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As with the rest of the Mediterranean, water sports feature heavily along this coastline. Equipment can be hired for water skiing, sailing, windsurfing, fun boarding, scuba diving, sand yachting, kite flying, sea kayaking and jet skiing. There are many schools along the coastline that offer lessons for beginners and intermediate level. Some are proficient on both French and English so it’s best to check first that your lesson is going to be in the language that you want! Further inland there is canoeing, river kayaking and white water rafting.
The Languedoc is a cyclist’s paradise. From flat canal banks to undulating vineyards and steep mountain roads cyclists can follow various routes. Mountain bikers can get off the beaten track and into trails through the vineyards or mountains. Family cyclists can also enjoy the splendours of the area with well kept Voie Verte trails along quiet tracks or canal banks. There are 8 Voie Verte (national green cycle paths) that take in this wonderful region. There are a number of classic cycle routes in the Languedoc that are easy to follow but top of the list is the magnificent Canal du Midi. This is the 240km trail that links Toulouse to the little port of Marseillan on the Mediterranean coast. You don’t have to cycle all of it, just choose the parts that you think you’d like to see. Cycling along the canal shaded by trees and passing the canal boats is a popular and beautiful way to enjoy the Canal due Midi.