Occitanie

It’s another south. A south where nature, both dramatic and serene between the Pyrenees and the Cevennes, serves as a haven for the most original experiences. And where the copper stone carries memories from the centuries, from Nîmes la Romaine to the Cathar castles and the medieval Carcassonne and Rocamadour. Begin with the pinkest of all: Toulouse! Friendly and celebratory, the regional capital embodies the sweetness of life in Occitanie at every turn – especially on its terrace bars with breathtaking views of the Garonne.

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Occitanie’s Mediterranean shoreline, two mountain ranges and robust historical and cultural identity make it the fourth most popular tourist destination in France. It is also the country’s number one spa region, welcoming 166,000 visitors each year.

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Occitanie’s Mediterranean shoreline, two mountain ranges and robust historical and cultural identity make it the fourth most popular tourist destination in France. It is also the country’s number one spa region, welcoming 166,000 visitors each year.

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Occitanie’s Mediterranean shoreline, two mountain ranges and robust historical and cultural identity make it the fourth most popular tourist destination in France. It is also the country’s number one spa region, welcoming 166,000 visitors each year.

Occitanie’s Mediterranean shoreline, two mountain ranges, and robust historical and cultural identity make it the fourth most popular tourist destination in

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