at 20 km from the hotel

Placed between the blue of the Etang de Thau and that of the Mediterranean, Sète is connected to the land by two narrow strips of sand. Nicknamed "the singular island" or "the Venice of the South", it also benefits from the attraction of a fishing port in the heart of the city. Here, the colors and accents have the flavor of Italy, as does the cuisine. Among the culinary specialties you will taste the monkfish in bourride, the macaronade, the stuffed mussels without forgetting the tielle. Some districts claim their character, whether you are from the upper district or the short point, people talk loudly and, along the quays, where the traditional Saint Louis jousts are held, in August, the knights of the times moderns, armed with lances and bulwarks, defend their color. Art lovers will not miss the exhibitions at the Paul Valéry museum and the Georges Brassens space will welcome fans of the artist.


at 18 km from the hotel

Twenty kilometers from Mèze, Pézenas combines the arts: from dance to music and theatre. In 1650, Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, alias Molière stayed there for 3 months to entertain the Estates General of Languedoc and many people from Piscé will inspire the man of the theater for some of his characters. The city attracts antique dealers, it has a large concentration and annual fairs take place from May to October. At the bends of the alleys, many craft shops make the reputation of the city. A museum Boby Lapointe, the other illustrious character of Pézenas, pays homage to the composer of "the mother of fish" and an annual musical festival is dedicated to him. On the culinary side, the small pâtés of Pézenas, an exquisite combination of sweet and savory as well as its berlingots.


at 35 km from the hotel

A university town, Montpellier is regularly placed at the top of the rankings on the quality of life. L'Ecusson, a historic district, remains the lung of the city thanks to its pedestrian streets that invite you to stroll. The narrow streets, lined with discreet private mansions, the Peyrou gardens, the Place de la Comédie without forgetting the Antigone district, the work of Ricardo Boffil, the choice is very vast. The Fabre museum is a showcase for the works of Courbet and Delacroix, not forgetting the room devoted to Soulages. Shopping enthusiasts will not be disappointed with the Polygone shops as well as those of Odysseum. The trams linking north to south and east to west, with their flashing colors, designed by the greatest designers, allow you to discover this “city on the move” without stress.


at 60 km from the hotel

Fortress city, built by Saint-Louis, Aigues-Mortes hides treasures protected by its ramparts which surround it for 1600 meters. Stroll through the city through the art galleries, discover the Chapel of the White Penitents and that of the Gray Penitents and taste the wine of the sands produced by the Listel estates.


at 85 km from the hotel

Breathtaking, the vis, a local river, took 2 to 3 million years to make its way through the limestone, between the two causses. The result, today, is this unique canyon dug over 27 km long and 800 meters wide from one edge of the plateau to the other. In the background, the village of Navacelles seems very small.


at 55 km from the hotel

On the road to Santiago de Compostela, Saint Guilhem the desert stretches between rockeries and hills. Gellone Abbey, a pure jewel of Romanesque art, houses a piece of the cross of Christ and the relics of Guilhem. Nature lovers will be spoiled for choice between hiking, mountain biking, swimming and canoeing in the Hérault gorges.


at 45 km from the hotel

“The big red” as it is called, created in 1969, this artificial lake has swallowed up hamlets, it is said that in high winds you can hear the bell of the sunken church ringing. But 40 years after the impoundment of the site, there reigns here a little air of paradise and the colors of the whole rival those of naive art.


at 40 km from the hotel

241 km between Toulouse and the Mediterranean, this water mirror under the plane trees, built by Pierre-Paul Riquet has been listed as a World Heritage Site since 1996. This holiday route, open from April to October, is punctuated by works of art: the round lock of Agde, the 9 locks of Fonséranes in Béziers.