Occitanie

The most attractive region of France with an exceptional heritage.
Front of the Capitole in Toulouse (Capitole square)The greater Occitania - Pyrenees Mediterranean region includes the former Midi-Pyrénées and Languedoc-Roussillon regions. The Occitanie region redraws the contours of the most attractive territory of France.

Toulouse , a large city in the south-west of France, the second largest university city in France , aeronautical capital, is a dynamic metropolis. All brick, tile and light, the pink city, is dedicated to the worship of arts , science and research . Sport is also in the spotlight, especially rugby with the stadium Toulouse.

The Gers : land of d'Artagnan and musketeers, this department offers hilly and luminous landscapes, flavors and sounds of character. It is the charm of the festivities with the feria de Vic Fezansac and regional products with Armagnac, the floc de Gascogne and foie gras.

The Pyrenees , mountain range of south-west Europe: they extend in length in an east-west direction over a distance of approximately 430 kilometers. Between France and Spain, the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, the Pyrenees is the mass of contrasts . From unspoilt villages to the most modern ski resorts , from all types of skiing to thermal fitness .

Montpellier: Prefecture of the department of Hérault, economic and cultural capital of the former Languedoc-Roussillon region, Montpellier is a balancing pole of the Occitanie region . Located 10 km from the Mediterranean Sea and on a major axis of communication linking Spain to the West to Italy in the East, Montpellier is, by its population, the 7th city of France and the 3rd largest city in France. the Mediterranean axis behind Marseille and Nice. For nearly 30 years, Montpellier has experienced one of the strongest economic and demographic growth in the country . Its living environment, its Mediterranean climate and its cultural life explain in part this craze for the second most populated city of Occitanie just after Toulouse. With 70,000 students , Montpellier is the city with the most students per capita, just after Poitiers.

Nîmes : City of Art and History , Prefecture of Gard, second city of the former Languedoc-Roussillon region with an agglomeration of 240 000 inhabitants, is located between the Mediterranean and the Cévennes, at the gateway to the Camargue. Thus, the " French Rome " with its prestigious monuments: the Arena , the Maison Carrée or Pont du Gard (between Nîmes and Uzès) is also the French capital of bullfighting . The Jardin de La Fontaine and the wonderful mansions along the quay bearing the same name attest to the richness and dynamism of this historic Protestant fief.

The Lot , land of wine : after Cahors, the Lot valley widens, the cliffs give way to terraces: this is where the Cahors wines, appreciated since the Middle Ages by the kings and nobles. On the limestone slopes of the hills around Montcuq , the vineyard of the hillsides of Quercy found its place, not forgetting the wines of the Lot, including the one grown around Rocamadour The large region of Occitanie – Pyrénées Méditerranée includes the former Midi-Pyrénées and Languedoc-Roussillon regions. The Occitanie region is redefining the contours of France’s most attractive territory.

Toulouse, a major city in southwestern France, France’s second university city and the aeronautical capital, is a dynamic metropolis. All brick, tile and light, the “pink city” is dedicated to the artsscience and research. Sport is also in the spotlight, particularly rugby thanks to the Toulouse stadium.

Le Gers: land of d’Artagnan and the Musketeers, this department offers hilly and bright landscapes, as well as characterful flavours and sounds: Charming festivities including the Vic Fezansac feria, and regional products such as ArmagnacFloc de Gascogne and foie gras.

The Pyrenees, a mountain range in south-western Europe, extend in an east-west direction over a distance of approximately 430 kilometres. Between France and Spain, the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, the Pyrenees are a massif full of contrasts. From well-preserved villages to the most modern ski resorts, and from all kinds of mountain sports to relaxing thermal water spas.

Montpellier: Prefecture of the department of Hérault, economic and cultural capital of the former Languedoc-Roussillon region, Montpellier is a pillar of stability in the Occitanie region. Located 10 km from the Mediterranean Sea and on a major communication route linking Spain to the west and Italy to the east, Montpellier is the 7th largest city in France by population and the 3rd French city on the Mediterranean axis behind Marseille and Nice. For nearly 30 years now, Montpellier has continued to experience some of the strongest economic and demographic growth in the country. The lifestyle, Mediterranean climate and cultural offerings partly explain this enthusiasm for the 2nd most populated city in Occitanie after Toulouse. With 70,000 students, Montpellier is the city with the highest number of students per inhabitant after Poitiers.

Nîmes – a city of art and history, the prefecture of the Gard department, and the second city of the former Languedoc-Roussillon region with a population of 240,000 residents – is located between the Mediterranean and the Cévennes, at the gateway to the Camargue. Thus, “French Rome” with its prestigious monuments: the arena, the Maison Carrée or the Pont du Gard (between Nîmes and Uzès), is also the French capital of bullfighting. The Jardin de La Fontaine and the wonderful private mansions along the quay of the same name attest to the richness and ancient dynamism of this historic Protestant stronghold.

The Lotland of wines: after Cahors, the Lot valley widens, the cliffs give way to terraces; this is where the wines of Cahors flourish, appreciated by kings and noblemen since the Middle Ages. On the limestone slopes of the hills around Montcuq, the vineyards of the Quercy hills have found their place, not to mention the wines of the Lot region, including the one grown around Rocamadour.Dovecote in a field

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