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Travel in Languedoc-Roussillon

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We will be traveling to Montpellier for work, and plan to spend several weeks in the area as we've never been to southern France. This trip will be in July.

Our main question is where to focus our travels. It seems there is a lot to do in Languedoc-Roussillon, but we wonder if we should broaden our travels to include Provence, the Midi-Pyrenees or even northeastern Spain (one bonus: we speak Spanish but not French).

We prefer to get to know a place rather than rushing around to see an area's highlights, and we like nature, hiking, small towns, and history, but not many museums as we will have our young children with us.

Any thoughts on areas to spend time and places not to miss would be very appreciated!

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