Languedoc and Roussillon are two very different areas with their own distinct charms. Home to a quarter of all the vineyards in France, the wine producing regions of the Languedoc are largely located on coastal plains, while the vines of Roussillon grow perched on cliffs or tucked at the foot of sprawling hills.
From the sparkling Blanquette de Limoux to the Cotes du Roussillon rose, the wines here are as diverse as the landscape. Let us book you on a unique cellar tour or arrange for one to come to you: we can send a sommelier to your luxury villa in Languedoc-Roussillon. Tasting French tipples on your own poolside terrace has to be the ultimate way to enjoy these fine vintages.
Languedoc-Roussillon is not just for wine connoisseurs, though. Step back in time with a visit to the former Roman cities of Nimes and Carcassonne, offering rare insight into a bygone era. Due to its historic importance as a trading outpost, Carcassonne is home to striking fortifications, built up successively over time to produce a magnificent and atmospheric monument.
With such diverse terrain, Languedoc-Roussillon also offers fertile ground for outdoor activities too. Head out hiking or mountain biking along the region’s many wooded trails, or discover the glory of its white-sand beaches with a book and a cocktail. After a day of exploration, you’ll find it remarkably easy to sink into your villa’s cushioned lounger as the sun disappears slowly behind the horizon.