Admires the fabled Roman aqueduct of the Pont du Gard in Nîmes – swims in the lagoons along the coast and stops off at the seaside towns of Sete, Maguelone and Agde – enjoys a glass of vin in the beautiful rural region of the Hérault; the most prolific wine-producing area in France – lets its hair down in the lively, fun-filled bars and clubs of Montpellier
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'In 1959, Leo Larguier of the Académie Goncourt wrote of Languedoc, "Talent has never flowered again, and the genius is forever dead." His obituary now seems premature: the dawn of the 21st century finds Montpellier one of the most dynamic and progressive cities in France, with Nimes nipping at its heels. The handsome cities of Narbonne, Béziers and Perpignan have rubbed the sleep from their eyes.'
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Book Description Cadogan Guides, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111860113923