CIRQUE DE NAVACELLES
Geological curiosity shaped by 6000,000 years of patient labour. From the top of the 3 viewpoints in Blandas, the panorama offered on one of the largest canyons in Europe, 300 metres deep, is as striking as the contrast offered by the surrounding landscape. The climb to the plateau is unique. Between dolomitic chaos and desert expanses, the caussenard steppes offer to the amazed visitor an unexpected change of scenery. Visit the hamlet of Navacelles, to admire the view in the heart of the cirque and take advantage of this break to refresh yourself in its restaurants and in the waterfall. Very nice hikes on this site!
SAINT-GUILHEM LE DESERT
One of the most beautiful villages in France, classified as a Unesco World Heritage Site. The legend of the Devil's Bridge is not the only legend about Guilhem, St-Guilhem hides many mysteries that you will have the pleasure of discovering if you let yourself be seduced by the desire to visit this place. We advise you to start the day with a canoe trip. At the Devil's Bridge, you can cool off in the waters of the Hérault and then have a picnic on the beach. Unless you prefer to start your day in Saint-Guilhem in one of its restaurants or guinguettes and end up walking through its narrow streets and shops. Sounds interesting, right ? Do not read any more legends, come and discover the village with by yourself !
The 9 locks of Fonseranes, a favourite place of the Biterrois. The gigantic work of Louis XIV's architect, Pierre-Paul Riquet, is an exceptional series of 9 locks and 8 basins which allow you to cross a difference in level of more than 21 metres over a length of 300m. The Fonseranes locks are the third most visited tourist site in Languedoc-Roussillon. Many cruises are available.