While in St Guillhem, make sure to stop and check out these caves. Tours every hour. Less than 10 euros. Kids love it, and so will you.
Real museum of the underground world, Clamouse conceals the biggest variety of concretions, helictites, aragonites and fistulous abound and glisten in gigantic spaces revealed by LED lightings.
Beautiful cave and impressive gorge of the river Herault and the medieval village of Saint Guillhem in the vicinity
“Delicious food, higher end. Outdoor area - excellent for lunch or supper. Mentioned by the Michelin Guide, and most tourist books. The locals say "It has changed owners, is it good still?" We say, yes, absolutely! Don't bring your kids, just take our word for it.”
“The archeological site of Ensérune, set against a steep hill at 10 kilometres from Béziers, tells the story of the Mediterranean Gaul. