During your stay in the Hérault valley we will be at your disposal to help you discover
all there is to see and do around Le Grand Pic Saint Loup area.
A typical Mediterranean landscape, our region is reknown for its wine, olive groves,
pastoral and cultural heritage, local traditions and breathtaking views.
MEDIEVAL VILLAGES AND SO MUCH MORE
You’ll be amazed by the wealth of sites and villages to visit ….... The caves of
Demoiselles and Clamouse, the prehistoric site of Cambous, the glassmakers of
Claret, the cheese cellars of Roquefort, the house of pottery “Argileum”…
Delight in a stroll through one of the many picturesque medieval villages ... Saint
Guilhem le Dessert, Saint Martin de Londres, Les Matelles, and Saint Jean de
Buegès to name just a few…
The colorful and lively markets of the region are definitely a “must-to-do”! You may
opt for Ganges on Friday, Saint Gély du Fesc or Saumière on Saturday or Saint
Martin de Londres on Sunday…all will be a feast for the eyes and a delight for the
Be sure to taste the local products and specialties….the Lucque or Picholine olives,
oils or tapenade… the thyme or romarin goat cheeses….the various honeys and
syrups embodying the aromas of the garrigue.
NATURE AND OUTDOOR SPORTS
For nature lovers, you will be amazed by the kaleidoscope of landscapes and
outdoor activities Le Grand Pic Saint Loup has to offer ..... numerous walks and hikes and trails await you, be it on foot, horseback or mountain bike…
For sports enthusiasts and thrill-seekers there are many opportunities as
well…kayaking and canoeing, rock-climbing, gliding sports, caving, accrobranching,
golf and more!
Wine enthusiasts will be enchanted by the opportunities to taste the exceptionnal wines, les « Vins du Languedoc » originating from 3 terroirs :
Les Grès de Montpellier
Les Terrasses du Larzac
Le Pic Saint Loup