"Languedoc, The Cinderella of the south was once overshadowed by gorgeous Provence and the brash Côte d’Azur. Now, she stands as their equal, displaying a discreet charm that her more-visited siblings lost long ago” … Lonely Planet
GASTRONOMY | PRODUCTS | SPECIALTIES
- Truffles (the black diamond – the Tuber Melanosporum)
- Olive oil and the “Lucques” green table olives of the Languedoc-Roussillon.
- PDO Cheeses; Roquefort | Rocamadour | Bleu de Causses | Pélardon
- Agneau Allaiton de l’Averyron
- Picpoul de Pinet Wine
- La Clape Wine; the largest PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) conservation area.
- Blanquette de Limoux; PDO
PDO (Protected Designation of Origin)
- Oysters and Mussels production parks and tables.
- Boat stroll.
- Medieval Cities.
- Most beautiful villages and Towns of France.
- UNESCO World heritage sites.
TOWNS | CITIES | HERITAGE
- Gruissan; the fishing village and the Pond of Gruissan.
- Gruissan salt mines.
- The pond of Thau (L’étang de Thau)
- Massif de la Clape
- Carcassone and its fortress, an UNESCO World Heritage Site; A medieval city with its first walls built in Gallo-Roman Times.
- Canal du Midi (or Canal royal en Languedoc): An UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996. The Canal connects the Garonne to the Mediterranean Sea with its starting point in Toulouse and ending point in the Etang de Thau. Founder: Paul Riquet.
ART OF EATING AND TASTING ACTIVITIES
- Truffles hunting in Argeliers
- Truffles cooking workshop and exquisite tasting experience.
- Oysters and mussels culinary workshop.
- Oysters, mussels and Picpoul de Pinet tasting experience with the farmers in a countryside setting overlooking the pond of Thau.
- An unparalleled dinner experience in the BIG BUFFET OF NARBONNE (Les Grands Buffets de Narbonne).
- Gastronomic dinner with food and wine pairing at the Château.
- Gastronomic dinner in a destination restaurant in Bézier concocted by a MOF Chef (Meilleur Ouvrier de France).