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Ideas for Languedoc-Roussillon and around?

johannabanana | Jan 26, 201205:02 AM     29

Hi all,
What do you think of the eating while traveling in Languedoc-Roussillon and around? We have two weeks in late May/early June to do it and have a few Languedoc leads gleaned from the board and Ptipois' blog: l'Entonnoir in Sète, Le Tilleul in Générargues, Restaurant le Mimosa (and its hotel) in Saint Saturnin de Lucian, possibly the Auberge du Cèdre. Any other ideas would be fantastic!

We thought we'd get our fix of seafood and beaches in and nearer to coastal Languedoc; and then drive out of the region, via the Camargue, up to the Hotel Faurie in Saint-Agrève (and possibly to Valence). We might also drive along the coast in the other direction and over the Spanish border to eat at Saint Pau in San Pol de Mar. If anyone thinks we're missing somewhere unmissable en route, in either direction, please say!

(Incidentally, I remember a France board thread where souphie recommended a few regions/areas in France worth traveling to that are less well-known but I can't find it. If anyone knows where it is I'd be really grateful!)

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