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Walking in the Languedoc

John Cross

Walking in the Languedoc

by John Cross

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Published by Cicerone in Milnthorpe [England] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Walking -- France -- Languedoc -- Guidebooks.,
  • Languedoc (France) -- Guidebooks.

  • Edition Notes

    Previous ed.: 2001.

    Statementby John Cross.
    GenreGuidebooks.
    SeriesA Cicerone guide
    The Physical Object
    Pagination155 p. :
    Number of Pages155
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23112287M
    ISBN 101852845236
    ISBN 109781852845230

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Walking in the Languedoc by John Cross Download PDF EPUB FB2

This guidebook details 32 walks in the Languedoc region of France, north of Beziers. Much of this area forms the Parc Naturel du Haut-Languedoc, at the heart of which is the stunning Espinouse massif, rising abruptly some m from the valley floor.

Close by is the valley of Lac du Salagou, an enormous man-made lake surrounded by impressive hills/5(6). Walking in the Languedoc: 32 Routes in Haute Languedoc (Cicerone Guide) Only 1 left in stock - order soon.

The Amazon Book Review Book recommendations, author interviews, editors' picks, and more. Read it now. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Author: John Cross.

This book is the fruit of 10 years' exploration of the central part of the Languedoc, and aims to provide walks into these areas for hikers of all standards; some are very straightforward, others are for the very fit and experienced.

All the walks described are circular/5(6). This book is the fruit of 10 years' exploration of the central part of the Languedoc, north of Beziers. Much of this area forms the Parc Naturel du Haut - Languedoc, at the heart of which is the stunning Espinouse massif, rising abruptly some m from the valley : Home > Explore The Region > Travel Information > Book Shop > Activity Guides: Walking, cycling and driving guides for Languedoc.

In this section of the shop, we've listed guide books on Languedoc that are more activty-focused. You'll find books on where to go cycling and walking and also the best driving routes within the region.

This guidebook details 31 walks in the Languedoc region of France, north of Beziers. Much of this area forms the Parc Naturel du Haut-Languedoc, at the heart of which is the stunning Espinouse massif, rising abruptly some m from the valley floor. Close by is the valley of Lac du Salagou, an enormous man-made lake surrounded by impressive hills/5(7).

Long-distance walking: You'll find no shortage of walks and rambling in Languedoc Roussillon, South France. There a quite a few 'official' long-distance walks that criss-cross the Languedoc region, so we've picked out what we feel are probably the 2 most famous.

The Languedoc’s river and lake beaches offer a lovely alternative to the coast, particularly on the traffic-heavy Saturdays in July and August. The beaches around the Thau lagoon- famous mainly for its oyster farming – are a nice alternative to the large sea beaches, with always-calm, and slightly warmer water – great for younger kids.

Walks in the Languedoc has 1, members. Walks in the Languedoc, maps and route information. Welcome to Languedoc-Roussillon Stretching from Provence to the Pyrenees, this sultry, sun-baked territory (now part of the greater Occitanie region) feels like a country in its own right. It’s been a strategic border since Roman times and is awash with historical reminders, from Roman aqueducts to hilltop Cathar castles.

This walk devoted to the discovery of Roman ruins will introduce you to two medieval Languedoc scrubland will bring you the fragrance of thyme and the landscapes will enchant photographers. Enjoy without moderation. Note: To help with orientation, "tricky" sections have been highlighted with blue dotted markers.

Futhermore, Stevenson’s walking in France can be considered as a catalyst for the whole back to nature and modern hiking sports and social genre. The Book relates Stevenson’s twelve-day, solo hiking trip through the thinly populated and impoverished areas of south central France and into the Cévennes.

Languedoc (/ ˌ l ɒ̃ ɡ (ə) ˈ d ɒ k /, French: [lɑ̃ɡ(ə)dɔk]; Occitan: Lengadòc [ˌleŋɡɔˈðɔ(k)]) is a former province of territory is now contained in the modern-day region of Occitanie in the south of France.

Its capital city was had an area of approximat Country: France. In the historic heart of a charming Languedoc village lies Chez Le Vigneron, a delightful home dating back to the 17th Century which has recently been beautifully renovated with style and usly a Maison de Vigneron, or a wine-growers house, this four-bedroom residence is set out over three floors overlooking a pretty courtyard where you can sip summer cocktails, enjoy.

Languedoc is a walker's paradise. Superb weather, gorgeous countryside and great food and wine make it an absolute pleasure to walk across.

So if you're keen to find a great walking or nature holiday in Languedoc, you're in luck. Three mountain ranges span the region, the Pyrénées, the Cévennes and the Black Mountains.

Located between the Cevennes mountains and the Mediterranean coast, the city of Nîmes is a fascinating place to discover the history of Languedoc-Roussillon on a walking tour. Founded by the ancient Romans, it is inextricably linked to the era of the Empire’s rule.

Best months for walking: generally March to June and September and October, but most of the walks described can be enjoyed throughout the winter months. The book covers a lot of ground; good walking/touring bases are suggested at the start of each tour.

12 car tours, 50 long and short walks, 33 picnic suggestions. An alternative way of searching is to use the Find a Walk tool. We would like to include a short article for each of the areas on these pages. If an area has no article and you can send us a few hundred words about the area, pointing out its key attractions and other useful information, we would greatly appreciate it.

The Languedoc experiences strong winds between and days a year. The northern wind from the mountains in central France, the Tramontane, is the most frequent. The word Cevennes provides an important clue to the landscape. We have been in the Map, Book and Travel Guide industries for more than 25 goal is to create an online website that is the equal of 'The Map Shop' you knew that was just around the corner for all those years.

We specialise in maps and books for 4WD, Rooftop Maps, Caravan, Camping, Topographical Maps, Fishing, Geological, Gold Prospecting, Motorcylce, Walking, History and. Languedoc: Walking with the Cathars Gabriella Le Breton considers the ascetic lifestyle of the Cathars on the ancient walking path of the Chemin des : Gabriella Le Breton.You will start by walking in Catalonia before heading up the coast and enjoying the walking in the Languedoc.

Starting in Catalonia which is vibrant and proud of its distinct culture where you will enjoy walking between the charming fishing villages that nestle along its coast.Providing 31 walks, this text covers the central part of the Languedoc, north of Beziers.

Much of this area forms the Parc Naturel du Haut-Languedoc, at the heart of which is the stunning Espinouse massif, rising abruptly some metres from the valley floor.

Close by is the valley of Lac du Salagou, an enormous man-made lake surrounded by hills.