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Luxury real estate in Languedoc Roussillon
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Luxury real estate in Languedoc Roussillon

Located in the heart of the Mediterranean arc, “Languedoc Roussillon” is beautiful and varied. It has a sunny and mild climate as well as natural parks and dynamic cities which offer a pleasant lifestyle. The area takes advantage from its unique Mediterranean location. The Languedoc-Roussillon area is characterized by its extreme variety and its rich quality of locations: the area offers more than 200 km of coast, a vast littoral plain from the “Rhône” to the “Pyrénées” with many historic cities, a renowned wine and olive tree culture, and mountains from the “Massif Central” in the north, to the “Pyrénées” in the south. With beautifully preserved countryside and a preserved littoral, Languedoc-Roussillon will amaze you with its cultural and historic wealth. The real estate market of Montpellier is particularly dynamic.



Let yourself be transported by the lifestyle and worldview of the people of Gard, steeped in a Roman past, and marked by its most spectacular Roman monuments. From the perfectly preserved Nîmes Arena, an amphitheater and venue with a capacity of 24,000 spectators, to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Pont du Gard, which connects the towns of Uzès and Nîmes. Immerse yourself in the mystical places of this department, the picturesque villages nestled in the heart of Provence, its renowned vineyards (AOC) of the Côtes du Rhône, its nature reserves, and the Cévennes, a natural grandiose setting offering a variety of incredible landscapes. Uzès seduces with its vestiges and represents a popular and ideal destination. Its calm and serenity are just as present as its jovial side, with its cultural events and festivals. The Bamboo Garden of Anduze in the Cévennes is a unique exotic garden in Europe that is worth a visit, as are the city's famous pottery workshops. Finally, to the south of Gard lies the charming fortified town of Aigues-Mortes and its wide ramparts, as well as the natural region of Camargue and Les Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, the capital of this area and a seaside resort in Provence.



From cathedral builders to avant-garde architects, Hérault offers a variety of religious and civil monuments. In the city and countryside, abbeys and cathedrals are juxtaposed with mansions and castles. In Pézenas, Molière is said to have performed at the Hôtel Alfonce. In Montpellier, Haussmannian buildings stand on the Place de la Comédie, not far from the Montpellier Opera. This young and student city, which has recently become Montpellier Méditerranée Métropole, has a strong potential as it is attracting more and more people due to its climate and the opportunities it offers. Hérault is also a welcoming department for the French Tech, particularly in Montpellier, where this dynamic and economic movement is proving to be a real booster for French startups.

The town of Agde, nicknamed "the black pearl of the Mediterranean" because of its monuments built of basaltic stone, has a long history. It has become one of the main marinas in the Mediterranean, the first tourist resort in Europe in terms of accommodation capacity, and enjoys an international reputation, including Cap d'Agde, which is renowned as a prime seaside resort and for its naturist camps. With its Bagnas National Nature Reserve, Mont Saint-Loup, walks in the heart of the vineyards or along the Canal du Midi... The whole territory of Cap d'Agde is extraordinary! A Mediterranean destination par excellence with its 14 km of beaches and 300 days of sunshine.

Along the seafront, La Grande Motte and Palavas-les-Flots are two pleasant Mediterranean resorts to live in during the winter and touristy in the summer. Sète is nicknamed the Little Venice of Languedoc-Roussillon with its fishing port and maritime port. The sea air of the city has inspired great writers, poets, singers such as Paul Valéry, Jean Vilar, Georges Brassens, as well as internationally renowned artists. Finally, the Hérault department is a wine-growing region with AOC Terrasses du Larzac, Picpoul de Pinet, Pic Saint Loup, Côtes du Roussillon.

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