: Beziers, Perpignan, Carcassonne, Montpellier
: Narbonne, Beziers
: Beziers, Narbonne
: Valras Plage
Capestang is a thriving village where wine production has existed for thousands of years & continues to this day. Situated on the famous Canal du Midi, now designated a World Heritage Site and recently brought to British television by Rick Stein, it is ideally placed midway between the sandy beaches of the Mediterranean to the south and the Regional Park of the Haut-Languedoc to the north. The town square which holds a bustling twice weekly market is dominated by the magnificent 14th century church towering above & there are many other architecturally interesting and historical buildings to be discovered whilst meandering around the narrow, winding streets. Boasting 5 restaurants, 2 cafes, a number of bakeries, patisseries, food shops & a supermarket, all with a Mediterranean climate of an average of 300 days sunshine a year, Capestang has everything you need to be immersed in the unique lifestyle that is Languedoc-Rousillon.
Other Activities: kayaking, bird-watching, wine tasting, shopping, cinemas, theatre, boating