Languedoc

Languedoc

  • The Canal du Midi, completed in 1681 connected the Garonne to the Mediterranean Sea - considered to be one of the greatest construction works of the 17th century.
  • The Via Domitia, constructed in 118 BC, was a Roman road which traversed the Languedoc to link Rome and Spain
  • The Languedoc-Roussillon wine region is France’s largest wine producing region
  • The economic center is Montpellier
  • As for food specialties, think oysters from the Etang de Thau, a glass of crisp Picpoul de Pinet, and olive tapenade, amongst many others
  • The staple cheeses are Roquefort and Pèlardon Climate: Mediterranean - mild winters, dry summers, moderate springs and falls
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