Pont du Gard  © Aurélio Rodriguez


Between seaside and hillside, the Camargue and the Cévennes, Montpellier and its region invite you to explore a multitude of prestigious sites.

Enjoy the sweetness of summer days on the beaches of La Grande Motte or marvel at traditional water jousting shows.
Set off on a hike along the mountainside of the Pic Saint-Loup or hop into a canoe and paddle down the Hérault Gorges.
Discover the history of the ramparts of Aigues-Mortes or admire the Navacelles Cirque. Walk along the Canal du Midi, visit the medieval town of Carcassonne or admire the Millau Viaduct.

Travel time from Montpellier:
Aigues-Mortes – 45 min
Bouzigues – 35 min
Maguelone Cathedral – 25 min
Château de Flaugergues – 15 min
La Grande Motte – 25 min
Pont du Gard – 60 min
Nîmes – 45 min
Palavas les Flots – 30 min
Pézenas - 55 min
Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert – 70 min
Sète – 50 min

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Whether you prefer sport, adventure or wide open spaces, Montpellier and its region are sure to delight you.

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