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Port du Saint Cyprien, Languedoc-Roussillon, France
Port de Saint Cyprien is located in the Gulf of Lion, on the French coast, in the Pyrenees-Orientales Deparment and in the commune with the same name, in southern France. It is a picturesque area that used to be a traditional fishing village, with a rich history and a wonderful culture. Saint-Cyprien used to be home to many inspired artists over times, such as the Painter Francois Desnoyer. There are 6 km of beaches with fine sand and a variety of protected beaches. The views are incredible in this area, thanks to the stunning colour of the water. This is a water sport paradise where tourists can try kite surfing, wind surfing, etc. Enchanting walking music bands can be seen on the beach, entertaining the atmosphere. There are many events going on in this coastal area, enriched by traditional products and dishes. All Mediterranean flavours can be tasted in this commune, giving its rich gastronomical culture. Tourists can choose from a variety of nearby hotels or private rentals.
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Languedoc – Roussillon, also known as Lengadoc – Rosselhon in Occitan and Llenguadoc – Rossello in Catalan, is an important region of France that is located in the southern side of the country, having an exit to the Mediterranean Sea. This region is comprised of five departments: Audee, Gard, Herault, Lozere and Pyrenees-Orientales. It is the favourite destination of those who are in love with nature and its most popular cities are Montpellier, Carcassonne, Nimes, Perpignan, Cap D’Agde and Argeles-sur-Mer.
Those who have never been to Languedoc-Roussillon should know that this is a picturesque land, where music, literature and wine form the best combination and represent the definition of the quality time. The region of Languedoc-Rousillon played an important role on the timeline of French history. According to archaeological evidence, these lands were inhabited long before the Greeks and other civilisations existed. Many discoveries regardi... more info