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Visitors to this part of Herault will be sharing space with around 250,000 local residents.
It sits 10 miles south of Saint-Jean-de-Cuculles and 370 miles south of the national capital of Paris.
Get active with the kids and enjoy an afternoon of quality time at Lunapark de Palavas and Les Rochers de Maguelone. Want more? Au Pays des Carrioles and Accrobranche OC Aventures will ensure that the good times keep rolling.
Whether you'd like to watch fish, invertebrates and amphibians or study water-dwelling plants, Mare Nostrum Aquarium or Seaquarium are sure to impress. If you have some spare time, you might also want to consider a visit to Museum of the Sea and Theatre of the Sea.
Check out the magnificent animals at the Montpellier Zoo and the Serre Amazonienne. Combined with a zookeeper visit at the Ferme Zoo, you're going to have a ball.
The region's wineries certainly know how to impress the senses. Meet the cellar masters, sample some expertly crafted wines and relax into a great day out at the Domaine Guinand Winery and the Domaine Mas de l'Oncle Winery. Up for one or two more? The Chateau des Hospitaliers Winery and the Chateau Bas should also be added to your itinerary.
The Casino de la Grande Motte, the Casino de Palavas and the Sete Casino are sure bets if you're feeling lucky.
Strange and unusual vines and creepers, majestic trees and long, twisting pathways await at the Botanical Garden and Peyrou Gardens. Gardening enthusuasts might also want to wander around the Jardin des plantes de Montpellier and the Ancient Mediterranean Garden.
Bring along a bite to eat and take it easy for a while in the leafy, green surroundings of Parc Magnol and Bois de Montmaur Park. There's also plenty of room to lie down in the grass at Champ de Mars Garden and Levant Park.
Would you like to know some more about Montpellier? Head to Office de Tourisme Balaruc-les-Bains and Office de Tourisme du Pays de Lunel. The friendly staff at Lodevois & Larzac Tourism Office and Office de Tourisme Le Grau du Roi Port Camargue are also ready to help point you in the right direction.
Are you craving a day of relaxation by the ocean? Pack a bag with some yummy treats and claim a spot at La Grande Motte Beach or Le Grau-du-Roi Beach. These idyllic stretches of coast are perfect to relax and do nothing but watch the clouds float on by.
Leave your phone in the car and have a rest from the modern world at Cirque de Navacelles and Grotte des Demoiselles. Clamouse Cave and Maison de la Nature are also popular among lovers of the natural world.
Grab a friend and explore some of the favored exhibition spaces in the area. Savour the contemplative atmosphere as you check out the unique collections at Agropolis Museum and the Espace Georges Brassens. Also worth considering are the Argileum and the L'etang de Thau Museum.
Take a look at the collection of artifacts and displays at Planetarium Galileo or Aniane Astronomical Observatory, a great day out for experts and budding scientists alike.
The glass cabinets at the Languedoc Museum and the Castries Aqueduct are full to the brim with marvellous objects.
Add to your appreciation of art, and perhaps even find a piece to take back home with you at one of the area's numerous exhibition spaces. Start your tour of this creative enclave by stopping in at the Fabre Museum and the Paul Valery Museum. Afterwards, if you still have some energy left, wind up the day at the Musee de Lodeve and the International Museum of Arts Modestes.
Even if you're not a history nerd, you'll still enjoy taking a trip back in time at the Musee du Vieux Montpellier or the Museum of Village d'Antan.
Wander back through the ages with a visit to Castle of Cambous or the Peyrou Gate, just two of the historical sites here. When it comes to bygone times, the stories are countless. The Montpellier Aqueduct and Marin Cemetery are two more insightful places to check out.
Pont du Diable and Ambrussum Bridge are age-old examples of engineering ingenuity that will stand strong for generations to come.
The historic structures at Citadel of Montpellier are well worth exploring if you are interested in past conflicts or warfare.
Discover the lifestyles of some of the area's most influential families with a visit to the impressive grounds of Episcopal Palace.
After a stop at a couple of the local castles, you can easily imagine the way the region's past inhabitants once roamed these realms. Chateau de la Mogere and Chateau des Guilhem will make you feel as though you've been cast as the main character in a fairy tale.
The region's spiritual side can be glimpsed at Lodeve Cathedral and Montpellier Cathedral. You might also like to take a walk around Maguelone Cathedral or Saint-Martin-de-Londres Church.
After you've checked out the major points of interest in and around Montpellier, be sure to stop by a couple of its less well-known sights. San Marco Stables and Tyroliane Adventure Park might be just what the doctor ordered. If you've got more time to spare, also check out Mas de l'Espiguette and the Loc Karting.
Montpellier is very popular with travellers, and boasts an excellent range of accommodation options. Expedia's Montpellier lodging guide has all the details.
If you and your family are searching for a room or suite in the more exclusive end of the spectrum, check out the Le Domaine de Verchant Relais & Châteaux, located at 1 Boulevard Philippe Lamour, or the Pullman Montpellier Centre, at 1 Rue Des Pertuisanes. Cheaper places worth checking out are the La Villa Nova, at 9 Rue Bomier, and the Les Terrasses de Castelnau, at 12 rue Emile Combes.
This hotel is located in Montpellier (Port Marianne), near the airport, Mare Nostrum Aquarium, Montpellier Town Hall and Pavillon Populaire. Also nearby are Planetarium Galileo and Vegapolis Ice Rink.
Located in Montpellier City-Centre, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Babotte's Tower and Comedy Square. Fabre Museum and Peyrou Gardens are also within 15 minutes.
Situated in Lattes, this hotel is close to Goolfy Mini-Golf, Mare Nostrum Aquarium and Comedy Square. Also nearby are Montpellier Town Hall and Lattara Archaeological Site and Museum.
Situated in Saint-Jean-de-Vedas, this hotel is close to Altrad Stadium, Goolfy Mini-Golf and Stade Sabathe. Local attractions also include Les Rochers de Maguelone and Theatre of Villeneuve les Maguelone.
Nestled on the beach, this Le Grau-Du-Roi hotel is just steps away from Port-Camargue and Gulf of Lion. Espiguette Beach and Ranch Lou Seden are also within 3 miles (5 km).
Located in Historic Centre, this hotel is steps away from Opera House and Comedy Square. Fabre Museum and Peyrou Gardens are also within 15 minutes.
Situated in Balaruc-le-Vieux, this hotel is close to O'balia Spa, Ancient Mediterranean Garden and Office de Tourisme Balaruc-les-Bains. Local attractions also include Ferme Zoo and L'etang de Thau Museum.
This hotel is located in Montpellier (Antigone), close to Esplanade de l'Europe, Fabre Museum and Comedy Square. Also nearby are Botanical Garden and Peyrou Gardens.