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Best things to do in Hérault

“Originally a church attached to the monastery of Saint-Benoît (founded in 1364), the building was elevated to the status of cathedral in 1536.”
54 locals recommend
“Once inside, you enter a wonderful underwater world. Follow the route and visit the different oceans of the world. In the middle you will find a huge aquarium where you can spot sharks! ”
35 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Le théâtre de Montpellier propose des spectacles et concerts toute l'année !”
33 locals recommend
“Aquarium avec poissons, requins et otaries Aquarium with fish, sharks and sea lions”
33 locals recommend
Amusement Park
“Great water park only 15-20 minutes away. Buy your tickets in the local tourist office in Portiragnes Plage to save queueing and do bring a picnic!.”
26 locals recommend
Art Museum
“Tous simplement génial et unique... A visiter, créer par DI ROSA, artiste originaire de Séte..”
39 locals recommend
Fish Market
“Not exactly a street market, but a fabulous indoor market selling loads of different fish and other local delicacies. ”
44 locals recommend
“amazing bicycle track, horse riding, sailing, windsurf, paddle, beach and amazing pick nick spot”
45 locals recommend
“The most famous square in the city, with beautiful buildings including the opera house and restaurants on the square.”
94 locals recommend
Art Museum
“Ce musée est situé en hauteur face à la mer entouré de grands arbres, c'est un endroit paisible et rafraîchissant”
22 locals recommend
Athletics & Sports
“This lovely little resort is a short drive and has some wonderful restaurants, including those for very special occasions. ”
53 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“Only if you have a car! This beach is probably the wildest one, away from the city. Dunes, and wide beach area.”
32 locals recommend
Farmers Market
“The 9 locks are a beautiful place to take a stroll along the Canal du Midi and enjoy the sunshine :) ”
29 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“A great place in the mountains just north of Beziers. Excellent for swimming in the summer time. Hiking is easy and rewarding here. ”
39 locals recommend
“On the border of the Languedoc and the Cévennes, the water has hollowed out the plateau of Thaurac, creating an underground masterwork. Concretions, stalagmites and stalactites are so beautiful here, that they seem to have been made by man. Still, they have been formed by nature. In the main chamber, also called the Cathedral, you’ll find an immense concretion that seems to represent the Virgin and the Child.”
18 locals recommend
“The cathedral of Beziers is open to the public. The tower can be climbed for a small donation (1 euro). ”
30 locals recommend