L’Auberge du Somail has always put its craftsmen and producers in the spotlight…Right next to the Canal du Midi, you can enjoy French cuisine, with regional products. Although I personally like the ‘Moules grantinées’;-). Feel free to go a little earlier to walk around in Le Somail. The bookshop with old books is also worth a visit.
Peyriac-de-Mer is well known for its salt production (not used anymore) and its wonderful walks ‘on the water’!
La maison vigneronne is a family restaurant. Back to basics: good food for a good price. No hassle with wine choices: the bottle on the table and enjoy! Hélène is a very friendly hostess. She will certainly do her utmost to help you where she can. Do not expect a high class setting! You take your place in the garden at the plastic tables and chairs as many have at home. You immediately feel at home here. As already mentioned: back to basics. By the way, the aperitif and the wine from the village are included in your menu! Definitely recommended if you can appreciate a no nonsense dinner.
The Cirque de Navacelles is a large cauldron that lies at the southern edge of the Massif Central
Saint Guilhem le Désert is located in Occitania in the south of France. The village has a long history and one of the most beautiful in France.
Lac du Salagou is a 700-hectare reservoir of the Salagou River near the towns of Clermont-l’Hérault and Liausson.
The Cirque de Mourèze is known for its special rock formations. It’s a hiking experience!
Mediterranean shellfish farming was born in Sète in 1875. The absence of tides in the Mediterranean has imposed specific techniques: suspension breeding achieved through “tables” made of rails supporting sleepers and crossed poles.