A large part of central southern France, Languedoc includes much of the wild, dramatic Cevennes national park, seventy miles of fashionable coastline, vast areas dedicated to wine-making, and centres of population steeped in colourful history and good living. We have a varied selection of luxury holiday homes and villas in the Languedoc ranging from stunning modern designer homes to charming country houses. Languedoc's spotless Mediterranean shoreline attracts visitors more interested in quality of life, than in the ostentation of the neighbouring Riviera. Hot dry summers, Greek and Cathar ruins, plentiful fresh oysters, olives and Camargue rice draw cultural and culinary connoisseurs, and even naturists are all part of your villa holiday in Languedoc. Languedoc drew the Romans too; an astonishingly intact amphitheatre and temple at Nimes are unrivalled outside Italy. Everywhere in Languedoc, the marks of determined campaigns and their warriors' faith are alive in the architecture and atmosphere. Seasonal jousting, falconry and celebration bring Carcassonne's incomparable walled city to vibrant life. Wine is central to Languedoc fortunes, often showing greater output than the entire USA. Vacationing among vineyards is blissful indulgence, but wine in Languedoc is the way of life and raison d'etre.
Situated at the entrance of a tranquil Languedoc village and just a five-minute drive from shops and restaurants in nearby St Laurent, Maison du Gard is a charming, traditional stone-built village house with lots of character, ideally positioned to explore Uzes, Avignon, the Aqueduct of Pont du Gard and other famous landmarks of the region.
Southern France villa with pool - Tucked away in a residential area at the edge of Alignan-du-Vent, within walking distance of the village shops, cafes and weekly market, this beautifully maintained family villa lies at the very heart of the Languedoc-Roussillon, a region of Southern France renowned for its vineyards, Medieval towns and long sandy beaches.
Newly restored town villa, situated 800 metres from the town and beaches of Collioure. Villa Catalane is a wonderful family property at the foot of the Alberes mountains just a few miles from the Spanish border.
Elegant country villa with pool in rural Languedoc - Set very close to the village of Belveze in Languedoc, this beautiful villa enjoys far reaching views over the snow-capped Pyrenees and the surrounding vineyards.
Languedoc holiday villa with pool –halfway between the Mediterranean sea and the Cevennes national park, this lovely tranquil property is the perfect place to unwind. Set on a hillside and surrounded by 10 acres of woods, Le Domaine Joli is close to picturesque villages as well as to towns such as Montpellier, Nimes, Arles, Aigues Mortes and Uzes.
A family villa with heated pool and tennis court in South West France, Minervois sits in 12 acres of land in the region of Languedoc known as the Black Mountains. On the edge of the hilltop village of Lespinassiere, the villa enjoys a forest backdrop.
To the south of Montpellier, between the sea and garrigue (woodland), the Chateau Saint Martin has been recently renovated by a famous international architect with a combination of history, contemporary elements and designer furniture.
Mountain and beach holiday in one; this wonderful, 19th century renovated farmhouse is set in a small hamlet, with a delightful walled garden surrounded by vines, orchards and fabulous views over the Pyrenees, just 10 minutes from the Mediterranean coast at Canet-en-Roussillon.
Beautifully restored, 180 year old country house set in 300 acres of unspoilt countryside. An idyllic country retreat for those who want to holiday off the beaten track; plunge into the natural basin fed by a stream that flows through a deep limestone gorge.
This luxury Provence villa was built in 1840 on land formerly owned by the Duchy of Uzes. The Domaine des Anges is an elegant vila set around a wonderful garden courtyard in the midst of vineyards and fields of wheat and sunflowers, yet is just 10 minutes' walk to the local village of Montaren.
Languedoc's invaluable asset is its scenery. The River Tarn's progress through a wilderness of canyons and gorges is a marvel of nature, and the high Cevennes peaks make thrilling touring. The famous, soaring Millau Viaduct sets 21st century engineering against this unforgettable region's timeless backdrop. If you are looking to reserve a luxury holiday villa in Languedoc please contact us and we will help you choose the perfect property for you. Alternatively, simply scroll up and choose your perfect holiday home from our superb selection of Languedoc villas above.