- In the Hérault, along the Canal du Midi
- 20 minutes from the beaches of Valras and Agde
- Natural, cultural and historical heritage of Hérault
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A sunny and privileged territory
The Hérault department is an ideal destination for holidays near the sea and in the sun in the south of France. Fine sandy beaches, mountains and hills, gastronomy, sun and joie de vivre with a southern accent.
Hikes in the Hérault
The circus of Navacelles
Do you like hiking? If you are one of those who like to discover a region on foot, then go to Cirque de Navacelles. You will be captivated by the immensity of this majestic natural amphitheater, the result of erosion. , is a beauty of the Hérault that you absolutely have to see. In addition to the pleasure of the eyes and the walk, you will also discover the magnificent waterfalls of the Vis!
Finally, Pic Saint Loup is both a mythical summit in the hinterland of Montpellier, and a magnificent hike. Count about 3 hours of walking to reach the grandiose spectacle. The Cévennes on the one hand and the Mediterranean Sea on the other. For you epicureans, do not leave without having visited the vineyards of the AOP Pic Saint Loup!
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Let's start with Montpellier. Cultural and economic center of Hérault. It is a city with an amazing history. It is also a very dynamic city. Don't miss a visit to the old town and the famous Place de la Comédie, the Jardin du Pérou, the Jardin des Plantes and the magnificent Fabre Museum and its relieves collection.
Saint-guilhem-le-desert is a picturesque village ranked among the most beautiful in France that you absolutely must discover during your holidays. Perched in the Hérault gorges, its medieval streets and shaded central square promise you a timeless stroll. The village is also the starting point for superb hikes. The Hérault gorges, below, invite you to take a beautiful canoe trip or enjoy a unique caving experience.
Sète and the Etang de Thau
At the edge of the Mediterranean, Sète, the city of Brassens, awaits you to feel the special atmosphere of its port on the sea. If you have the chance to take a boat trip, cross its locks to reach theThau pond and taste the magnificent Bouzigues oysters all year round.
Still on the coast, La Grande-Motte and its beaches are ideal for those who enjoy water sports, sunbathing and cycling. The city is amazing. It is thought in the middle of a forest of maritime pines. Its Grand and Petit Travers beaches are pleasant and stretch for miles.
For fans of heritage, Béziers, its cathedral and its medieval streets and especially the Canal du Midi are objectives for walks that will delight you. Pézenas is a city full of charm where you can also stroll through the alleys and enjoy the sweetness of the south. You can stroll through the local shops, discover the crafts, history, traditions and the amazing museum and the Boby Lapointe course, a native of the place.