Tourist Attractions Imprimer Envoyer

On the road to Narbonne (native town of the singer Charles Trenet), the pretty port of Somail, on the Canal du Midi, will tempt you to either take a stroll or a boat trip.

There you will also discover, amongst other things, a Hat Museum with hats by the thousands as well as a Library with an impressive  collection of ancient books.

Nearby, in Bize-Minervois, take a guided tour through the olive groves of l'Oulibo where you will find out all the secrets that lie behind the production of olive oil.

Minerve, classified as one of the most beautiful villages of France, invites you to discover an historic Cathar site as well as geographical characteristics such as the gorge of the Cesse and the natural bridges cut out be the river.

The numerous antique and car boot sales, as well as the pottery markets will invite to saunter along under the shade of the plane trees.

A hike in the nearby garrigue countryside will enable you to discover aromatic plants and flowers of our region.

45 minutes from La Caunette, Béziers, native town of Pierre-Paul Riquet who created the Canal du Midi (UNESCO World Heritage) is worth visiting for its architecture and rich historic past.

On your way to the Pyrénées and Toulouse, a stop-over at the magnificent medieval city of Carcassonne (UNESCO World Heritage) is a must for all history lovers.