√ Musee Fabre : - On the west side of Montpellier Old Town, stands the Musée Fabre which showcases a picture gallery consisting of works by old Italian and Dutch painters, as well as older and more modern French masters and fine 18th C. sculptures.
√ Promenade du Peyrou : - Promenade du Peyrou, an elevated park on two levels, dating from the 17th and 18th centuries, offers a splendid view of the Cévennes and the sea. At the intersection of the promenades there is an equestrian statue of Louis XIV, dating back to 1828, while at the western end of the terraces stands a water-tower.
√ Chateau de Castries : - 7 Km long aqueduct draws water for Château de Castries to the grotto garden. Two pools are also filled by the water. Beyond a terrace that is present before the house, is a pool and still further is woodland.
√ Fairy Grotto : - Locally known as Grotte des Demoiselles, this spectacular cave is 120 meters long and 52 meters high. It is full of rich decorations and has been called the "Subterranean Cathedral." There are numerous limestone rocks in exquisite shapes and colorful stalagmites, stalactites, draperies and cascades as well.
There are various other tourist attractions as well which are equally appealing. Some of them include Antigone, Arc de Triomphe, Cathédrale de St Pierre, Corum, Jardin des Plantes, Le Caylar - Labiel Cave, Maguelone and many more.
Montpellier range from 4.05 to 29.8 (Celcius).
he restaurants in our region offer courses that smell of sun and the "garrigue" : the Languedoc bouillabaisse, "supion"-, cuttle-fish- or squid-based ...
approximately 22 square miles / 57 square kilometres