Occitania is a very vast region. Second region of metropolitan France in terms of surface area (72,700 km2), it is crossed by the Deux Mers canal, which brings together the Canal du Midi built by Paul Riquet in the 17th century, and the lateral canal of the Garonne.
The Canal du Midi is an emblematic construction of the region, which, when one passes along it, allows the discovery of sumptuous landscapes and incredible diversity.
The geographical location of Occitanie with a lot of sunshine, the climate and its proximity to the sea, but not only. Indeed, Occitania, it is also medium and high mountains which overhang the hinterland Languedocien. Authentic medieval villages can be discovered in the Hérault Valley, such as Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert for example.
The region is rich in 8 sites classified by UNESCO as well as 4,500 historical monuments, but also 2 National Parks, 1 Marine Natural Park and 6 Regional Natural Parks. In addition, the richness of its many traditions and regional specificities in several areas make it an exceptional territory for discovery.