Camping Holidays in Languedoc & Roussillon

History of Languedoc & Roussillon

Abbaye de Valmagne

Abbaye de Valmagne

The former wealth of this abbey can be seen in its wonderful architecture and formal gardens.

It also produces its own wine – the ideal accompaniment to a meal in the abbey’s organic restaurant.

Béziers

Béziers

Set in the heart of Cathar countryside, this medieval town with its imposing cathedral has a rich and bloody history.

Pont du Gard

Pont du Gard

You cannot fail to be impressed by this feat of manpower and ingenuity. Almost 2000 years old and over 48 metres high, this aqueduct once conveyed millions of gallons of water to the citizens of Nîmes every day.

St-Guilhem-le-Désert

St-Guilhem-le-Désert

This pretty mountain town takes its name from Guilhem, one of the greatest warriors at the court of Charlemagne and is steeped in religious history.

Explore the square, abbey and museum, and the steep cobbled streets where ancient tiled houses spill onto the banks of the river.