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Venturing out from Béziers to Cap d’Agde is a must for families as the Aqualand Water Park is great fun for all the family. It’s set in a landscaped park next to the sea and houses numerous water slides, a huge wave pool and play areas for young children.
Carcasonne: Parc Australien, a five hectare park and a great day out for children. Divided up into different areas that includes boomerang, Aborigine, and Ostrich. You can meet kangaroos, wallabies and emus. Go panning for gold in the gold digger zone or throw a boomerang in the boomerang zone. In the Aboriginal camp you can see didgeridoo demonstrations and view the various cultural exhibitions. There is a picnic area and a special nursery where children can see close up, baby kangaroos, emus and newly hatched ostrich chicks.
Wet day? Then a trip to the Haribo sweets museum will fill the kids with sugar and boundless energy.
The Sigean African Game Reserve is not too far away with lions, giraffes and much more
Cap d'Agde is a lively resort next to the historic town of Agde. The most astonishing part of the 9 mile stretch of beach is La Grande Conque, which has black sands due to the lava from the extinct volcano of Mont Saint-Loup. It’s a popular place for families with its water parks and lively entertainment.
Book a horse-riding trip for you and your family or friends with one of Carmague's traditional cowboy’s.
Visit the City Of Birds (Cité des Oiseaux) which is also in Carcassonne where you can see pelicans, birds of prey, parrots and watch them all take part in a fascinating show.
The beaches of La Grande-Motte are characterised by its1960s architecture and this is one of the few areas in France that enable you to spend your holidays without needing a car due to the 12 miles of footpaths and cycle tracks running to every corner of the resort.
Languedoc-Roussillon is actually the largest wine-producing region in the world, and it offers an array of wine-related activities like tasting/degustation workshops, cellar tours, child-friendly vineyard tours or even a professional wine education course.