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The Herault Times : the monthly English language magazine for the Herault region
Marvellous Provence : The Insider's Guide to the Most Beautiful Corner of France
All the freshest news and features about Provence, updated two to three times a week.
Languedoc-Midi. info is designed to be the easiest and most direct way of finding people and businesses that YOU need during your time in the area.
www.languedocjelly.comLanguedoc Jelly is for anyone inte
rested in coworking in France to gather more information on Jelly and specifically, events that will be organised in the region of
Languedoc-Roussillon. Dates for specific events will be online soon. Coworking offers home workers and freelancers the opportunity to get out of the house. Meetings between coworkers can prove mutually useful to their businesses. Jelly is not about trying to find your next customer.
CDT Hérault ww.languedoc.com
To prepare your stay, planning daily visits and activities or just discovering Hérault contact the Hérault Tourist Board.
Logis de France du Gard
Over 3400 hotel-restaurants and a single concept: a quality welcome, authenticity and an opportunity to discover the local area and specialities. These are the values behind the Logis de France quality label. Logis de France is Europe's leading independent hotel chain.
Crème de Languedoc
Languedoc's property specialists - hundreds of properties for sale, holiday homes to rent and B&Bs - all in Languedoc, south of France. Plus a wealth of information about the region, its cities, beaches, sightseeing, wine, weather, etc.
A comprehensive guide to visiting and living in Languedoc
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SPA of Montpellier - Refuge de Maurin Les jardins de Maguelonne - 34970 Maurin - tel: 04 67 27 73 78
Open everyday 2pm to 5.30pm (except bank holidays)
SPA of Nîmes - Refuge «Les Murailles» route de Sauve Km7 - 30900 Nîmes - tel: 04 66 23 79 13
Open everyday 2pm to 5pm
Everything you need to know about the Nimes Airport.
Relocation to the Montpellier, Nimes, Languedoc Area
Living in Montpellier & area - Helping those already here
Specialising in family relocation & Gite management / rentals for families
Office line Tel: 06 02 30 57 54 Wendy Johnson
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The Languedoc-Roussillon: holiday accommodation, weather, naturist beaches, Cathar castles, Cathar beliefs and history, wines, wildlife, Rennes-le-Château, property, LanguedocFrance. mysteries and vacations in the South of France.
L'Hérault de l'économie et des affaires
Annonces légales et judiciaires Hérault, Aude.
Club des Sites Touristiques du Gard
Founded in 1999, the Club of Tourist Sites in the Gard is a départemental association bringing together 35 tourist sites, museums, theme parks and amusement parksand five institutional partners.
- Le Visiatome
- Le Musée des enfants et le Musée Moto-Vélo
- Le Conservatoire de la Fourche
- Le Musée 1900 et des Jouets
- Le Musée de la Poterie Méditerranéenne
- Le Musée de la Soie
- Le Musée des vallées cévenoles
- Le Musée du Bonbon Haribo
- Le Musée du Désert
- Le Musée du Scribe
- Le Préhistorama
- L'Abîme de Bramabiau
- La Bambouseraie de Prafrance
- La Grotte de la Cocalière
- La Grotte de Trabuc
- Le Haras national d'Uzès
- Le Seaquarium
- Le Vieux Mas, une ferme comme en 1900
- Randals Bison
- L'Abbaye troglodytique de Saint-Roman
- La Chartreuse Pontificale du val de Bénédiction
- Le Fort Saint André
- Le Mas gallo-romain des Tourelles
- Le Pont du Gard
- Les Arènes de Nîmes
- Les tours et remparts d'Aigues-Mortes
- Le Parc aquatique La Bouscarasse
- Le Parc d'attractions Amazonia
- Le Train à vapeur des Cévennes
- Les Péniches Isles de Stel Croisières de Camargue
- La Mine Témoin d'Alès en Cévennes
- La Source Perrier
- Le Salin d'Aigues-Mortes
- Le Château de Portes
- Les Accros d'Anjeau
Marseille City of Culture is a guide in English to the city of Marseille and the area around it. It is a personal guide created by English people who live in the area. It provides links and information for those who are interested in visiting, whether for a holiday or a longer stay.
For the ﬁrst time, our printed version uses videos to bring life to our content and advertising. A new concept, Augmented Reality, brings the paper to life at the click of a button. All you need to do is download the free LAYAR application on your phone or tablet and off you go. Then just follow the instructions over the next pages.
The sun is out, bank holidays are in, we all want to go and explore, although this can sometimes be ruined by the dreaded mistral (p14). But let’s not spoil things. How about a visit to St Jean du Fos (p20) or if you’re feeling more urban, a nice shopping day in Avignon with a healthy tea break (p23) or a visit to an art gallery in Nîmes? (p17) If you’re feeling extra energetic like me, how about entering the Pont du Gard race on 30 June to raise money for a fantastic local charity? Also in this issue, the remarkable story of a simulated space mission by Claire (p18) and a very funny article by Bernice on her pathological inability (or so she says) to learn languages (p22).