Top 10 visits and activities to do in Hérault
Discover the essential activities and visits for your camping holiday in Hérault.
- The Place de la Comédie in Montpellier
- The Luna Park in Cap d'Agde
- The Lake of Salagou in Salagou
- The Thau lagoon between Sète and Marseillan
- The Europark at Vias Plage
- The Devil's Bridge in Aniane
- The 9 locks of Fonseranes in Béziers
- The Garden of Saint-Adrien in Servian
- The Ambrussum in Villetelle
- The Cave of Clamouse in Saint-Jean-de-Fos
The Place de la Comédie in Montpellier
Unmissable, this vast square is the perfect starting point for walking around the historic center. Admire the sumptuous 19th-century buildings that surround it and the pretty Three Graces fountain. Its warm atmosphere, enlivened by demonstrations by street artists, makes it the ideal place to sit on a terrace in summer.
The Luna Park in Cap d’Agde
Enjoy countless activities in a beautiful amusement park spanning 5 ha. Designed for children and adults alike, you can have fun on the merry-go-rounds as well as introducing you to games of skill or chance. Colorful evenings are offered to prolong the pleasure.
The Lake of Salagou in Salagou
It is the idyllic place for a family outing or to relax. Hiker, mountain biker or simple walker wishing to enjoy the sun, you can travel in peace the 28 km along the shore of the lake, a true oasis of calm. Savor the range of colors and the striking reliefs of the landscape.
The Thau lagoon between Sète and Marseillan
Near the Mediterranean, go to this dream lagoon where sky and sea seem to merge. Serving as an oyster and shellfish park for 2 millennia, this pond is the largest in Languedoc-Roussillon. It is suitable for practicing nautical activities such as windsurfing, kite-surfing or sea kayaking.
The Europark at Vias Plage
Come and have fun in this exceptional fairground, where more than 80 original attractions are waiting for you! Whether you are a couple, family or friends, from the peaceful carousel to the adrenaline-pumping roller coaster, there is something for everyone, from the most timid to the thrill-seeker.
The Devil’s Bridge in Aniane
Dating from the 11th century and listed as a World Heritage Site by Unesco, discover this magnificent Romanesque bridge made up of 2 gigantic arches. Located at the gateway to the Gorges de l’Hérault and easily accessible, it will offer you a breathtaking panorama. It is the perfect site for a supervised swim or canoeing.
The 9 locks of Fonseranes in Béziers
Guided tour by audio guide on foot or by bike, viewing of splendid images in an immersive cinema, you will learn all about the history of these locks. Want to navigate? Immediately embark on the Canal du Midi and relax enjoying the view. Want to have fun? Discover the site by doing a real treasure hunt.
The Garden of Saint-Adrien in Servian
Located in a medieval quarry, this exceptional landscaped garden has 4 bodies of water. The shimmering stones stand side by side with a multitude of plant species, pines, palms … Rest in the shade of the willows to feel the impression of magic and peace that emanates from them and contemplate the varieties of flowers bursting with color.
The Ambrussum in Villetelle
Lovers of old stones, travel to the past by visiting this incredible archaeological site located in a protected area. Take a short tour of the museum to learn more about its history and then walk the path freely, on a guided tour or in a fun way, in survey or treasure hunt mode.
The Cave of Clamouse in Saint-Jean-de-Fos
A must on your tourist circuit: the discovery of a fantastic underground landscape. With family, friends or in a group, explore it on a guided tour or on a sporting route that is both fun and informative, or opt for an original visit in the form of a treasure hunt and puzzles to be solved.