Our towns have an unmistakable southern French accent!
The Mediterranean towns are renowned for their spirit of sharing, diversity and culture.

The towns of southern France always contain squares, the largest of which are often home to an opera. They host colourful markets and restaurants with attractive terraces. In the town centre, the streets are pedestrianized and offer a complete historical overview, from narrow mediaeval streets through to private mansions dating from the 17th century.

  • The Béziers area

    A southern French town situated between the wine producing area on the plains and the Mediterranean, Béziers is crossed by the river Orb and the Canal du Midi.

  • Montpellier and the Petite Camargue

    The southern French town of Montpellier reaches down to the beaches of the Mediterranean and the pools of the Petite Camargue area.

  • The Thau and Pezenas areas

    An "ocean garden" alongside the Mediterranean in southern France. Enjoy the oysters from Bouzigues, contemporary culture in Sète and the vineyards at Pézenas.


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