The Languedoc-Rousillon is a French region composed of five departments.It is bordered in the south by Spain, Andorra and the Mediterranean Sea (le golf du Lion) and the following French regions.
Two regional languages are still spoken in the Languedoc: Occitan and Catalan.
Situated 3 miles from the medieval famous Cité of Carcassonne, the ancient village of Trèbes nestles like an island between tree waterways:
The river Aude, her tributary the sparkling Orbiel and the celebrated Canal du Midi.
Trèbes lies in the heart of Cathar country. It is surrounded by a varied Mediterranean landscape, from rolling hills to craggy slopes and the forrests of the Black Mountains.Midway on the routes to the Minervois and Corbière vinyards you are only a 1/2 hour from the mediterranean sea.
A beautiful 14 century church, classed as an historic monument is in the centre of the village and visitors can also enjoy mini-excursions on the Canal, viewing the magnificent triple locks, passing over the Vauban aqueduct, turning at the "Pont de la Rode"(the bridge like a wheel) and winding back through flourishing vegetable gardens created by local people.
Within easy reach theree are walking and cycling paths and main roads going to the many sites and attractions all over this region.
There are many activities in and around the village of Trèbes, for more informations, please visit :
You can also visit the city of Carcassonne