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From Faugères (Hérault 34), you will discover the country of Oc (Occitania). To the North: the Cévennes, the mountains of the Massif Central. To the South: The Mediterranean Sea and in between the marvellous villages and nature reserves of Languedoc Roussillon.

Le cirque de Navacelles more info

The cirque de Navacelles (France) is a naturally occurring cirque (or head of a valley) formed by a meander cut-off of the river La Vis, the hamlet of Navacelles is situated near an intersection highlighted by a waterfall.

La Vis has dug out impressive canyons between the Causse du Larzac in the South (Saint-Maurice, Navacelles, Hérault) and the Causse de Blandas in the North (Blandas, Gard). The cirque de Navacelles is a member of the Grands Sites de France networ.

Saint-Guilhem-le Désert more info

At the heart of the Gorges of Hérault, in Val de Gellone, the medieval city of Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert stretches out its lanes along a green landscape, following the undulations of the Verdus stream. The village with its winding roads under the Languedoc sunshine was built over 12 centuries ago

Even though these houses, with their tiled roofs polished by the sun and the weight of the passing years, are not all different, they all have the traces of their past: arches, lintel, mullioned windows...
Constructed around the Abbey of Gellone, the village, which has preserved a strong medieval impression, constitutes a combination of rare harmony in Languedoc.

The cirque (amphitheatre) de Mourèze more info

The cirque of Mourèze is located in the commune of Mourèze in the Hérault department. Its neighbours are the Salagou Lake and the village of Vileneuvette. It is an amphitheatre of dolomite rock where the erosion has fashioned a landscape of strange rock forms.

The rocks have names: The Sphinx, the Guardian, the Oracle, the Bear and the Shepherd, the Blast Furnace, Cerberus, the Watchman’s Tower, the Breccia Tower, the Henhouse Tower, etc...

La vallée de l’Héric more info

The valley of Héric, commonly known as the Gorges d’Héric on the downstream part, is a highly touristic area in the nature reserve of Haut-Languedoc.
The stream that created the gorges takes on many names over its course.

Named the “Epinouse stream” upstream of the valley, the source comes from the heart of the Caroux-Espinousse nature reserve for wild animals, at the foot of Mont de l’Espinouse (1012 m). The name then becomes the Vialais stream when it passes under the bridge of the same name. At the foot of the Roc Fourvat, the incised meanders become a succession of water holes that are conducive to Canyoning learning.

The Faugères Mills more info

Faugères Mills(16th century) the township of Bédarieux The windmills of Faugères were built in the 16th century in a place called “Les Trois Tours” (The Three Towers), using old Gallo-Roman watchtowers as the foundations.

The three grain mills were restored in the 90’s, but only one of the three was rebuilt identically, using the original millstones of the 19th century.
A viewpoint indicator is available in one of the towers of the other mills.

The Millau Viaduct more info

The Millau viaduct is a cable stayed bridge crossing the Tarn valley, in the department of Aveyron, in France.

It carries the A75 motorway, it joins the Causse Rouge and the Causse du Larzac by crossing a gap of 2,460 metres in length and 270 meters in depth at the highest point, in a fantastic landscape and with winds that can get up to over 200km/h.

The Golf Course of Lamalou les Bains more info

A 9 hole golf course at Lamalou les Bains, ideally situated on the edge of a river, it offers great moments of sport and leisure as much for beginners as well as the more experienced players.

Distances: Béziers airport 50Km // Béziers 38 Km // Montpellier 85 Km // Bédarieux 9Km

Grotte des Demoiselles more info

During your visit come and discover the giant stalagmites and stalactites calcite flow, huge columns, and translucent draperies that impressed the inventors of modern speleology

Known as the Cathedral of Abysses, equipped with the first underground funicular railway in Europe, you can relax in our new visitor centre and make the most of the panoramic view from the terrace in an enchanting environment.

Roquebrun more info

Roquebrun is located in the mountains and is a part of the natural reserve of Haut-Languedoc. The commune includes several hamlets, of which the most important are Ceps, Escagnès and Laurenque (go to the hamlet section).

30km North of Béziers, on the edge of the river Orb, protected from the North wind by the mountain range of Esquirol, Roquebrun, also known as the “Nice of Hérault”, enjoys a micro climate which enables citrus fruit and other exotic plants to grow outside naturally.

Pézenas more info

The land of Art and History of Pézenas was officially recognised in 2002; it regroups 8 communes: Adissan, Aumes, Caux, Cazouls d’Hérault, Montagnac, Nizas, Pézenas and Saint Pons de Mauchiens. The idea of heritage is taken in a broad sense: Monuments, heritage built in the Middle Ages up to the 21st century, nature and industrial heritage.

The ancient town classed as a protected site, the residences dating back to the Middle Ages and its private mansions of the 17th and 18th centuries. Visit the collegiate church of Saint Jean and its treasure or the Vulliod-Saint Germain museum and Molière’s armchair.

Carcassonne more info

Located at the heart of the Toulouse – Montpellier – Barcelona triangle, from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean, from the Cévennes to the Pyrenees chain of mountains source of spring water for Aude, Carcassonne flourishes in the lowland plains and invites you to discover its twists and turns.

You can simply stroll freely along the roads and let yourself be seduced as much by the architecture as by the local people of Carcassonne or if you prefer a guided tour by our guide-interpreter passionate about keeping the memories of their town alive.

Karting de Caussiniojouls more info

Kart Racing at Caussiniojouls in Hérault offers a circuit of 1100 m long and 8 m wide, it is only 20 km away from Béziers, near the communes of Laurens, Faugères and Bédarieux. Make the most of the panoramic view of the track on the terrace and the delicious snack bar

Our track is approved by the FFSA 1st category, and we have at our disposition a F1 type timing system.

Montpellier more info

Montpellier is on the Mediterranean coast, it is the 8th biggest city in France, you will be impressed by its gentleness, its thirst for culture and its sense of fun… Highlighted by emblematic places of our heritage, the guided visits are like the treasure chest for these architectural jewels, still very much ignored.

The Montpellier region, like all the coastline of the Mediterranean between the Alps and the Pyrenees, is a very ancient land of settlers and passers-by.

Sète more info

With canals that run through the city, the Mont Saint Clair which offers an exceptional panoramic view as far as the Pyrenees, a fishing port in the city centre, 12 km of beaches, Sète most certainly has everything for a characteristic and surprising discovery.

Communal buildings and edifices, public education, highways, celebrations and ceremonies… These have all been around from as far back as the 18th century up to the present day.