Languedoc-Roussillon Travel

Nezignan L'Eveque is between Beziers and Montpellier, close to Pezenas.
Carcassonne Airport (CCF) handles both national and international traffic with Ryanair as one of its most popular carriers serving Brussels, Dublin, East Midlands, Liverpool, London-Stansted and Shannon.

Nimes-Arles Airport (FNI) is in the Gard department serving the north of Languedoc-Roussillon. Ryanair has regular flights from London-Luton, Liverpool, Brussels and East Midlands. Beziers Airport (BZR) and Montpellier Airport (MPL) are both centrally located on the Mediterranean Coast. Beziers Airport carriers include Airlinair with regular flights to Bastia and Paris-Orly. Montpellier Airport offers many options such as Air France, Ryanair, Sterling Airlines and British Airways. Perpignan Airport (PGF) in the in southeast corner of Languedoc-Roussillon. Its major carriers are Air France, bmibaby, Flybe and Ryanair.

Air France
British Airways
Portugalia Airlines

Languedoc-Roussillon Car Rental

The rich and diverse region of Languedoc-Roussillon is best explored by car. From the gorgeous beaches along the Mediterranean, the Pyrenees to the south and the glorious cite of Carcassonne, a car is the best way to travel to take it all in at your own leisure.


Languedoc-Roussillon Trains

One of France’s busiest train routes is the TGV along the Mediterranean coast towards Spain. The TGV reaches the main cities of Nimes, Montpellier, Beziers, Sete, Carcassonne, Narbonne and Perpignan, but there is much more to this region that you can reach on other routes of the greater SNCF network.

Arriving by car?

The new autoroute: the A75, has just reached Pezenas and conveniently drops you at the Pezenas South exit for the village of Nezignan L'Eveque.
Nezignan is 2 miles from Pezenas, 5 miles from the main A9 North/South motorway (La Languedocienne), 36 miles from Montpellier. Also the motorway is free from Clermont Ferrand to Nezignan and a delight to drive on. See For overnight accommodation try

Note to all car drivers

From July 21st 2008 it is compulsory for all vehicles in France to carry a safety jacket and warning triangle. Drivers will be fined from October 1st 2008 if they have not equipped the vehicle with these items.
The safety jackets must comply with current legislation (directive 89/686/CEE dated Dec 21, 1989 including the marking of “C E” on the jacket and the presence of an instruction notice to bear witness to the jacket’s compliance with the legislation in force) and must be worn by drivers before exiting their vehicle at an incident, which must be stationary either on the hard shoulder or on the side of the road.
The warning triangle must be positioned immediately upon exiting the vehicle, at a distance of at least 30 metres from it or from the obstacle/incident in question. The triangle must also be in compliance with the Geneva regulation no 27 currently in force.
Hazard Lights (if the vehicle is fitted with these) must also be used in such circumstances.