Languedoc borders the sparkling blue Mediterranean Sea to the east and the breathtaking Pyrenees Mountains to the south. It also benefits from an exceptional climate. The area is one of the most popular regions of France for holiday makers and there are many things to see and do.
As well as a stunning stretch of coastline the area also has areas of lush greenery and places of historical interest. Ancient cities, beautiful lakes, thermal springs and stunning chateaux are just some of the attractions.
Sports are also plentiful both on land and water. Sailing, fishing, golf, cycling and horse riding are just a few of the many activities on offer.
There are many holiday parks in Languedoc including Cala Gogo which is large and lively site with a rather cosmopolitan feel. Located near the foothills of the Pyrenees the park has a stunning backdrop and is packed with facilities including three swimming pools.
Domaine De La Yole is another of our favourite parks in the area. Popular with families who have younger children, the site has several unique features including a farm which will delight the little ones. There is also a large pool complex and range of kids clubs as well as several places to eat and drink.