Océanides Réceptif, Aeroport de Nîmes
Phone : +33 (0) 4 67 93 77 90
Mobiles: +33 (0) 6 38 95 94 23 or +33 (0) 7 86 42 60 60
Contact : Hélène Pascual
Website : www.oceanidesreceptif.fr
A real taste of the south of France
Océanides Réceptif shows visitors the real Languedoc-Roussillon. We organise short breaks, longer holidays, and excursions throughout the region, from the borders of Provence to Catalan country.
Whether you’re on your own, holidaying as a couple or a family, or are travelling in a group, we have the know-how and experience to make your stay a memorable one.
We’ll look after you throughout your stay. We organise trips to local vineyards, tastings of local produce, and meetings with local artisans. We can also suggest cultural events and fun activities for adults and children.
We are committed to responsible, equitable tourism. Our breaks give holidaymakers an authentic taste of a region that is steeped in tradition and culinary know-how, and has a landscape that remains magnificently unspoilt.
We organise; you relax.
Whether you fly in to Nîmes, Béziers, Carcassonne, or Perpignan, we’ll meet you at the airport. If you need to hire a car, we’ll organise that for you, too.
Our short breaks and excursions include visits to some of the loveliest villages in France:
- Saint-Quentin-la-Poterie, famed for its ceramics,
- Lussan, in the Gard Provencal,
- Goudargues (the Venice of the Gard), and
- Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert, a picture-postcard village on the pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela.
You can discover Collioure on the Côte Vermeille, the fortified towns of Carcassonne and Aigues-Mortes, and the picturesque port of Sète.
We organise short breaks centred on cultural events, and our “Recollections of the past” holidays take visitors back through the centuries. Languedoc-Roussillon has a fascinating history and heritage. If you need help organising a made-to-measure break, we have great suggestions for accommodation and places to visit.
Examples of our ready-made short breaks
- Centuries of splendour in the Gard,
- Antique treasures along the Domitian Way,
- A romantic getaway in the real south,
- Vineyards past and present,
- Historic sites and culinary delights.
“This is a region of amazing diversity. It’s a cultural, culinary, religious, and artistic crossroads. Languedoc-Roussillon has an exceptional architectural heritage.” – Hélène Pascual, Océanides Réceptif.