Tag Archives: South of France
7 Mar

LANGUEDOC Roussillon : find a warm and festive atmosphere between land and sea

Languedoc-Roussillon is a French region composed of five departments. It is bordered to the south by Spain, Andorra and the Mediterranean Sea.
In a protected environment, where sea and mountains are at proximity, Languedoc-Roussillon reveals its natural assets.
Mountaineers, skiers, hikers, or simply lovers of wild nature, summer and winter, all outdoors leisure are possible.

The sun throughout the year and a big amount of water forme that amazing landscapes, from the highlands interspersed with ravines and canyons to the beaches and sand dunes, Languedoc Roussillon offer this paradise from 0 to 3,000 meters for the athletes both beginners and more experienced.

Enjoy all the water sports that offers the Mediterranean coastal sailing or offshore, racing, cruising, fishing, windsurfing, kite surfing, scuba diving, sailing, there is something for everybody …
For enthusiast of surf,  Gruissan and the Massif of la Clape wish you all year round a great welcome!

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The architecture, the beautiful landscapes and the cultural heritage of this region: Pont du Gard, the Canal du Midi, Walled City of Carcassonne, roads to Saint Jacques de Compostela, Vauban fortresses. These symbols of the past, World Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO, are an invitation to pilgrimage, whether cultural, religious or tourist.
Gastronomy is the anchor in the tradition and spirit of the region …
Olive oil, fish, fruit and vegetables, Languedoc-Roussillon offers a delicious and healthy cuisine, colourful dishes of the Garrigue.
Good products Languedoc-Roussillon have given life to countless recipes that will amaze your taste buds!

A degustation local product is essential, many cheeses are from the

regions, so you can discover the nature of Roquefort without forgetting the local wines.

Do not hesitate and come quickly discover a beautiful region of France; the warm South and all these treasures to discover will charm you.





20 Feb


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Saint-Tropez, the famous fishing village in the South of France, combines the charm and friendliness of a Provencal village with its attractive places to international fame. Indeed, the famous city of the “French Riviera” Saint-Tropez is invested every summer by the jet-setters and celebrities around the world, becoming “the place to be” for the relaxation of his days and its nights fever.

Here is a list of things to do during your stay in St. Tropez…

Wandering in the old Saint-Tropez: Sink into the narrow streets of the old city centre to admire the earthy typically Provençal houses and play boules on the famous Place des Lices, or enjoy its typical market on Tuesdays and Saturdays. place des lices

Visit the Museum of the Annunciation: being originally a chapel, it is now an art gallery with works by Matisse and Signac, among others. This is one of the best galleries in France for the period neo-impressionist.

Enjoy a relaxing time on the beach: Saint-Tropez has many beautiful beaches, but the most famous is the sandy beach of the Bay of Pampelonne. pampelonne

The peninsula of Saint Tropez also offers a variety of water sports: swimming, sailing, jet ski rides, water skiing, parasailing, scuba diving for all levels… and there is also the possibility to play golf.

But also discover the nightlife of St. Tropez, from sunset at dawn Saint-Tropez, the capital of the night and the parties continues to dance, punctuated by its lively evenings.