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Languedoc geography


The Rhone delta influences both the Camargue and the majority of the Languedoc coastline. The coastal plain is low, flat and sandy with a number of lagoons. Only at Sete and Cap d'Agde do the mountains extend to the coast and produce cliffs.This is in contrast to Provence and cote d'Azur where the mountains descend to the sea. 

Further North, Languedoc extends to the Cevennes, and lower Massif Central. 

The highest point in Languedoc is Mt Lozere at 1669m (5480 feet). 

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