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Domaine de Pelican: Unveiling Gignac, Hérault's Charms

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Welcome to Domaine de Pelican, your perfect starting point for exploring the hidden treasures of Gignac, Hérault, in the beautiful Languedoc-Roussillon region. Begin your adventure with a walk along the banks of the Hérault River, where you'll be enchanted by the picturesque landscapes and the tranquility of nature. Hiking enthusiasts will delight in the numerous marked trails, offering breathtaki...See more

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La Trescoulade
41 km

La Trescoulade

From ridge to forest, col (pass) to col, this trail brings the hiker into contact with a great variety of environments and offers uninterrupted panoramic views onto the Arre valley, the Causse de Blandas, the Anjeau mountains and the Trude massif. Walk along the D 189 towards Peyraube. About 50 m after the disused railway bridge, fork left. Take the stone path for 100 m, to a road. Cross it and head towards Blanquefort. Once you are on the D 189, turn left and walk to the sign for Peyraube. As you enter Peyraude, fork left onto a tarred lane that goes uphill and, at the first house, leave this lane to take a track on the left towards Bonnels farm. As you leave Bonnels, the path goes uphill among broom to the Col des Airettes (altitude 970 m). Take a forestry track on the right to the Col des Tempêtes (997 m). There, go right on the Cazebonne road that leads to the Col de l'Homme-Mort. At the second crossroads, turn right to reach the Barrière road. At the sign for La Condamine, walk downhill on the forestry track on the right for 100 m and go through the fence. Take a path through the broom heath on your left heading for Le Garel brook (i.e. westwards), so as to bypass the ridge on its left. After 200 m, you reach a calade (paved track). This skirts Les Ramasses on the left and takes you straight to the ruins of Le Garel. Head back towards the ridge to reach the Rocher de Saint-Peyre. From there, the path zigzags downhill to the ridge that separates Arrigas from Aumessas. It leads to a track, with Peyraube and Blanquefort on the right, and arrives in a landscape of well-maintained fields. Continue between two box hedges. Go straight downhill to Arrigas. The path cuts across the D 189 twice before ending in the village.

6 h
14 km
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VTT N°15 - From La Baraque froide to Fontvive
42 km

VTT N°15 - From La Baraque froide to Fontvive

Along trails, single-track paths and box hedges, gravitate around La Couvertoirade and explore the Larzac Causse rich in landscaped splendours and unexpected technical difficulties!From the car park, go on the track towards south-east to cross the Cazejourdes plain and arrive to the road D55. Cross the road and take the path that is almost in front to ride on a track for about 1km before meeting the road that goes to the “Domaine de Gaillac” (equestrian center, museum of Southern Aveyron Traditions and restaurant).Cross it and continue on a succession of tracks and single-track paths to the road that leads to the famous fortified village of La Couvertoirade (follow it on the left to visit the Templar and hospitaller site).Turn right to get to the D55 and go straight on the road D185 towards “La Pezade” on 700m, then turn right on a track to La Salvetat.  After the beautiful typical farm, leave the road to enter a box hedge, parallel to a track  and continue to “Le Cun” following a series of magnificent box-lined paths.At “Le Cun” turn right and continue on a well-rolling track for 2km until “La Blaquèrerie”. Cross the village to reach the D7.Follow it on the left for 400m then take the right track for 600m before finding a single-track that goes left. Continue on this magnificent path for 1km until "Fontvive", pass in front of the building and go on for 300m.At the junction with the old railway, turn right and continue for 4km, then take the trail on the right to go back to the car park.

2 h
23 km
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Sentier de Camias
42 km

Sentier de Camias

Un sentier à flanc de coteau qui monte et serpente vers la voie de chemin de fer qui suit doucement sa courbe. L’histoire est sous vos pas et autour de vous. Ce paysage façonné par l’homme est le résultat de sa volonté de vivre ici dans des lieux parfois difficiles. Chaque pierre a un souvenir de construction : un mur de soutènement, une maison, une voie de chemin de fer. Ce sentier, écoutez le ! il parle ! Sentier de découverte Venez marcher sur les pas de nos anciens.La montée à l'ombre s'ouvre sur la vallée de l'Hérault par un chemin ancien bien bâti et caladé. Camias et L'Arboux deux hameaux blottis en fond de vallée, sont des lieux chargés d'histoire. Albertine Sarrazin a habité Camias pendant que son mari faisait les 400 coups à Montpellier et L'Arboux le berceau de la reine des pommes et de notre cher oignon doux. Après L'Arboux reprendre la route pour ensuite descendre sur la voie ferrée. Cette voie ferrée a transporté tant de gens et de marchandises par ses ponts et tunnels successifs.Attention à L'Arboux de bien suivre le tracé de la fiche pour revenir par la voie ferrée. Arrivé à la grande maison, ne pas remonter sur la droite, malgré les rectangles jaunes, mais descendre tout droit vers le pont submersible en béton. Départ de Pont d'Hérault  Durée : 3hKilométrage : 8,6kmDifficultés : aucuneDénivelé : 460mBalisage : jaune Retrouvez sur le site Destination Parc National des Cévennes l'itinéraire : sentier de Camias

