Things to See and Do

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Here are some of our favourite things to do while on holiday in the South of France.

We've tried to cover all age groups and interests and included activities for young children, teenagers, parents and grand-parents so everyone can have a good time. There's something for everyone here whether it be visiting museums and medieval villages or laser shooting and bopping at the hottest nightclub in town!
  • The Roman Amphitheatre in Arles


    Arles is a wonderful town to visit and makes for a great holiday base due to its closeness to the Camargue National Park. But the most striking feature of Arles is without a doubt its impressive UNESCO collection of intact Roman heritage ...

  • View on Pont Vieux and St. Nazaire in Beziers


    The cliff overlooking the River Orb, with its spectacular view of and from the cathedral, has been occupied for 2700 years making Béziers one of the oldest towns in the whole of France. The centre of the town is the Allée Paul Riquet, ...

  • Stunning view on UNESCO site of Carcassonne


    Carcassonne is one of Languedoc's "must-see" attractions. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it was restored in 1853 by Eugène Viollet-le-Duc. Carcassonne is more than just a castle that's been rebuilt; it is an entire early-medieval world covering ...

  • Beautiful view on the bay of Collioure with Pyrenees in the background


    Recognized by its rocky coastline and 3 beaches, Collioure is a wonderful place to visit. It is famous for its salted anchovies and Catalan influence, and is full of beach side restaurants, cobble-stoned streets, independent shops and art galleries, ...

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    A visit to Pézenas is a 'must' on any Languedoc itinerary - the town sees itself as the focal point of a 'Land of Art and History'. A well-preserved medieval town, Pézenas has a myriad of artisanale shops hidden away up narrow, winding alleyways ...

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    St. Chinian

    If you approach St Chinian from Béziers via Cébazan, you'll be treated to a splendid trip over the hills and a breathtaking view of the upper Orb valley. From there, descend the long hill into the town, passing the excellent wine cave, ...