|Most expensive month:||August|
|Average price in Hérault:||$100/night|
|Cheapest price found:||$22/night|
|Most expensive day:||Friday|
ibis budget Montpellier Centre Millénaire
25 Rue Des Frères Lumière, Montpellier, Hérault, France
B&B Hôtel Montpellier Centre Le Millénaire
1211 Rue De La Vieille Poste, Montpellier, Hérault, France
Best Western Plus Hotel Comedie Saint-Roch
6 Et 8, Rue Jules Ferry, Montpellier, Hérault, France
Brit Hotel Montpellier Parc Expo
Avenue Georges Frêche, Pérols, Hérault, France
Domaine De Verchant
1 Boulevard Philippe Lamour, Castelnau-le-Lez, Hérault, France
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Stretching along the Mediterranean Sea, Herault is a scenic department in the Occitanie region of Southern France. It encompasses the lively cities of Montpellier and Beziers, as well as several spa towns, coastal resorts and villages, including three that have been listed among Les Plus Beaux Villages de France.
Historically-rich towns, stunning nature reserves and endless stretches of beach - the Herault Department is a gem of Southern France.
Get cultured in Montpellier. Centred around the Neoclassical-inspired Antigone district, Montpellier is the main cultural hub of Herault. Stroll the Esplanade de l’Europe and gaze up the conical towns of the Cathédrale Saint-Pierre before getting your artistic fix at the impressive Musée Fabre.
Visit the UNESCO-listed Saint-Guilhem-le-Desert Abbey. Located along the Way of St. James, Saint-Guilhem-le-Desert is a medieval village overlooking the steep-sided Gorges De L’Herault. It’s famed for its Benedictine abbey, which was founded in 804 by William of Gellone and is said to house a relic from the cross on which Jesus was crucified.
Escape to Haut-Languedoc Regional Nature Park. Encompassing dense forests, granite massifs and picturesque vineyards, this natural wonderland is the ideal setting for hiking, biking and horseback riding. Cast a fishing line to see what’s biting in the Agout river or take a dip in one of the sparkling lakes. Keep your eyes peeled for eagles, otters and wild mouflon sheep.
Cruise the Canal du Midi. Stretching from Toulouse to the Mediterranean Sea, this 240-kilometre-long canal was constructed in the 17th century and was designated as the Royal Canal during the French Revolution. It passes several historic villages and medieval bridges along its tree-lined route, as well as the ancient town of Beziers and its 13th-century cathedral.
Montpellier–Méditerranée Airport is the main aviation gateway to the department and is a 15-minute drive from Montpellier. Trains connect south-west from here to Beziers while buses access smaller towns and villages throughout the region.
Montpellier, Agde, and Sète are some of the most favored places to stay in Hérault.
ibis budget Montpellier Nord is a very popular hotel in Hérault with a score of 7.8 from 2,183 reviews. Best Western Plus Hotel Comedie Saint-Roch (8.2 from 2,699 reviews) and Crowne Plaza Montpellier - Corum (7.9 from 1,847 reviews) are also highly rated Hérault hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.