Monday, January 11, 2010
Languedoc Roussillon in Southern France
The historic town of Lodeve, situated in the scenic Languedoc Roussillon region of southern France and only 30 minutes from the cosmopolitan city of Montpellier, offers bed and breakfast travelers cultural attractions such as the Cathedral of St. Fulcran and the Musee Fleury, markets and numerous events, such as Bastille Day. The natural scenery around Lodeve offers much to see and do whether by car, on foot, bicycle or horseback. The beaches are half an hour away. The Lac du Salagou offers water sports of all kinds and there are several amazing caves and delightful vineyards. Nearby bed and breakfast travelers can explore many picturesque villages including St Guilhem le Desert, Lacoste and Soubes, and historic sites like the fortified village of La Couvertoirade, Le Prieure Saint-Michel de Grandmont, a monastery and Le Pont du Diable, the oldest medieval bridge in France.