Explore romantic vineyards, art galleries and ancient abbeys. Cathar castles and the Parc Naturel Régional du Haut-Languedoc…
In Marseillan’s countryside, along the Orb valley, vineyards and garrigue blend with rocky canyons and ancient viaducts to create spectacular scenery.
It is here that you can go fly fishing in the crystalline water of the river. Hikers and walkers can follow the coast’s trails to explore fishing villages and oyster farms around Étang de Thau.
The Languedoc boasts some of the most high-regarded and most diverse landscapes of Europe.
The area boasts a network of more than 7000 kilometers of pathways, horse riding tracks and marked trails through a varied relief.
For a dramatic change of scenery, drift off towards the Parc Naturel Régional du Haut-Languedoc, a paradisiacal site to walk, ride horses and ponies, cycle or canoe.
You can also climb the Hundred Waterfalls of The Héric Gorges or get acquainted with caving and wild water rafting.
A number of themed routes embrace both historical sites and monuments, like Cathar Castles and Terra Vinea or the medieval stronghold of Carcassonne and La Voie Domitienne, one of the oldest Roman roads – still incredibly preserved. Mountain biking, discoveries of wine cellars…
The possibilities are simply infinite.