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Rentals in Languedoc-Roussillon - The marriage of the Mediterranean climate and ancestral massifs
Entertainment between sea and mountains
The uniqueness of the region lies on the one hand in its rugged terrain of the massifs to the south of the department and its impressive ravines dug by the torrents that are to be observed in the Gard.
Top 5 sites to see in Languedoc-Roussillon
1. The castle of Carcassonne. The castle and ramparts of the city of Carcassonne} are an opportunity for a family walk during your stay. Fans of the Middle Ages and more generally of history have the opportunity to enter the basilica of Saint Nazaire and Saint Celse, for example, and contemplate the Narbonnaise gate, the main entrance to the city.
2. The arenas of Nîmes. It is in your best interest to make a stopover at Nîmes to see this historic monument with your own eyes. The building has been remarkably well preserved, it can be visited from the inside but can also be discovered by attending one of the shows held there each year
3. The cave of the Demoiselles. This library of geological time provides the public with a truly unique experience. It is a pleasure to explore this natural cavity and to contemplate without tiring the giant stalactites and stalagmites, which blend in with other elements such as calcite flows.
4. The Pont du Gard. The visit of this Roman aqueduct bridge is an essential stopover during a stay in the Languedoc-Roussillon region. This masterpiece of engineering consists of three floors and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985.
5. The Grau-du-Roi aquarium. More than 200 marine species live together in the different aquariums. Brown grouper, porcupine fish, green moray eel or seahorse: the tropical space amazes children and adults alike. The most popular fish among the public are found in the sharkarium, which houses the impressive but harmless bull shark.