20 towns and villages to discover and enjoy, between land and sea!
The village overlooking the Hérault Valley
Aumes, located next to an old fortified settlement, between vineyards and the garrigue, enjoys a wonderfully gentle lifestyle.
The birthplace of the Clairette grape
Fancy taking a break in the middle of wine-producing countryside? Take time to stop off in Adissan and sample this unique, celebratory wine.
This village, on the banks of the Hérault, brilliantly showcases local, land-based products and traditions: rosé wines, olives, pick-your-own fruit and vegetable farms etc.
Agde / Le Cap d'Agde
At the crossroads of fresh and salty waters, Agde, Cap d'Agde, Le Grau d'Agde and La Tamarissière make up a lively archipelago for holidays in the Mediterranean.
Four different settings for your perfect holiday!
Castelnau de Guers
Castelnau-de-Guers, built on a rocky outcrop, offers a fabulous view of the Hérault Valley. The site has retained all the charm of a Medieval fortified village.
An architectural gem, surrounded by vineyards
Stroll into Caux and explore this ancient town with marvellous Roman and Gothic architecture
This green, village retreat, which sits at the confluence of the river Boyne and the Hérault, closely protects its surroundings and guards its Occitan traditions.
The city of flowers
Located on the left bank of the Hérault, surrounded by vineyards, Florensac has always had plenty to offer visitors.
Lézignan la Cèbe
Foodies and those with a taste for delicate flavours will know and love the Lezignan onion. Take a brief jaunt to this relaxing village with its centuries-old know-how and expertise.
A royal town and fair town
Montagnac, surrounded by vineyards, radiates from its historic centre, dotted with beautiful properties, a legacy of its flourishing commercial trade.
The “circulade” village of “Becos Figos”
You’ll love this charming village with its shady side streets, encircling its old fortified castle.
Between vineyards and limestone plateaus
This Languedoc village, surrounded by garrigue, oak woods and vineyards, where time seems to stand still, embodies all the best things in life...Take time to explore this limestone countryside and immerse yourself in nature.
From the city of Molière to the cultural capital
Exploring the historic centre of this old fair town where Molière stayed and the site of his Illustre Théâtre is an enchanting experience, like stepping back in time. In this picturesque setting, with its rich architectural heritage, and numerous art and craft stalls, the passion for theatre and language is still very much alive.
Capital of the AOP Picpoul vineyards
In Pinet, Picpoul is king! The cultivation of the vine is not just a tradition, it is also a civilisation that is deeply embedded in mankind’s collective memory.
An ode to a gentle way of life in this village located between vineyards and the étang de Thau lagoon
Abandon your car and take the time to explore Pomerols and its surrounding vineyards on foot.
A beautiful combination of beaches, nature and traditional surroundings
If for you, holidays are synonymous with pristine countryside, you have come to the right place!
The Gallo-Roman city of Cessero
Saint-Thibéry is a place of great importance in our region’s history. Firstly you have its natural history: its basalt columns, visible in the village centre, provide evidence of this dramatic natural heritage. Then you have the human and spiritual history: the village was an important place of pilgrimage in the Middle Ages, particularly the Abbey which housed the relics of saints. The church, monastic buildings, the old oil mill, the old bridge, the view from the site of the fort etc. It’s an exciting visit that we thoroughly recommend!
Saint-Pons de Mauchiens
A picturesque “circulade” village set amongst the vineyards.
Saint-Pons-de Mauchiens, standing on its rocky outcrop, is the ideal place to experience the gentle Languedoc way of life.
The village of hills
Tourbes sits amongst hills dotted with vineyards, garrigue and pine forests, on the outskirts of Pézenas. Slip on your trainers, head for the hiking trails and enjoy the sound of chirping cicadas.
A natural, seaside paradise
Situated between the Canal du Midi and the Mediterranean, this typical village of Languedoc enjoys the good life all year round.