Our towns and villages

S’il ne fallait vous donner que 14 bonnes raisons de venir, chacune d’entre elles porterait le nom d’une des communes de notre territoire ! 
Petits ports de pêche ou villages typiquement languedociens nichés dans la garrigue, partez à la découverte d'un archipel d'ambiances et de lieux singuliers en bordure de la Méditerranée.
Ideal for lovers of seafood and the good life, Bouzigues is a peaceful village where a stopover is a...
Over the centuries, this Mediterranean city has gone through many eventful periods, the memory of ...
Between the pond and the garrigue, this small southern village has unsuspected treasures.  From ...
Located in a natural setting, Villeveyrac is a village that will seduce you. The small coloured ...
Authenticity, local produce, culinary heritage, beaches, festivals: it's all here... Canals ...
Poussan is a typical Languedoc village where life is good. Situated between the garrigues of the ...
Frontignan, the city of Muscat, but not only... Nestled between ancient salt marshes, a 7 km long...
  • Cities :
    • Frontignan
A thousand-year-old village nestled between the hills of La Moure and the Thau Lagoon, Montbazin is ...
At the foot of the Gardiole massif, facing the Mediterranean Sea, lies this small Languedoc village,...
  • Cities :
    • Mireval
Its old pedestrianised centre allows you to stroll leisurely through the picturesque streets. ...
  • Cities :
    • Vic-la-Gardiole
Located on the historic route to Santiago de Compostela or Cami Romieux, the fortified village of ...
Thermalism, well-being, beaches on the edge of the lake, water sports, will find their echo in the ...
Balaruc-le-Vieux is a typical Languedoc village. In its old town centre you will discover, in the ...
Come and escape to Mèze, a dynamic little town along the Thau lagoon. The oldest town in our ...