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Languedoc-Roussillon
Country: France
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Links:
CS Group Wikipedia
[[:wikivoyage:{{{wikitravel}}}|Wikivoyage]] HitchWiki


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Map of the Region

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The Main CS Cities of the Region

How to get there ?

Couch Surfing in the Region

The CS Activity in the Region

Family Welcome

Children Welcome.jpg In the region, there is a very nice, active and developped CS Families network. If you travel with your children, if you would like to be hosted by a family, if you are searching for a host who accept a family, meeting other families making to your children more different cultural friendship, you are welcome to join the French Family's group !

A tool exists to localise easily where you can find the CS families' in the region, please check the Family Welcome Map of the area.

Rural Couchsurfing

RCSIcon2.gif In Languedoc-Roussillon you have the chance to have the possibility to couchsurf a bit everywhere, even in the countryside ! Check the map of the Rural CSers in Languedoc-Roussillon, you can find them easilier on this way ! There is also a CS group called "Rural CS France" where you can talk with all Rural CSers in France.

But not all Rural CSers appears on the map or are members of the group "Rural CS France". To find the others, join the Regional CS group of Languedoc-Roussillon !

Regional Contacts on CS

What to visit in the Region (Villages and Natural/Historic Sites)

Aude



Gard


  • Aigues-Mortes: This medieval town, meaning "Dead Waters", is surrounded by well-preserved city walls. Aigues-Mortes, located in the Petite Camargue, is about 35 km (22 mi) from Nîmes and 30 km (19 mi) from Montpellier by road.
  • Gorges de la Vis:
  • Gorges du Gardon:
  • Nimes:
  • Pont du Gard:
  • Uzès:

Hérault



  • Cirque de Mourèze:
  • Cirque de Navacelles:
  • Curiosité de Lauriole:
  • Gorges de Colombières:
  • Gorges de l'Hérault:
  • Gorges de l'Orb:
  • Gorges d'Héric:
  • Gorges du Brian:
  • Gorges du Lamalou / Ravin des Arcs:
  • Lac du Crès:
  • Lac du Salagou:
  • Minerve:
  • Pic St. Loup:
  • St. Guilhem le Désert:
  • Villeneuve-lès-Maguelone:

Lozere



Pyrenees-Orientales


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