The coast of the southern French department of Aude, with its long sandy beaches and large lagoon lakes, is one of the most popular spots in the Mediterranean for the windsurfing and kitesurfing fan community worldwide. The sun and the wind Tramontane offer the ideal conditions for international competitions in all kinds of water sports. But the department, which stretches from the Pyrenees to the Mediterranean, from the Corbières to the Lauragais, has much more to offer than just beach holidays. The world-famous medieval fortress attracts annual crowds of visitors in Carcassonne. In the 13th century, Cathar refugees have left an impressive heritage. Hikers can choose among many paths along the seaside, in the mountains or the vineyards. Cyclists can also enjoy quiet little roads and villages of the Minervois or Corbières, as well as the paths along the Canal du Midi. Due to the different geologies and climatic influences, many animal and plant species have settled here and inspire now all nature lovers. The Aude draws its particular attraction from a diversity that meets the wishes of many tourists.
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