: Bar: Toilets: Showers: Parking distance: Racou: Good Racou feels like the end of Languedoc - as the coast finally (after hundreds of kilometres of running flat and straight) curves just before Collioure. An excellent place for the family. That said, the sand is fine here (unlike the beaches either side) and the beach is deep and long enough to find your own spot if you're prepared to walk south. Sand: Setting: Restaurant: Bar: Toilets: Showers: Parking distance: Gruissan: Good Gruissan is a popular seaside resort village with a ruin on top of a hill above the village itself. Meet your private guide outside the Guggenheim Bilbao Museum, and start your tour with a walk around the outside to admire the museums attention-grabbing exterior. The sand is gritty and pebbly, however, and suddenly falls down in a steep bank just before hitting the water's edge. Like Narbonne and Mateille, it is extremely flat and wide, and feels very open. Detailed map of Languedoc: Click here, and drag the map to cover the Languedoc area.