoc- Roussillon is a cultural centre famous for its literary and musical heritage. Dominated by vineyards producing a range of superb wines, the landscapes are also varied, dramatic and ripe for exploration.
Visits include Saint-Guilhem-le-Desert, Millau Viaduct, Montpellier, Pézenas, Sète, Carcassonne, Narbonne, Aigues-Mortes and the Camargue.
Your base is Montpellier, an attractive and lively southern city with plenty of sights. Eating out here is an affordable delight with an excellent range of restaurants catering to most tastes and budgets, serving delicious regional cuisine.
The traditional four-star Oceania Montpellier is located in the heart of the city, offering a high standard of accommodation and service.
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