Comédie square

A must-see in Montpellier, the Place de la Comédie offers a pleasant atmosphere with its numerous taverns and restaurants with sunny terraces.

The historic city centre is located around this square, featuring medieval streets brimming with artists and places to shop like local stores and prestigious boutiques.

The Triumphant Arch

Built in 1692, Montpellier's Arc du Triomphe draws inspiration from the entrance gates to the ancient city of Paris.

This monument was built where a gate crossing the old walls used to stand, and painted ochre and yellow and crowned by a royal blue coat of arms. The top of the building offers an incredible view of Montpellier and its surroundings.

Fabre Museum

With over 800 major pieces, the Musée Fabre has one of the most important fine arts collections in France and Europe.

The modern and contemporary collections of the recently refurbished Fabre museum take the visitor through the history and world of Beaux Arts. The museum is located at the Hotel Massillian.



The tennis Open Sud de France

The tennis Open Sud de France

From the 30th January to 6th February

The greatest tennis players are eager to come back to Montpellier, year after year, to register their name in the history of the tournament.

Comédie du livre: book fair

Comédie du livre: book fair

From May 13th to 22nd

Book fair that is installed in the majestic squares of Montpellier. Strolling through the city we will have the opportunity to meet prestigious authors.


Found at the heart of a natural park and near the coast, the city of Narbonne is in a pleasant geographical location, surrounded by a magnificent natural environment with vineyards.​​​

Nîmes was born in the 6th century BC. It's a city with centuries of history, architecture and art.​​

At the heart of Provence, Avignon is a medieval city that has maintained a rich religious heritage with scores of churches, chapels, and the famous Palais des Papes.​​