Nice is nice and Provence is pretty. But the Languedoc-Roussillon region of Southern France is a treasure trove of culinary delights, an exciting new destination. From the Mediterranean Sea to the Pyrenees, you’ll find charming covered markets, traditional French cuisine and the world’s oldest sparkling wine.
Over eight days and seven nights, join Debra as she guides you through ancient Roman roads, medieval castles and rambling ramparts and includes stops in the country’s capital ofcassoulet, where you will not only feast on the hearty regional dish, but learn from an expert how to make it. You’ll be thrilled by the world’s oldest bubbly and delight in a once-in-a-lifetime olive oil tasting and an insider’s artisanal anchovy tour. All will have time to smell the roses in the region’s largest rose garden, a visually and aromatically stunning experience.
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