Discover the surroundings

The Cirque of Mourèze

These limestone rocks formed there 160 million years erode over the millennia following the various climates who succeeded. The fauna and flora have had to adapt and we find typical sector species Bonelli's eagle, the grand Duke OWL...

At the heart of the circus lies the small village of Mourèze : the narrow streets of the village worth a visit, and its red marble fountain and its houses with exterior stairs features.

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The Lake of Salagou

Salagou Lake is an artificial lake created in the late 60 to allow the irrigation of the surrounding cultures. Classified Natura 2000, It became a staple of the territory is the playground of the hikers, fans of mountain BIKING, photographers or fishing. We can also relax thanks to its bases and other water activities of the banks of Clermont Hérault or Vailhés Bay.

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Vineyards of Cabrières

This small wine village is a founding member of the appellation Coteaux du Languedoc. Its wines are now in denomination of protected origin, and you can taste in many cellars present around.

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The peak of Vissou

It is listed as one of the highest points of the Hérault department (482m), and its natural landscape is a perfect place for hiking. Peak Vissou is also a paragliding spot.

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Discover, in this atypical village, A former royal manufactory, who manufactured sheets of high quality: everything was designed so that workers do not have to leave their workplace: of their apartments to small artisans of proximity, through a church. The town hall offers guided tours all year on fixed dates and reservations, but you can also find it at your own rhythm.

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Viaduc of Millau

World record for height, peaking at 343 meters (higher than the Eiffel Tower), long 2 460 meters, the viaduct touches the Tarn valley in 9 points only.

You can see at just 1 hour 00 drive from the hostel of Val Mourèze.

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City of Pézenas

Pézenas, City of Art since 1950, fits since 2002 at the heart of the country of Art and history, Streets paved, watch towers, mullioned windows, Staples, Jewry, Collegiate, Home consular, mansions illustrate the architectural richness of the city, former capital of the States of Languedoc, which places are marked by the memory of Molière, its governors Montmorency and Conti, what he earned the nickname of "little Versailles of Languedoc..

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Saint Guilhem le Désert, one of the most beautiful villages of France, spiritual step on the way of Saint-Jacques de Compostelle, is a medieval town where you can enjoy the freshness of the Hérault River not far from the Pont du Diable. Vous pourrez vous promener dans ce village atypique, visit the Abbey, but also take advantage of the small villages of potters surroundings and sink you into the famous Cave of Clamouse.

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