On the Western side of the Rhone lies the wild and rugged Languedoc Region. Over 200 kilometers of long, low sandy coastline stretching around the Golfe du Lion. The coast alternates between wide open areas left to Mother Nature with occasional urbanized zones. The area is little known except to the French population who visit the nearby Narbonne and Montepellier.
The Lagoon Landscapes, make way for long sandy beaches and the Rugged coast of Cóte Vermeille. Fishing Villages bathed in History and a number of warm local Sea Resorts can be found along the coast living in harmony with the natural environment.
The Petite Carmargue area is the land of Wild Horses, Sandy Beaches and Lagoons. It is a land of strong native traditions and vineyards. The Phocean Greeks from Marseille and later the Romans utilized these ports and established small colonies.
Montpellier is the Capital of the Septimanie Languedoc-Roussillon. Romanesque and Gothic Churches, ancient sites to visit, offering a multitude of locations to explore and visit. La Grande-Motte and le Cap d´Agde with their innovative architecture are full of life in the summer season.