3 h
8.9 km
Pont d'Hérault 30570 Saint-André-de-Majencoules
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Montpellier pass: visits, activities, museums and transport included
25 km

Montpellier pass: visits, activities, museums and transport included

Discover Montpellier thanks to the City Pass! The convenient, highly recommendable Montpellier City Pass lets you visit anything you want during 24, 48 or 72 hours. It includes admission to museums and attractions of the region. It also offers unlimited access to public transport! Thanks to the Montpellier Pass, experience all the ferment of the city in one single offer! Find out about all of Montpellier's secrets! You will have free access to the following museums, tours and sites for the selected period of time (24, 48 or 72 hours): * Guided Montpellier tour to discover the best of the historic city centre and its hidden spots... * Montpellier old town museum * Pharmacy and Chapelle de la Miséricorde * Gardens of the Flaugergues castle * Amazonian greenhouse and zoological gardens in Lunaret * A game of bowling in Montpellier In addition, this pass will give you many discounts on: the aquarium, the tourist train, souvenir shops, wine, chocolate... But also on amusement and adventure parks around Montpellier, the network of history and archaeology museums and many other museums in the Montpellier region. CLICK HERE [/"http://www.ot-montpellier.fr/_objets/medias/autres/city-card-2015-175.pdf"] to see all free services and discounts included in the Montpellier Pass Finally, you will have unlimited access to public transport (buses, tram) during the selected period. Choose the Montpellier pass for the duration of your choice and make the most of your stay in Montpellier!

Allée Jean de Lattre de Tassigny 34000 Montpellier
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Grand' Hortensia
92 km

Grand' Hortensia

Fully renovated and furnished holiday home for 14 people, just outside the village, 1 minute from the leisure centre. Situated at an altitude of 620 metres, in the Hautes Terres d'Oc, your holiday at Saint-Pierre de Trivisy in the Haut-Languedoc Regional Nature Park. You'll love the friendly locals, the leisure centre ideal for children (and adults too!), the first-class rivers for fishing, forest walks, hiking trails... In the village, you'll find all the shops you need for your holidays, a wellness and spa centre open all year round, a leisure centre with a water park, water slides, Aventure Parc (tree climbing) and lots of entertainment in summer... Fully renovated and furnished holiday home sleeping 14. For families or groups of friends, it is located at the entrance to the village, on the road to Lacaune, just a minute's walk from the leisure complex. Enclosed garden, terrace Ground floor: - large living room opening onto a single-storey terrace at the rear, equipped with a wood-burning stove, - fully-equipped kitchen (traditional oven, microwave, combined fridge-freezer, extractor hood, dishwasher... ) with comfortable dining area, - laundry room opening onto outside terrace with washing machine, ironing board and iron - wc 1st floor: - 3 bedrooms, each with double bed (140x190), - large bathroom with bath and shower, hairdryer - wc 2nd floor: - 2 bedrooms, each with double bed, - bedroom with 2 single beds (90x190) and 2 bunk beds (90x190), - 2 toilet cubicles with shower, - wc A small games house with a multi-games table (table football, billiards, table tennis and table hockey), board games and toys for the children. External electric car charging point. Le Grand Hortensia can be rented in a smaller format (ground floor and 1st floor only), a gîte for 6 people, Le Petit Hortensia (reference G1746 on Gîtes de France).

37 avenue de Lacaune 81330 Saint-Pierre-de-Trivisy
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Gîte pèlerins Bouisset Lasfaillades - St Jacques - Tarn
87 km

Gîte pèlerins Bouisset Lasfaillades - St Jacques - Tarn

Comfortable accommodation in the heart of a typical hamlet in Bouisset Lasfaillades, between Anglès and Castres in the Tarn. Stopover or holiday gite located between Sidobre, Monts de Lacaune and Montagne Noire, less than 300 metres from the GR 653 Way of St James. In Bouisset Lasfaillades, between Anglès and Castres in the Tarn. Our St Jacques gite is located in a charming and peaceful little hamlet in an unspoilt natural setting at an altitude of 700 metres. Set in undulating countryside between Sidobre, Monts de Lacaune and Montagne Noire, this gîte will give you the chance to relax away from the noise and bustle of the city. The village of Lasfaillades, crossed by the GR 653 Pilgrim's Way to Santiago de Compostela, offers great walking and mountain-biking opportunities just a few kilometres away. Nearby, you can also take advantage of the small lake and picnic area less than 300m away. Self-contained gîte (sleeps 8/9), located in the centre of the hamlet less than 300 metres from the GR. Ground floor entrance with terrace and garden furniture. Ground floor: fitted kitchen with large dining table, toilet and shower room, lounge with seating area, laundry room with washing machine and tumble dryer. First floor: 3 bedrooms (3 single beds), (2 single beds), (1 double bed + 1 single bed), shower room and WC. The gite also has a garage. Television and small library available. Grassed area, car park and barbecue are also available next to the gîte. Pilgrim gite with half-board available on reservation.

Bouisset 81260 Lasfaillades
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We have no information on the difficulty of this circuit. You may encounter some surprises along the way. Before you go, please feel free to inquire more and take all necessary precautions. Have a good trip! 🌳🥾