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Things to do in Languedoc-Roussillon + the Pyrenees

  • Le 14

    The hottest after-hours address in town is a bar-lounge that was designed by its architect-owner, Guy Falco, to look like a riad in Marrakech. Cre... More
  • Le Saint Clair

    The Sètois take their cocktails seriously. Join the crowds ordering aperitifs at this sleek bar overlooking the docks. Created by the editors of T... More
  • Micropolis City of Insects

  • Millau Viaduct

    Where: Crossing the Tarn Valley in the Massif Central, near Millau in southern France.   Stats: 8,100 feet (less than two miles) long; cars travel ... More
  • Musée Fenaille

    The museum houses pottery made by the Gauls. More
  • Musee International des Arts Modestes

    This museum blends contemporary works made of everyday objects (like brightly colored sculpted murals made from toys) and folk art; Argentine botan... More
  • Musée Paul Valéry

    Named after the beloved French poet (Valéry wrote the classic verse Le Cimitière Marin), the museum also has a local focus; collections illustrate ... More
  • Site Archéologique de la Graufesenque

    Visit the archaeological site at La Graufesenque, where the Gauls made the pottery now housed in the Musée Fenaille. More

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