Villas in South of France in Languedoc

Villas in South of France in Languedoc

Languedoc is one of the most fascinating areas of Europe. The Mediterranean Sea borders Languedoc to the east and the Pyrenees Mountains to the south. It has a Mediterranean climate and thus has a moderate temperature all year round. It has an unusually rich wildlife, a surprising history and a magnificent coast for you to discover during your stay in our villas in the south of France in Languedoc. Some of the major attractions here include the beautiful mountain ranges, rivers, lakes, ancient towns, thermal springs, cathedrals and the famous castles. It has numerous world heritage sites that include the Carcassonne, the Pont de Gard, and the Canal du Midi. All our villas in south of France are located close to the main points interest. You can reach these sites easily by car or on foot. Choosing your holiday home from our range of self-catering villas in France gives you the opportunity to enjoy morning coffee on your own patio, shop in the local market for an evening around the barbecue, or take a dip in your private pool whenever you'd like.

Villas in France in Languedoc

Villas in France within easy reach of vineyards

Languedoc-Roussillon stretches from the western bank of the river Rhone to the Spanish border. You will find a number of vineyards and olive groves in this region which we would highly recommend visiting during your stay in our villas in south of France. On the coast of the Mediterranean Sea there are small bays, endless sandy beaches and beautiful lagoons. This region has 300 sunny days a year, so you can enjoy the best that this region has to offer all year round. Languedoc not only has wonderful beaches but also offers beautiful landscapes in the interior regions. You can see flocks of flamingos living on the lakes that also serve for breeding oysters. The lowland area of Languedoc tells us stories about the Romans who established vineyards and olive groves in this area. It also tells us about the monks who settled on these lands. NOVASOL's range of self-catering villas in south of France have all been carefully selected and offer the ideal base for exploring the very best that this region has to offer.

Enjoy the cuisine of Languedoc while staying in our villas in France

While you are here, you should taste the cuisine of Languedoc, which is filled with delicious produce of the typical of the Mediterranean area. Plenty of olive oil, garlic and herbs are used for preparing the local dishes. The menu is full of fresh oysters, clams, sea urchins and lovely other seafood. While staying in any of our French holiday homes, you can visit a local market to pick up produce so you can prepare a delicious meal at home or you can visit any of the nearest restaurants that serve typical regional cuisine. While tasting the local delicacies of this area, we recommend you to try the wine from Languedoc as an accompaniment. The surrounding mountains are known for their mushrooms, chestnuts, and sheep's' milk cheese. Most of our self-catering villas in France are situated by the sea near Sete and several kilometres inland, near Nimes. Gîtes to rent in France offer you the opportunity to enjoy a memorable and a relaxing holiday with NOVASOL.

Explore culture and cuisine from your cottage

Languedoc provides something for the eye, and the palate. Known and loved for its delicious cheese and the fantastic wine you drink with it, this region is particularly special for the gourmets amongst your family. When you drive through this beautiful part of France, you will see vineyards side by side with silvery olive groves and colourful sunflower fields. You'll easily see why so many artists have been inspired in this area. Languedoc has so many exciting culinary experiences in store for you during your stay in your chosen self-catering holiday villas in France. The region is also rich in historic monuments, majestic castles, and lively cities on the coast. Art and history lovers will enjoy Toulouse, Carcassonne and Montpellier, whilst nature lovers and outdoor activity buffs will be thrilled by activities in the Tarn River gorges, the caves of Hérault, as well as the Ardeche and Cevennes region.

Things to do in Languedoc

NOVASOL range of villas in France, including holiday rentals in Languedoc come in many varieties and sizes. Special holiday experiences happen when you have the freedom to arrange your stay. One of our self-catering villas in France will give you a safe and comfortable base for your family to enjoy activities in Languedoc. Stunning surroundings are only part of the attraction as outdoor activities include cycling, horse riding, caving, swimming, sailing, canoeing, scuba diving, flying and hang gliding to name just a few! Go sightseeing by visiting some of the historic cathedrals, churches and abbeys; Aigues Mortes, a spectacular medieval walled town; Coullioure on the Vermillion Coast with its palace, lots of art galleries and a templar fortress; and Sète, a famous and attractive fishing port. Perhaps rent a French cottage near Montpellier and enjoy regular festivals throughout the year.

Service - Why NOVASOL?

Holiday cottages in Languedoc from NOVASOL give you a different sort of holiday than you would have staying in a hotel. Holiday cottages provide a comfortable base from which to plan your adventures. Set your own pace with a holiday cottage in Languedoc from NOVASOL. Our selection is wide and varied. Languedoc holiday cottages range from smaller houses where a couple or a small family can enjoy themselves, all the way to large chateau like villas with room enough for a large family. Specify your criteria when you search online, and you will see a selection of holiday villas in France that match your wishes. We also have friendly and experienced consultants available to assist you in booking your perfect holiday home. With nearly 50 years' experience in providing holiday homes we are experts at providing excellent service, hand-picked holiday homes, and delivering what you ask for and what we promise.