Occitanie is a region in southern France created in 2016 by the union of the former regions of Languedoc-Roussillon and Midi-Pyrénées. The region of Nouvelle-Aquitaine is to the west, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes to the north, and Provence–Alpes–Côte d'Azur to the east. Spain and Andorra border the region to the south, and the Mediterranean Sea lies to the southeast. The capital is Toulouse.
The region benefits from a variety of the most contrasting and beautiful landscapes – with the picturesque sandy beaches and the warm Mediterranean Sea in the east, and mountainous, rocky landscapes further to the west. Occitanie is a fantastic setting for those with a passion for the outdoors from skiing to bike rides, hiking to natural spas, rafting to paragliding... the region has it all. There is a heavy interest for golf Occitanie with a variety of courses to suit players at all levels, it makes the perfect destination for a golfing holiday.
Occitanie is a region with a thrilling history, with Roman sites like the Arena of Nîmes or Pont du Gard. There are also interesting medieval sites like Carcassonne – the gate to the fascinating Cathar Country. The region also has vibrant cities and some of the cutest small towns in France. It is a land of traditions, where its inhabitants like to take their time and enjoy the small pleasures.
Occitanie is further complimented by some of the best year-round climates. With warm winters, stunning springs, an abundance of summer sunshine and glorious autumns, there is no question why the region has long been a tourist hotspot.