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The Gard department France

pont du gardThe capital of the Gard department, France, is the city of Nimes, which was an important Roman settlement built by soldiers under the Emperor Augustus. In the centre of Nimes, you can still see remnants of the Roman times, including the Maison Carrée (one of the best-preserved roman temples outside of Italy) and Les Arenes roman amphitheatre. But perhaps the most important Roman artefact, is the magnificent Pont du Gard aqueduct, that brought water from Uzes to Nimes.

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Cheap flights to Languedoc & South France in 2023

flights to languedocWith Ryanair and Easyjet still offering great deals on cheap flights to the Languedoc region in France, now is the time to plan your next holiday in the Languedoc. Here is the full summer 2023 schedule of cheap flights to the 6 low cost airports in Languedoc Roussillon (from the UK, Ireland and continental Europe).

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The Herault department, France

languedoc2The Hérault department, France, is named after the Hérault river. It was created in 1790 from part of the former province of Languedoc. Today, the Herault department is one of the fastest growing in France, with many Northern Europeans attracted by the Mediterranean climate, cheap house prices and relaxed way of life.

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Cheap flights to Carcassonne airport France 2023

carcassonne airportCarcassonne airport provides cheap flights to Languedoc and the South of France, mainly through Ryanair (from UK, Ireland & Netherlands), but also with Iberia to Alicante and Atlas to Algeria. The 2023 schedule of flights to Carcassonne airport continues the upward trend of passenger numbers to this busy French airport.

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The Lozere, France

cirque navacellesThe Lozère department, France, is named after Mont Lozère, and is situated on the southern tip of the Massif Central. This inland department was first created in 1790 after the French Revolution. Lozère is the northernmost part of the current Languedoc-Roussillon region and is surrounded by the departments of Cantal, Haute-Loire, Ardèche, Gard and Aveyron.

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Exceptional historical sites in Languedoc France

arles roman baths365The Languedoc is an amazing historical region of France to discover. It has more historic sites to explore than any other region of France outside of Paris. Within the Languedoc, there are 6 UNESCO World heritage sites, as well as numerous other tourist sites covering Palaeolithic cave paintings, Roman monuments, Cathar ruins, medieval hilltop villages and remnants from the early industrial age.

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