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1st April - 24th Sept
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34400 LUNEL - FRANCE
First of all Villetelle and the archeological site of Ambrussum. Further north, St Christol and the wine center of attraction Viavino. Finally Sommières known for its medieval center. Further west, Castries, just a step from Montpellier. In the East Vergèze and Perrier water.
The pont du Gard classified in the UNESCO world heritage. Uzès the charm and the authenticity of the medieval alleys and the secret gardens, the elegance of the shaded places, and the freshness of the fountains.
Anduze: the threshold of the Cévennes
The city is known for its zinc foundry, its potteries the famous vases of Anduze, its castle from the 16th Century. Nowadays, the tourism plays a very important role in the economy of the region, the station is used by the tourist railroad, the steam train of the Cévennes. The tourist train serves usually three stations: Anduze, Saint-Jean-du-Gard, an the Bamboo plantation of Prafrance..
St Jean du Gard
St Jean du Gard is situated at the heart of the Cévennes mountains in a green setting made of oaks and chestnut trees. Its particular exposure allows it to enjoy a Mediterranean microclimate and its sweetness is appreciated by all the visitors.
On the West of Montpellier
The lake of Salagou at 30 minutes drive from Montpellier is an artificial lake which color amazes. You can practice many activities: mountain bike, horse riding, hiking, bathing, water sports.
On the northwest of Montpellier
The Grotte de Clamouse and the Pont du Diable in border of the Gorges de l'Hérault, (bathing, canoe). Saint Guilhem le Désert in the heart of the Gorges de l'Hérault. The Cirque de Navacelles an ecological and geologic marvel.
On the North of Montpellier
The Pic St Loup between scrublands, pine forests and vineyards. The Grotte des Demoiselles is equipped with the first underground tourist funicular of Europe.