If you are into sports, Languedoc Rousillon won't let you down. You will find plenty of opportunities for boating, hiking, biking, horse riding, fishing, water skiing, windsurfing, scuba diving, golfing and many more sports. It is no surprise; Languedoc boasts a spectacular landscape and more than 300 days of sunshine in only one year.

The region is crossed by more than 4,000 miles of trails along which you will admire the diversity of a landscape that includes mountains, plains, sea, rivers, channels. You can even follow paths that history made famous such as Via Domitia, a Roman road. For specific information about trails, contact the Comite Departamentale of the region where you are planning your walking tour.

Given the extension of the Mediterranean coast, the traveler will have more than one opportunity to try his or her favorite watersport. Travelers can arrive in their own yachts and sailing boat as there are more than 22,000 to dock. Also, marinas and sailing clubs organize regattas and competitions year round including the Sailing Tour de France and Clairfontaine Cup.  

If golfing is your passion, there are more than 14 state of the art golf courses in the region. To find the golf course in or near the city or town that you are visiting, call the Paternship of Languedoc-Rousillon Golf courses at 33 (0) 4 68 39 51 42.