Saint Nazaire’s Cathedral

This baroque Cathedral was classified as an historic monument since 1840. In the distance, it is possible to see it, due to its location and its massive bell tower which reaches 48m of height.

The Cathedral is decorated with gargoyles and there is wrought iron on the windows. What is the most remarkable of this historic monument is the 10-meters rose window which lets the visitors open-mouthed.

Canal du Midi

Béziers is a perfect place to begin the Canal du Midi’s route by boat or bicycle. Also named the two seas canal, it joins together the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.

With more than 400 000 visits the past year, the Forseranes locks ranks third in the most visited places of the region, behind the Pont du Gard and the Cité de Carcassonne.


Close to Béziers, there are exceptional beaches to enjoy your stay in family such as the Sérignan and Valras beaches.



The Nocturne des Halles

The Nocturne des Halles

From 3rd November 2016 to 29th June 2017

Every first Thursday of month, The Halles transform and achieve a summer holiday with the sound of the music, local gastronomy and tapas.

Gérald De Palmas

Gérald De Palmas

The 2nd May 2017

After a tour of 70 concerts in 2014, Gérald De Palmas returns in 2016 with a new album "La beauté du geste".

Spectacles arènes de Béziers

Spectacles arènes de Béziers

From 19th to 21th June

Béziers’s town organizes summer concerts with well-known artists such as Michel Sardou, Christophe Mae, Soprano and Stars 80. You would not want to miss this!


Nîmes was born in the sixth century BC.​​​​​​​​

Montpellier is the place to discover a booming city. Also, it is ​close to some of the most famous world heritage monuments and sites. ​​

In the Middle Ages, Perpignan was the economic, political and cultural centre of the Mediterranean.




14 bis, boulevard de Verdun​
34500 Béziers​​