Travelling to and from France can be expensive for most people on holiday and that every penny counts. We are listed with Cheznous, and they offer discounts on ferries and travel if you use their site to book your journey. Which ever way you chose to travel you will need a car and a map.
Click on the links below for a copy of a map of Bizanet and surrounding area from Google Maps. Bizanet is in the centre of the map, a green arrow points to it.
The village is very easy to get to as it it is between the all the main roads and very close to Narbonne. We will give you the address of the house when you book.
I have included some useful links to help you get to Bizanet safely.
By taking advantage of the low cost airline, Ryanair, Buzz and EasyJet you can be in Perpignan in under two hours. These no-frills services depart mainly from Stansted or Luton (EasyJet) to several Mediterranean destinations including Perpignan, Carcassonne and Nimes. Flight time is under two hours, normally with a daily service in each direction, and extra flights in high season.
By Car, Ferry and Eurotunnel
The drive to the Languedoc from England can by anything up to fourteen hours, depending of course where you start from. Luckily, most of the driving will be over motorways. These are fast toll roads so be prepared with plenty of ready cash to pay at the relevant exit points (payages). Be careful not to speed between payges, they monitor your speed. On fast roads always leave a 2 second gap between you and the car in front - it's the law.
If you don't fancy flying, or going by sea, the other option is by rail. There are more than three hundred TGV trains a day serving 200 French destinations. Taking the Eurostar from Waterloo, or Ashford in Kent, you can make a connection at Lille for Perpignan which is around an hours drive to Bizanet.