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Canal du Midi

South of France

Boating on the Canal du Midi in Languedoc, you discover the laid-back charm of a UNESCO world heritage site!

When it comes to barging in the South of France, the scenic Canal du Midi is a must. Cruising this 300 years old waterway, you will savor the slow easy pace of travel past lush vineyards in the heart of the Languedoc wine region. Passing through historic water locks you will discover charming medieval villages and ancient fortress cities. Sightseeing, wine tasting, and sun-kissed cycle rides await, all the way from bustling Toulouse to the golden sands of the Mediterranean sea.
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  • Listed as a Unesco World Heritage Site
  • Pretty waterside villages
  • Sun-drenched vineyards & wine tasting
  • Medieval Town of Carcassonne
  • Waterside restaurants & local markets

Region highlights about Canal du Midi

Top 10 secret gems of the Canal du Midi

  1. Mediterranean Agde 
  2. Le Cap d’ Agde beach resort 
  3. Narbonne’s Horreum 
  4. Béziers bull fights 
  5. Ventenac’s wine cave 
  6. Paraza’s vineyards 
  7. Oppidum d’Enserune ruins 
  8. Carcassonne’s knights 
  9. Castelnaudary’s delicious cassoulet 
  10. Toulouse’s Cité de L’Espace (space museum)

Similar Regions 

If you like the look of the Canal du Midi, why not explore neighbouring Camargue or Aquitaine.

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