At the border of Spain and Andorra, the Languedoc-Roussillon
is a region with many contrasts turned towards The Mediterranean sea. From the Camargue until the côte vermeille, the seaside runs for 200 km of sand. Among its multiple attractions, several sites are classified by the Unesco, for example the canal du midi, the Pont du Gard
, carcassonne or the st Jacques de Compostelle Pilgrim's way. This region is as well very proud of its traditions including carnavals, and traditional games and party's .