Languedoc-Roussillon External link and Montpellier External link are the gay-friendly heaven in Southeastern France; Nice and French Riviera External link where it is nearly impossible not to gape at the cerulean water, a sea so azure that it looks like a film shot in Technicolor. As Alex and Greg journeyed around Languedoc, they discovered that, although this is a region crammed with things to do and see, little has been put into writing about it in English or French. The North beach is the best - bigger and with better sand than the Southerly stretch. St Marie: Plage de La Roquille is covered with sea shells and is a pretty bog-standard 'town beach' - with lots of rather tacky snack shops and touristy concessions. Wine Tasting Taste fine wines. It offers hot property and holiday tips monthly.
As a result, the central section of the beach suddenly gets much more commercial - with lots of bouncy castles and tacky games arcades.
Take care Bradley xx. So for example, Collioure's town is exquisite, but its beach rates rather poorly as it is pebbly and small. Join HuffPost Plus.
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