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The events and novelites that marked the year 2018 in Occitania: the opening of the Musée de la Romanité (Romanisation museum) in Nîmes, the Picasso-Mediterranée exhibition in Montpellier, Toulouse and other towns around the region, the 20-year anniversary of the Santiago de Compostela paths as UNESCO sites, the 50-year anniversary of La Grande Motte, the 140-year anniversary of the Robert Louis Stevenson Trail, etc.
With 80 appellations (44 AOP and 36 IGP) spread across 300,000 hectares, Occitania is the world's biggest wine-growing region. It also boasts the largest surface area of organically grown vineyards in France The diversity of the land, from Languedoc to Gascogne, the variety of climates and soils, and the rigor of agricultural practices guarantee exceptional produce.
14 appellations meet the criteria for a national distinction, "Vignobles & Découvertes", which highlights
the key wine tourism destinations in France.