Inaugurated in 1860, the Canal du Midi played major role in transporting goods for many a decade. Nowadays it is enjoyed for its beautiful banks and calm waters that run the length of Languedoc, from Sète to Toulouse, and from the Mediterranean to the Lauragais. The quality of work has earned it a place on the UNESCO World Heritage List. A canal trip will enable you to experience a timeless moment as you cruise gently past rural landscapes and old towns steeped in history.
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