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Bellegarde Du Razes,  Languedoc-Roussillon,  France
5 Bedroom Detached House Gite

Le Pech is a modern house in immaculate condition in a charming village, with the potential for family residence, retirement, letting, holiday home or a sound investment. One of its main attractions is its "lock up and leave" feature.


Malves En Minervois,  Languedoc-Roussillon,  France
4 Bedroom Villa Multiple Outbuildings

4 bedroom villa with mezzanine built in 1982 about 12 km north-east of Carcassonne. Living area 180m2 comprising 8 main rooms, plus integral garage and boiler room. Terracotta tiles on majority of living area floor. Underfloor heating, low temperature gas fired condensing boiler. Solar panels for hot water.


Calvisson,  Languedoc-Roussillon,  France
2 Bedroom Stone House

A converted stable, completed in 2006, a house for all seasons with outdoor terraces, a log burner and underfloor heating. The two bedrooms are on the ground floor, perfect for when returning from holiday with suitcases.There is an en-suite to the main bedroom with full length bath, huge shower, heated towel rail, hidden toilet and vanity basin.


Rodome,  Languedoc-Roussillon,  France
2 Bedroom Chalet Land

At the heart of the Sault plateau, 1h30 from Carcassonne, 30 minutes from Quillan, 2 hours from Narbonne, on the edge of a village: small, at 1000m alt, lovely cottage perched IN TREE, renovated in 2008 and regularly maintained , WS exposed, mountain view, open kitchen to living room with wood stove Godin (all stay 30m2 kitchen), 2 bedrooms of ...

property in Portiragnes

Portiragnes,  Languedoc-Roussillon,  France
3 Bedroom End of Terrace House

Very pretty 3 bed house with garage, balcony & air con. with shared swimming pool. Fully furnished to a high standard. All contents including 42in TV dvd player 2 other tv,s vacuum cleaner dish washer tumble dryer, you won,t even have to buy a spoon, golf clubs & bikes,. Small maintenance free gardens. Unobstructed views to the Med.

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The region of Languedoc-Roussillon extends over 125 miles of coast between the Pyrenees and the mouth of the Rhone. It has plenty to offer, including France's oldest vineyards, precipitous Cathar fortresses, atmospheric old towns and endless beaches. The two provinces that form the region, Languedoc and Roussillon, comprise the departements Lozere, Gard, Herault, Aude and Pyrenees-Orientales. The capital is Montpellier. The most northerly departement, Lozere - otherwise known as Cevennes - is the most sparsely populated part of France. The precipitous fortresses in the Corbiere Mountains, built in the 10th - 11th centuries as part of a belt of defences against Aragon, were then used as havens by the Cathars (Albigensians) in the 13th century. The swampy coastline, sprinkled with numerous lagoons (etangs), originally had few seaside resorts. Not until after 1963 did the transformation of the whole west coast of the Golfe du Lion begin: marshes were drained, beaches opened, old towns like Sete, Agde and Perpignan were expanded and dozens of holiday settlements of greater and lesser degrees of nastiness were built. The oldest and best known, is Grande Motte, opened in 1974 and was followed by many more, such as Port Barcares, Port Leucate, Gruissan, Cap d'Agde and Port Camargue.


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