When you come on holiday to Languedoc in the south of France, by the Mediterranean, there are several ways to get here.
The airports of Montpellier and Béziers have international flights.
The TGV high-speed rail network serves Montpellier, Sète, Béziers and Agde.
You can reach Hérault via two motorways.
North African ferries sail to the port of Sète.
Palavas, Frontignan, La Grande Motte and Cap d'Agde have yacht marinas.


Air links to Montpellier airport:

Ajaccio (2 flights per week) -  Algiers (1 flight per week) - Basel Mulhouse (3 flights per week) - Birmingham (2 flights per week) - Brussels Zaventem (3 flights per week) - Brussels Charleroi (4 flights per week) - Casablanca (6 flights per week) - Copenhagen  (4 flights per week) - Düsseldorf (1 flight per week) - Fez (2 flights per week) - Frankfurt (5 flights per week) - Munich (2 flights per week) - Leeds Bradford (2 flights per week) - Lille (2 flights per day) - London (4 flights per day) - Lyon (3 flights per day) - Nador (1 flight per week) - Nantes (4 flights per day) - Oran (1 flight per week) - Paris (12 flights per day) - Rome (5 flights per week) - Rotterdam (4 flights per week) - Strasbourg (4 flights per day)

All incoming flight information for Montpellier Airport

Flights to Béziers Cap d'Agde

Paris Beauvais (6 flights per week) - Oslo (3-4 flights per week) - Bristol (4 flights per week) - Edinburgh (4 flights per week) - Stockholm (2 flights per week) - London (4 flights per week) - Düsseldorf (2 flights per  week) - Manchester (4 flights per  week).

All incoming flight information for Béziers Cap d'Agde Airport

By train

There are direct TGV rail connections from Paris (Gare de Lyon) 3 hours 20 mins, Lille 5 hours 30 mins, Marseilles and Lyon.

There are also direct TGV rail links from Geneva, Brussels and Barcelona.

The TER local rail network provides links between the various towns and cities of Languedoc.


  • From the north: the A9 motorway will take you along the Rhone valley from Lyon, or you can take the A75 motorway from Clermont-Ferrand. The A75 route is toll-free (apart from the Millau Viaduct).

  • From the south: you can take the A9 motorway from Spain and Barcelona.

  • From the west: the A61 motorway brings you via Toulouse and Narbonne.

  • From the east: the A54 will take you through the Camargue from Marseilles.

    There is a good local road network throughout the whole of Languedoc.

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