Holiday gites in Languedoc and the Cevennes

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The South of France from the Rhone to the Spanish border ~ the Cevennes to the Pyrenees

Coastal departments of Languedoc

The South of France - b

Eastern Pyrenees, Languedoc Roussillon & Cevennes 

This part of Languedoc Roussillon comprises the following French departments:  
11 Aude,  30 Gard,  34 Hérault,  66 Pyrénées Orientales

Further north: click here for 12 Aveyron, 48 Lozere, 07 Ardèche

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Website auf deutsch    Website in nederlands    Enlaces en español.

    Latest additions
  • New!   Historic mill gites - 11      Restored 13th century small windmills with heated pool in extensive grounds. Grass tennis court within the grounds. 4 persons max per mill 
  • New!   Gite in the Corbières - 11      This village  gite for three in the sunny Corbières wine district, is near beaches, wild swimming, rivers and Heritage sites 
  • New!   Between Carcassonne & Pyrenees - 11      This spacious 3-bedroom Gite sleeps up to 6 and is ideal for families, couples or groups looking for a relaxing holiday or activity/skiing break

►► Gites - listed by department    (Departments are listed in random order)

11 Aude  - Main towns & cities:  Narbonne,  Carcassonne,  Limoux 

Aude and Pyrenees orientales departmentsAude and Pyrenees Orientales

66 Pyrénées Orientales - Eastern Pyrenees  - Main towns and cities:  Perpignan, Céret, Prades

30 Gard  - Main towns and cities:  Nimes, Alès, Le Vigan

Gard & Hérault departmentsGard and Hérault departments

34 Hérault -  Main towns & cities:   Montpellier, Béziers, Lodève, Sète

Self catering in northwest France Self catering in north east France Add your site
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This directory lists only selected self-catering holiday cottages, villas and B&Bs that come up to the Gitelink quality standards. Each site is the individual responsibility of the owner of the property, and contains a detailed and illustrated presentation of the gite and - in many cases - of the area in which it is situated. For bookings and  information please contact  the owners of the property concerned or book online, as appropriate. For some of the gites presented in this directory, booking must be made through Gites de France

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Traditional gites and holiday rentals in Languedoc

Gitelink lets you book directly with owners, avoiding the commissions and fees charged by many online holiday rental agencies. Click the links for full details and photos or each gite listed  listed 

Key to listings:

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Discover the Languedoc

The Languedoc-Roussillon region, capital Montpellier, stretches from the Rhone to the Spanish border, and is one of the most popular tourist regions in France. Most of the population of Languedoc is concentrated on the flat coastal plain and the low hill country behind it. With the exception of the Aude corridor, the whole region is bordered inland by medium to high mountains, including the Pyrenees, the Montagne Noire and the Cévennes.
   The coastal strip is famed as the most productive wine-growing area in France; the hills inland begin as arid Mediterranean hinterland and rise to well watered uplands, notably the department of the Lozère (for gites in the Lozère, see Southern Massif Central).
    There are plenty of gites in the Languedoc region, including many gites ith English-speaking owners. As a coastal Mediterranean region, the Languedoc has seen a large influx of emigrants from northern Europe, including Britons, Dutch and Germans who have bought up cottages in this region and opened up gites, notably in villages on the Languedoc plain, in the foothills of the eastern Pyrenees,  and in the rolling hills of the Aude between the coast and Carcassonne.

More information
Brief guide to Languedoc Roussillon and its tourist attractions

Gitelink Languedoc guide

Practical information 

Driving times for Languedoc :
10 to 12 hours from Calais or Lille under normal driving conditions.
Best access routes from the UK, Belgium or Holland:
Motorways via Dijon and Lyons, or Orleans and Clermont-Ferrand.

Languedoc regional airports:
Montpellier, Carcassonne, Nimes, Perpignan.
Peripheral airport: Marseilles.
Click here for details of low-cost flights to the south of France

Other guides and useful information
Driving to Languedoc
Nimes city guide
The Camargue
Guide to the wines of France 
General Information about France
Low cost car hire 

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