At the edge of Provence, Montpellier is ideal for discovering nature and spectacular landscapes.
Located in the hinterland of Montpellier, Pic Saint-Loup is both one of the most beautiful natural sites in the area.
Montpellier is part of the charming, preserved coastline of beaches and marinas of the Mediterranean.
A wealth of wildlife, bulls, horses, flamingos, lakes and paddy fields...
This lake with its red reflections is located near Montpellier and is an ideal natural space for peaceful walks and for water activities.
The Navacelles Cirque provides one of the greatest sights with its superb canyon, the largest in Europe.
The Hérault Gorges remains an unspoilt and particularly wild site, 30 minutes from Montpellier.
Located north of Montpellier, the Cévennes and its National Park provide a mountainous area; a protected landscape dominated by Mont Lozère and Mont Aigoual.
Visit the Pyrénees, a range of high and low peaks where you can enjoy the pleasures of skiing, walking, hiking, biking, climbing...
Winter or Summer alike, discover the Mount Aigoual massif and its ski resort !
A mosaic of atmospheres
Montpellier, festive, mediterranean and creative city...
The tourist office welcomes you from
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Saturday,
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday and public holiday
Our tourist information offices
Lattes : +33 (0)7 72 43 65 08
Villeneuve-lès- Maguelone : 07 87 25 67 45
Castries : +33 (0)4 67 52 04 24