Nicknamed “La Surdouee” (The Gifted One), the city of Montpellier is blessed with a magnificent historic, cultural and natural heritage. Located on the Mediterranean coast, the city of Montpellier enjoys 2600 hours of sunshine each year. Don’t forget to pack the sunscreen for your stay at your holiday rental in Montpellier! We also hope you like fish: between the Bouzigues oyster and la bourride setoise - a type of fish stew, there are plenty of regional specialities for you to enjoy.
Treat yourself to a cheap getaway to Montpellier to enjoy its historic centre. Between the Place de la Comedie, the Three Graces fountain, the Saint Pierre cathedral and the Garden of Plants, you won’t regret it!
Fans of art and history will be charmed by holiday accommodation in Saint Jean de Vedas. Discover the Fabre museum as well as the Museum and Conservatory of Anatomy. The streets of la Valfere and Bras-de-Fer will take you back through the centuries with their medieval facades.
Feel like spending some time in nature? Discover the natural environment of Saint Jean de Vedas, between the sea, vineyards and mountains. Unless you’d prefer the warm sands of the long beaches, with their marinas and spots for paddle boarding, kitesurfing and scuba diving.
Discover your holiday rental with a pool in Montpellier: the residence Le Terral*** offers studios and apartments able to welcome up to 4 people, for a stay as a couple, with family, or among friends. You can also make use of the residence’s wellbeing and fitness areas. And to top it all off? This Mediterranean environment is perfect for enjoying an eco-friendly stay in Montpellier, as the Vacanceole Group is committed to sustainable tourism.
For a smooth exit from bed go to the HOOD for a brunch. Fresh and seasonal products, a cocooning atmosphere, this restaurant in the heart of the city center will charm you. Good news: you can also go there for lunch or a snack.
During your stay in Montpellier, you can easily enjoy the beaches of La Grande Motte, Cap d'Agde or Sète. So don't forget your swimsuit!
The parachute was designed... in Montpellier!
You may not know it, but the Babote tower was the place where Sébastien Lenormand, from Montpellier, tested the parachute in the 18th century. It was from the balcony of this tower that he set out to perfect his creation, with some physical damage, as you can imagine, before his invention worked!