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Aude Villas and Vacation Rentals

The departement of Aude includes the towns of Perpignan, and Narbonne, as well as the historic citadel of Carcassone. Like much of Languedoc-Roussillon, this area has a distinct Spanish flavor.   Continue >

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    Save $683 Photo of Beautiful villa in the South of France in Limoux on the River
    • min $3,789/wk
    • max $6,826/wk
    • min $3,410/wk
    • max $6,143/wk
    • Min Stay: 7 days
    Sleeps 8 people
    • 4 double bedrooms
    • 4 bathrooms
    • Independent House
    • Swimming Pool
    • Washing Machine
    • Air Conditioning
    ** Save up to $683 when you book by Dec-20-2018**
    " This property is totally unique and makes for an amazing experience. All the architecture, the design and execution of the renovations, and the ease of using kitch..." - Barbara
    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 Dec-20-2018**
    " 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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      Show all 5 Villas and Houses for Rent in Languedoc-Roussillon

      Perpignan, the capital of Rousillon, has a strong Catalan identity; in the summer, residents dance the Sardana twice weekly, an important Catalan tradition. Interesting city sights in Perpignan include the Palais des Rois de Majorque and Loge de Mer. Narbonne is an excellent destination for lovers of wine and antiquity alike. Not only can you visit many of the many countryside wineries, but you can also see the Horreum, a network of 1st century underground granaries and grain chutes that date back to Narbonne's origins as a Roman province. Situated above the Aude River, Carcassone is a beautiful walled medieval town that was originally settled in the 2nd century BC. Restored in the 19th century, the town is incredibly well-preserved. View our French rental villas and apartments in Aude..