Visit the Languedoc How to travel?

By car, train or plane? Easy access to the Languedoc!

The Languedoc is situtaed in the far sunny South of France, about 2 hours drive from Spain.

Going on holiday in the Languedoc in one of our beautiful holiday villas in the south of France, has never been easier, quicker or as good value.

Travelling by car, train or plane? The choice is yours. Moerland Rentals has made some practical recommandations for you to organise your travel to the south in the best way.

Before arrival you'll receive travel directions how to find your holiday villa, together with the code for the keysafe.

Office Moerland Rentals in Prades sur Vernazobre

In Saint Chinian, when arriving from Béziers turn right in the town centre, direction Cessenon-sur-Orb. Leave Saint-Chinian and after about 500 meter, at the roundabout, turn left direction Combejean. Pass Combejean and continue direction Prades sur Vernazobre. The Moerland Rentals Office is on the right just before arriving at the village.

Travel options


Thanks to low-cost carriers such as Ryanair and EasyJet the Languedoc is even closer. With airports at Montpellier, Carcassonne, Béziers, Toulouse, Nîmes and Perpignan you can get here fast and fly at low rates.

You can take the plane from airports like Bristol, Manchester, Edinburgh, Dublin, etc.

Most of our holiday villas can be reached within a 30-90 minutes drive.


By TGV, the Thalys and Eurostar
A comparable alternative for the plane in terms of travel times. The closest railwaystations to our holiday villas are Montpellier, Narbonne and Béziers.

Travelling to Montpellier gives you a greater choice for longdistance travelling.

By the French railwaycompany SNCF you can book your complete travel, even the part outside France.


A7 - A9 via Lyon and Béziers
The classical route to travel from Holland, Belgium, and Luxemburg to the south.

Taking the A75 via the bridge of Millau
An excellent alternative via Paris. It is the shortest route to the Languedoc region, and offers spectacular scenery along the way. No toll charge after Clermont Ferrand.

the A20 - A62 - A61 via Toulouse
Probably the best coming from Calais and arriving around Carcassonne and Minervois.