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Occitanie: Carcassonne, Nîmes, Montpellier, Toulouse, Lourdes, Aubrac, Lot, Aveyron, Lozère, the Pyrenees, the Dordogne Valley, the Cévennes, La Margeride…
Occitanie is full of picturesque places not to be missed: the site of Carcassonne, the Arena of Nîmes, the Pont du Gard, the Gorges du Tarn…
Combine culture and nature for your next vacation!

Intertourisme, specialist in organizing trips to Occitania since 1981

Intertourisme is a company specializing in the organization of trips in the Occitanie region.

We offer a variety of services to meet the needs of our guests, including organizing tours of historic sites, wine tastings, outdoor activities and stays in quality accommodation. We work closely with our local partners to deliver unique and authentic experiences to our guests.

Our team of professionals is dedicated to providing superior service, ensuring that every step of your trip is well organized and meets your expectations. We are passionate about the Occitanie region and look forward to sharing this passion with you by organizing your next trip to this beautiful region of France.

Which places to visit in Occitanie?

Occitanie is a region located in the south of France, which offers a wide variety of places to visit. Among the most popular sites are the Mediterranean beaches, such as Grande-Motte or Palavas-les-Flots, as well as the historic towns of Montpellier, Nîmes and Carcassonne.

The natural landscapes of the Haut-Languedoc regional natural park, the Tarn gorges and the Camargue are also worth it. Wine lovers will not miss the region’s tasting cellars, such as those of Banyuls or Corbières, while nature lovers will appreciate the Cévennes National Park.

In short, Occitanie offers a diverse range of destinations which will meet everyone’s expectations.

What monuments can we discover in Occitanie ?

Occitanie is home to a large number of historical and tourist monuments. In this region, you can discover the city of Carcassonne, a fortified medieval town listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can also discover the Pont du Gard, an immense Roman aqueduct dating from the 1st century, also listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The city of Nîmes is also famous for its ancient monuments, including the arenas, the Temple of Diana and the Maison Carrée. In the Pyrénées-Orientales department, you can visit the Palace of the Kings of Majorca in Perpignan and the Salses fortress. Finally, the region is also home to numerous castles such as the Château de Flaugergues in Montpellier, the Château de Peyrepertuse and the Château de Quéribus in the Corbières. The Flaran Abbey, a jewel of Cistercian architecture, and its collection of paintings. Château Laurens and the Ephèbe museum in Agde. The abbey church of Saint-Gilles, listed UNESCO for its importance on the roads to Saint-Jacques-de-Compostelle. The Museum of World Writings, unique in Europe in Figeac. A collection of historic sites close to each other: Foix castle, Montségur castle, Roquefixade castle, medieval town of Mirepoix. The Millau viaduct, hailed for the audacity of its conception and design by Sir Norman Foster.


  • The Capitol, emblematic of Toulouse, houses both the Town Hall and the Opera: a special case in France! Admire its sumptuous architecture, punctuated by pink marble columns. Enter the Saint-Sernin basilica (one of the largest Romanesque buildings in the West) and the Hôtel-Dieu Saint-Jacques, both listed as World Heritage by UNESCO.
  • Taste the majesty of the Jacobins convent, a jewel of southern Gothic art. Enjoy the tranquility of the Augustins cloister and museum. And if you only have to visit one of the 80 private mansions in Toulouse, choose the Hôtel d’Assézat which houses the Bemberg foundation.


A mecca of spirituality in the world. A city welcoming to all, pilgrims and visitors. A multifaceted Pyrenean town, crossed by the Gave de Pau. A gateway to the great sites of the Pyrenees and mountain leisure activities.

Which villages to visit in Occitanie ?

Occitanie is a region located in the south of France, known for its cultural and historical richness. Among the villages to visit in the region is Saint-Cirq-Lapopie in the Lot, ranked among the most beautiful villages in France with its medieval architecture and cobbled streets.
Pézenas in Hérault is also a charming village with its many artisans and its colorful market. Collioure in the Pyrénées-Orientales, located on the Mediterranean coast, is a colorful and picturesque old fishing port with a beautiful beach. The medieval village of Minerve in Hérault is also worth seeing for its history and its mountainous landscapes.

The charming village of La Roque-sur-Cèze in the Gard is also a must with its waterfall and its medieval bridge.

Larressingle, Fourcès, Montréal-du-Gers, classified as the Most Beautiful Villages in France.
A territory crossed by the paths of Santiago de Compostela, listed as World Heritage by UNESCO.
The Baïse, navigable river.

The fortified city of Aigues-Mortes and the salt marshes. The Camargue of Gard, labeled Grand Site de France and Natura 2000 zone. Pointe de l’Espiguette and its lighthouse, at Grau du Roi.

Le Pic du Midi: At an altitude of 2,877 m, the most beautiful panorama of the entire Pyrenees chain. The highest planetarium in Europe. A national natural site, classified since 2003.


  • An Episcopal City listed as a World Heritage Site and the Mappa Mundi, included in the Memories of the World Register by UNESCO.
  • The Toulouse-Lautrec museum, a great museum in France.
  • The preserved nature of the Tarn Valley.
  • The Albigensian bastides to see nearby.
  • The country of Jean Jaurès (Verrerie Ouvrière d’Albi, Mining Museum in Carmaux).

At the sources of the Canal du Midi

  • The supply system of the Canal du Midi, listed as a world heritage site by UNESCO: Lake Saint-Ferréol, channels of the Montagne Noire and La Plaine, threshold of Naurouze.
  • Le Reservoir: museum and discovery area of the Canal du Midi.
  • Revel, city of wood and marquetry.
  • The Sorèze abbey-school and the Dom Robert museum (contemporary tapestry).
  • The castle of Pierre-Paul Riquet.

The cliffs and wild meanders of the Aveyron river
The diversity of the bastides of Rouergue (Country of art and history label)
The charm of Saint-Antonin Noble Val, in the Aveyron gorges
The rich heritage and liveliness of Villefranche-de-Rouergue


  • Cahors, labeled City of Art and History, major stopover on the paths to Santiago de Compostela (Chemin du Puy). The Valentré Bridge, Saint-Etienne Cathedral.
  • Unmissable villages of character: Saint-Cirq-Lapopie and Puy-L’Evêque.
  • The Pech Merle cave in Cabrerets
  • Majestic landscapes punctuated by the meanders of the navigable Lot.

Wine tourism in Occitanie

  • The AOP Armagnac and Côtes de Gascogne vineyards (Vignobles et Découvertes label).
  • The AOC Cahors, a great vineyard of Occitanie.

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