Week-ends in Languedoc
Montpellier, a timeless city
The wealth of Montpellier lies in most buildings of the old town, called the "Ecusson", from medieval times. Just open your eyes to see dozens of...
Wine-tourism in Languedoc-Roussillon
Languedoc-Roussillon's vineyards are particularly blessed. Extending over five departments, it is the most spread in the world with its 160000 hectares, among which 11600 are declared...
Mount Aigoual, a paradise for young skiers
Mount Aigoual is remarkable for its panorama, its climate and the weather observatory built between 1887 and 1894
Saint-Guilhem-le-Desert, Great Site of France
At 45 minutes from your hotel.
La Grande Motte, the unusual, XXth Century Heritage
At 20 minutes from your hotel. With her buildings shaped as pyramids reminiscent of Teotihuacan in Mexico, La Grande Motte has put her extravagant architecture in the...
Aigues Mortes: City of St. Louis
At 33km from the hotel in the Petite Camargue.
Palavas-les-Flôts et Villeneuve-les-Maguelone
Since ancient times, Palavas was the port and then the beach of Montpellier.
Lake Salagou escape to an unusual natural land
For nature lovers, fans of slides, music lovers, foodies, arts and entertainment enthusiasts, anglers, or simply lovers, hikers, mountain-bikers and anyone fond of old stones and "chevalresques" stories ...
MONTPELLIER SAINT-PIERRE CATHEDRAL
At the heart of the old town, come discover the biggest and majestic Languedoc-Roussillon church
Villeneuve-les-Maguelone Island Maguelone, thanks to its defensive position between a pond and the sea, was the headquarters of a catholic Diocese and a prosperous city during the...