Whatever your interests, there is plenty to do in and around Limoux. It is within short distances, of water sports including rafting and kayaks, horse riding, hiking, skiing in winter in the glorious Pyrenees. Also a piano museum, an automata museum and a small art museum. Follow the Cathar trail, visit spa waters at nearby Alet les Bains, walk around the medieval city of Carcassonne (La Cité), seat of the Spanish Inquisition or visit the many vineyards. Limoux is famous for its “Blanquette”, a sparkling white wine believed to have predated champagne. With the Pyrenees as a backdrop, Languedoc-Roussillon, is a beautiful region of France, benefitting from glorious sunshine, stunning scenery and golden sandy beaches. It suits all types of holiday makers – whether you are a history buff, walker, cyclist, wine lover or sun worshipper. There is something for everyone.