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Conques Sur Orbiel,  Languedoc-Roussillon,  France
5 Bedroom Villa

This property was originally valued at 550,000 euros, but we have been realistic in our pricing. A Stunning villa set just outside the village of Conques Sur Orbiel. Built in 1968-70 as a two bedroom villa it was seriously enlarged in the late 1980's and then again during the 90's. This is a lot of house which opens up as you walk through it. Set along a private road with only 8 houses two of which are the original 16th century water mills. surrounded by vineyards and pasture fields.


Sahorre,  Languedoc-Roussillon,  France
14 Bedroom Detached House with Annexe

Beau Vallon sits on the edge of two nature reserves on the foothills of the Massif du Canigou. A popular area for walkers, culture lovers and fun seeking children. In the heart of Catalonia this property is at the centre of a rich and fascinating cultural history going beyond the 9th century AD.


Cuxac-Cabardès,  Languedoc-Roussillon,  France
4 Bedroom End of Terrace House with Land

€140,000 Four bedroomed, end of terraced house together with a plot of land (may be sold separately) in Cuxac-Cabardès, Languedoc-Roussillon. Located in a sought after, picturesque village in Montagne Noire, 20 minutes from Carcassonne, close to all amenities and having a friendly international community.


Agde,  Languedoc-Roussillon,  France
3 Bedroom Apartment

Modern Apartment in Agde - South of France. 2 miles from Mediterranean. 3rd floor ( top ) apartment with fantastic views overlooking the River Herault. 15 minutes from Agde-Beziers airport and 10 minutes to safe sandy beaches.


Joch,  Languedoc-Roussillon,  France
4 Bedroom Detached House

This delightful, luxurious modern home is all about commanding the spectacular views and enjoying a four season sunny aspect. Veranda, and decking area each having their own aspects.

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The region of Languedoc-Roussillon extends over 125 miles of coast between the Pyrenees and the mouth of the Rhone. It has plenty to offer, including France's oldest vineyards, precipitous Cathar fortresses, atmospheric old towns and endless beaches. The two provinces that form the region, Languedoc and Roussillon, comprise the departements Lozere, Gard, Herault, Aude and Pyrenees-Orientales. The capital is Montpellier. The most northerly departement, Lozere - otherwise known as Cevennes - is the most sparsely populated part of France. The precipitous fortresses in the Corbiere Mountains, built in the 10th - 11th centuries as part of a belt of defences against Aragon, were then used as havens by the Cathars (Albigensians) in the 13th century. The swampy coastline, sprinkled with numerous lagoons (etangs), originally had few seaside resorts. Not until after 1963 did the transformation of the whole west coast of the Golfe du Lion begin: marshes were drained, beaches opened, old towns like Sete, Agde and Perpignan were expanded and dozens of holiday settlements were built. The oldest and best known, is Grande Motte, opened in 1974 and was followed by many more, such as Port Barcares, Port Leucate, Gruissan, Cap d'Agde and Port Camargue.

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