Not all the small, local ARTISAN food and wine producers have websites but here are a few worth looking at. It may be possible to organise GUIDED VISITS to these and/or a snail-breeder, olive presses, artisan bakers, distillers of floral- and fruit-based liqueurs, a spirulina (the superfood you may have heard of) farm, a micro beer brewery etc.
For additional foodie interest there are of course the must-visit openair foodmarkets at Place aux Herbes in centre Uzes. And a little further afield the fascinating and scenic saltpans of the Medieval walled city of Aigues Mortes (see Salins de Camargue). Also try and fit in a visit to the famous Marseillan-based Noilly Prat producers - an essential ingredient for a great risotto (and much superior to the Italian vermouths)...
If you live in Ireland and love Languedoc wines, then a visit to the website of the BLUFFEURS WINE CLUB is a must! Here you'll find some of the very best Languedoc wines - carefully selected by the Club's engaging founder Harry Woolfson - and all at unbelievably reasonable prices. You'll enjoy the wines even more in the knowledge that you are supporting some talented young and innovative wine producers (which you could visit yourself by booking one of Harry's wine trips to the Languedoc).
This region has always been seventh heaven for cyclists - both profs and amateurs - and Gerry Patterson can offer you all the advice you need. Check out his guided and self-guided tours on Cycling Languedoc
Walk Provence provides custom designed, private, self-guided and independent walking adventures.
For all manner of tourist information on the Languedoc click on Creme de Languedoc. Or for an equally informative website on the rest of France click on About France.