-Clos d’Elle evenings: every Friday in summer: tastings, food trucks, concerts and Dj mixes in the vineyards.

-La “fête de la garrigue” at Montbazin: in June, shows and events focusing on biodiversity.

-“Les assiettes gourmandes” (“the greedy plates”) in Montbazin in June, an evening meal with the “paniers de Thau” short-circuit producers.

-La fête des arts et des jeux (“the arts and games”) festival: in May, 3 days of shows, concerts, games and entertainment.

-Bandido in Montbazin: traditional cow release in the streets.

-Toro piscine (Bull & pool) in Montbazin: every Thursday evening at the Arènes (bullrings), with barbecues and refreshments.

-Fête de la Saint Louis: in Sète, at the end of August; famous jousts on boats, and various entertainments.
Fiesta Sète: in Sète, music festival at the Théâtre de la mer; quality line-up.
Jazz à Sète: in Sète, mid-July: jazz festival at the Théâtre de la mer.

-Escale à Sète: every 2 years in April, a gathering of old sailing ships.

-Worldwide festival: in Sète in July: Techno music.

-Printival à Pézenas: in April, music festival in honor of Boby Lapointe a famous French singer of the 50’s.

-Quand je pense à Fernande: in Sète, late June, music festival, quality line-up.

-Voix vives, in Sète: in July, poetry festival.

-FIRN, Frontignan: International Black Novel Festival, July.

-Festival des vins, in Aniane, in July.

-Festithau, in Mèze, in July, music festival.


Less than 25 minutes from the guesthouse…


-Wineries and estates: see our “wine tourism” section.

-The heart of Montbazin village and its historical circuit (departure from the salle polyvalente parking lot).

-Chapelle St Pierre: in Montbazin, 11th century.

-Moulin de Juffet: Montbazin, 15th century.

-Valmagne Abbey: Villeveyrac, 12th century, Gothic, cellar and restaurant.

– Paul Valéry museum: Sète, paintings, drawings, books.

-Espace Georges Brassens: Sète, museum in tribute to Georges Brassens.

-Visit of Les Halles de Sète (main covered market of Sète): local produce, refreshment stands, restaurants.

-the mount St Clair in Sète: exceptional panoramic view of the Bassin de Thau.

-Old town of Montpellier: restaurants, cafés, shops.

– Fabre museum of Montpellier: French and European art since the 15th century.

-Lunaret Zoo: Montpellier, 1100 animals, 80 hectares, free.

-Cathédrale of Maguelone: Villeneuve les Maguelones, 12th century, Romanesque style.

25 to 45 minutes from the guesthouse …


– Salagou lake: walks, bike rides, boat trips, restaurants, water sports.

– The water falls of the Vis river: breathtaking spectacle with swimming and walking. Parking

– St Guilhem le Désert: one of France’s most beautiful villages, restaurants, stores.

– Fonséranes locks: Béziers, 18th century, major work on the Canal du Midi.

– Clamouse cave: St Jean de Fos.

– Cirque de Navacelles: Larzac, listed site.