On the mediterranean coast and bordering Spain in the South West of France, Languedoc Roussillon has a warm medditeranean climate. From the Pyrenees to the Rhone delta the region is filled with historical sites such as the roman amphitheatre in Nimes, the fortress at Carcassone and the 2000 year old Pont du Gard aqueduct, the highest bridge ever built by the romans. The region is also home to the Cervennes national park, the 2nd largest national park in France, so there are plenty of outdoor ctivities on offer. The fabulous coastline of long sandy beaches is a big draw for many and it's easy to understand why. Popular coastal resorts include the Cap D'Agde, Argelès sur Mer and Narbonne Plage. Watersports enthusiastes will be well catered for with a variety of activities available such as sailing and windsurfing. The Languedoc Roussillon is ideal for an adventurous, fun or relaxing holiday in the sun.