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France Villas in Languedoc-Roussillon

A land of vineyards, fishing towns, and beach resorts, Languedoc-Roussillon is the single largest producer of wine in France. While its main cities are modern and cosmopolitan, its rural villages remain steeped in Old World tradition.   Continue >

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    Save $251 Photo of Villa near Nimes with Castle Views
    • min $1,051/wk
    • max $2,507/wk
    • min $946/wk
    • max $2,256/wk
    • Min Stay: 7 days
    Sleeps 7 to 8 people
    • 1 single bedrooms
    • 3 double bedrooms
    • 2 bathrooms
    • Independent House
    • Swimming Pool
    • Washing Machine
    • Maid Service
    ** Save up to $251 when you book by Apr-30-2019**
    " Tranquil, restorative stay at a lovely property in a beautiful part of France...." - Jo
    Save $686 Photo of French Farmhouse in Languedoc Located at Entrance of a Charming Village
    • min $3,081/wk
    • max $6,861/wk
    • min $2,773/wk
    • max $6,175/wk
    • Min Stay: 7 days
    Sleeps 10 to 15 people
    • 1 single bedrooms
    • 5 double bedrooms
    • 5 bathrooms
    • Independent House
    • Swimming Pool
    • Washing Machine
    • Maid Service
    ** Save up to $686 when you book by Apr-30-2019**
    Save $550 Photo of Rustic Castle with Breathtaking Countryside Views
    • min $3,800/wk
    • max $5,500/wk
    • min $3,420/wk
    • max $4,950/wk
    • Min Stay: 7 days
    Sleeps 12 people
    • 6 double bedrooms
    • 5 bathrooms
    • Independent House
    • Swimming Pool
    • Washing Machine
    ** Save up to $550 when you book by Apr-30-2019**
    " We had a group of 9 friends who stayed for a week. We had a very pleasant stay in a quaint town...." - Judy
     
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      This is the area which produced magnificent troubadour poetry from the tenth through twelfth centuries, in the language of "d'Oc," the regional tongue. To preserve their cultural heritage, the Languedoc's Occitan and the Roussillans' Catalan languages are still taught in schools today. Visitors to this area can ramble through Roman ruins or take advantage of the hiking and skiing opportunities in the Haut Languedoc or Cerdagne..