Discover the rich gastronomy of the Languedoc-Roussillon
Languedoc-Roussillon's heritage and gastronomy dates back to the time of the Romans, and the know-how has been passed on and developed over the centuries ever since.
Meander through the numerous medieval towns, discover the Roman monuments and remains, admire the Pyrenees mountain range, or relax along the Canal du Midi. The diversity of the landscape and the secrets that it beholds will enchant all lovers of nature and history.
On the gastronomy side of things, set out to discover France's largest wine-growing region, and surprise your taste buds with the scope of culinary delights from dishes such as cassoulet to oysters, grilled fresh sardines and other seafood. The wines from Languedoc-Roussillon also go well with strong cheeses such as Roquefort or Bleu de Causses.