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Holiday Property Languedoc France – Holiday Home Rentals in Languedoc
There are so many interesting places to visit in the Languedoc. They include:
- Montpellier - the regional capital and a fine university city with many 17th and 18th century houses, boulevards, parks and gardens.
- Narbonne - founded by the Romans, is a busy centre for the wine trade with good shopping.
- Sete - the largest Mediterranean fishing port on the coast of France and has many excellent fish restaurants.
The region is well known for its production of wine. Wine has been produced in Languedoc for more than 2000 years. The Greeks, and later the Romans, established colonies to produce wine and oil here.
In general the Languedoc climate is Mediterranean, with hot dry summers, rainy winters, and moderate springs and autumns. You can expect to get 300 days of sunshine a year in the Languedoc, but the region covers a large area, and for various reasons the weather can vary considerably within its borders.
Getting to the region could not be easier. Ryanair now fly every day from Stansted to Carcassonne, Montpellier, Nîmes and Perpignan. British Airways flies from Gatwick to Montpellier. There is also the TGV, which whizzes from Paris to Montpellier in three hours.
Are you searching for a holiday rental in Languedoc? With so much to see and do and fabulous weather for most of the year, it is no wonder people flock to Languedoc year on year for their annual vacation. Languedoc is host to an endless list of activities, both in and out of the water, thus making it perfect for families with children of all ages.
Low cost airlines offer regular daily flights making the Languedoc and the South very accessible, without the need for long uncomfortable car journeys.
With rental prices comparatively lower than Languedoc’s neighbour Provence, this region still has a lot to offer with its unspoilt coastline and wonderful countryside.
The website currently advertises over 500 holiday homes in Languedoc Roussillon. Prices start at around €60 per room per night for bed and breakfast and around €450+ a week for a 1 bedroom self-catering property sleeping 2 to 4 people.
Property for Sale in Languedoc Roussillon, France
Are you searching for a holiday home in Languedoc? The days of super cheap Languedoc property are long gone. Encouraged by television holiday programmes and newspaper articles, foreigners have been buying up property, and pushing up prices. A fantastic bargain in the Languedoc-Roussillon is almost unheard of now.
Some types of property you can expect to find in the Languedoc include: a villa, a Ferme (small farm), a Mas and a Grange (barn conversion).
The Gard and Hérault are still about 35% cheaper than parts of Provence. Go further west towards Carcassonne in Aude and property prices get considerably lower. You can still buy a small village house without a garden for £50,000.
There are over 40 properties for sale in Languedoc Roussillon, which are advertised on the website. With the list changing regularly you are sure to find something to suit all tastes.