Our region, in a particularly mild and temperate climate, is an exceptional geographical location with multiple attractions

Pic Saint Loup

The Pic Saint-Loup is a mountain in the Occitane region located on the edge of the municipalities of Valflaunes and Cazevieille, in the department of Herault.

Visible from the sea and located about twenty kilometers from Montpellier, Pic Saint Loup is beloved by all who visit the region, and the breathtaking views it offers on the region will entirely seduce you.

A must to discover every vantage point!

The vineyards of Hérault

Grenache, Syrah, Mouvèdre, Cinsault, Carignan ... The grape varieties and wines of the Hérault have a unique character and are the subject of an obligatory passage to discover the wonders of the region. Let yourself be tempted by the wide choice of vineyards and sites to discover, visit and admire.

The Pic Saint Loup appellation wines are an experience that you will enjoy to the fullest.


Fabre Museum, Place de la Comédie, Place du Peyrou ... The beautiful tourist treasures of the famous southern city are at every corner!
Located between sea, vineyards and mountains, the city has everything to please and charm you: A great heritage of history, including cultural and sporting events, and the sweetness of Mediterranean life ...

And a city where you can truly enjoy strolling about!

Les Cévennes

The Cévennes mountain range offers a wide range of visits and activities that will give you the opportunity to fully discover the benefits of unspoilt nature: Mont Bouquet, Pont du Gard, Vézénobres, Anduze, Cirque de Navacelles, Cévennes National Park ...

The sea 

Of course, our proximity to the Mediterranean will give you the opportunity to enjoy the beach, the sun and all its activities. At the timeless Mediterranean!

Let yourself be tempted by the idleness and sweetness of life!

Saint Guilhem le

One of the most beautiful villages in France ...
Describing this territory as 'desert', Guilhem alluded to the absence of man and not of vegetation.
After crossing the gorges of Herault, he decided to settle on the banks of the "Verdus", in the heart of nature made of rough rocks and pure water.
Finding here his salvation for spiritual recovery, he made this valley a spiritual high place, a sanctuary.
This site, hidden in an imposing rocky mountain area, is now world famous.