The Languedoc-Roussillon region is in the south of France, along the Mediterranean coast between the Pyrenees in the south and the Cevennes National Park in the north.
Whatever you are looking for and whatever the season you will enjoy our region.
Our selection of places What to see, to do, to taste…
with the help of the website Francethisway.com
Within 30 minutes from Néffiès :
PEZENAS City of art and culture.
Pezenas has a nice attractive old town, with narrow streets to explore as well as houses from the 16th to 18th centuries. The town is also famous for its antique and handycraft shops. You will also wander through the old town to find a restaurants with local food and wine.
Visit the Valmagne Abbay built during the XIII century, and then taste their wine or lissen to a concert..
The Mourèze cirque and Salagou Lake
The Cirque is an extensive natural amphitheatre of hard upright rocks. Several trails lead through the cirque, taking between one hour and three hours.
The Salagou Lake A large blue lake surrounded with red-orange earth and green; vine yards. A famous place for water sports, cycling and walking.
Within 60 minutes from Néffiès….
CARROUX natural park
A fresh place where you can walk, climb, bath and ride canoë on the Orb river. Visit the typical village of Olargues, or the méditerranéen garden at Roquebrun and don’t forget to taste there a glass of Saint Chinian wine.
Saint Guilhem le Désert.
The village and his abbey are an Unesco world heritage site. Set between steep cliffs, it’s a rest place on the Saint Jacques pilgrimage route.
Then have a walk trough the cool cave of Clamouse and gaze at his aragonit jewelry!
Sète: “L île singuliere” set between Mediterranean Sea and Thau lagoon.
the low town with its canals and bridges facing the fishing port,
then climb the Mont Saint Clair hill for the sight view from Camargue to Pyrénées.
Do not miss to enjoy a jazz or word music concert at the wonderful “Théâtre de la mer”.
L’Etang de Thau.
Along the lagoon rest at Marseillan,
a quite languedoc traditional village, Taste the famous Balaruc’s oysters,
or visit the Loupian’s Roman villa.
Béziers and the canal du Midi.
Wander through the old Streets, from the cathedral to the Paul Riquet’s esplanade, admiring the architecture all over the centuries.
Near the town are the Fontseranes seven Canal locks on the canal du midi
Montpellier a young and attractive city.
Walk from the Place de la comedie, the main square to discover several tourist attractions: Squares, Gardens Monuments and muséums all over 1000 years…
Maguelone, the cathedral set on and island, near the beaches
Within 1h-1h30 From Néffiès
Narbonne city, The FontFroide abbey, Gruissan village.
Narbonne first roman colony in Gaule has an attractive old Center around the cathedral.
Nearby visit the Fontfroide Abbey with his monuments and quiete pine Forest. Reach Gruissan, set between the sea and the lagoon, walk through the streets of the town center that forms concentrics circles around the castle. Climb trough the Clapes’s massif to the point of view at Notre Dame des Ausils
and then rest and relax on large sand beaches.
Le Caussse et le Larzac.
Walk through High altitude plateaus and watch as far as your eyes can see, the gorges and rock formations. There are numerous small villages scattered throughout the region. The most attractive are Peyre, close to Roquefort and his famous chees, and La couvertoirade, and the Navacelles cirque.
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Carcassonne. A medieval city with two miles of concentric double walls and 52 52towers!
National park in the Rhône delta. 900square kilometres of salt flats, lakes and marshes. Arles, explore the famous Roman monuments, museums.
Don’t miss an amazing art and music experience at Carrieres-lumières.
Aigues-Mortes a medieval town surrounded with high defensive walls.
The Cathar castles
Built during the XIIIth century the are placed on craggy cliff tops and occupied by the Cathars to protect against the crusade. Queribus and Peyrepertuse are the most two important castles for visitors.
Perpignan and the french Catalogne
The charming medieval center of Perpignan,
and the fisherman’s village of Collioure are two spots you may visit in the french Catalogne.
The Rivesaltes’s camp and the Elne’s maternity ward
Migrants, and duty of assistance…
A painful trip trough the history of the 20th century….
and a incredible marvellous human story!