Languedoc

 

Blue Flag Beaches

As you would expect from its proximity to the Mediterranean, there's a huge choice of beaches in the area. The largest resort in the area is Cap d’Agde, a 25 minute drive from Pézenas. We can recommend the Grau d'Agde beach resort with playground and lots of restaurants nearby, or Tamarissiere, a beautiful unspoilt and family-friendly beach (shallow, flat calm). Portiragnes Plage is one of the most impressive beaches in the region, with a variety of beach shops, beach bars and snack places nearby. All beaches 20/25 minutes drive from the house.

Pézenas Town

Pézenas is a beautifully-preserved medieval town with authentic French character and charm. Fantastic Saturday market, lots of restaurants, traditional bakeries, cafés and wine bars. Every Friday during Summer, there is a popular street party called "Les Estivales". Live music, local food and wine producers are all on display. Don't miss it for a wonderful atmospheric evening. 

Markets


Pézenas Saturday market is considered the best in the region. Great food abounds. Don't miss it wherever you choose to stay.

Canal du Midi

The world famous Canal, and UNESCO Heritage site is unmissable - you can cycle along the pathways, enjoy a waterside picnic, and even cycle from Beziers to the beach at Portiragnes - only 18km. So very French and picturesque.

Cycling/Scenery


Very scenic French roads around local area some small roads, some amazing views and off the beaten track. We have suggested routes, maps and plenty of advice on how to get the most out of cycling in this dream area! Vineyards, quiet country roads, stunning scenery.

Horse riding

A large number of trekking stables within 5km radius of the town. (Check Pézenas tourist office website for contact details).

Lac de Salagou

A stunning inland lake 25 mins drive north of Pezenas.

Kids Entertainment

Treat your kids to a day out at the Aqualand Water Park in nearby Cap d'Agde. Get here early in July and August to enjoy the best slides in the region. There's also Dinosaur Land, on the road to Montagnac, a scenic 10 minute drive, Planetarium (Montpellier), Aquarium (Montpellier or La Grande Motte), Espace Grand Blu (Indoor & outdoor Pool complex and recreation areas in La Grande Motte). La Forêt d'Acrobates - check out their website, looks fun!

Shopping


Don't miss the Odyesseum Shopping Centre in Montpellier (exit 29) - Zara, H&M, Mango and many more. Great restaurants, Cinema, Aquarium, Bowling, etc.

Montpellier itself is known as the Paris of the South, a well-deserved title. It's simply beautiful, chic, young and friendly.

Aigues Mortes/Camargue


A one hour drive, well worth a visit - very pretty historic town, take a long lunch and enjoy. You can go up the big tower and walk around the ramparts. Spot the flamingos on the way!

Carcassonne


Very beautiful, medieval castle, a huge tourist attraction (there is a car park near the main entrance). Lots of shops and restaurants.

Highlights
  • 2 Bedroom Villa, sleeps 5
  • Secure, Gated Domaine, Private Parking
  • Unlimited Free Wifi
  • Shared Pool Area May-Sept
  • Spacious Garden Terrasse
  • Easy walk to centre of town
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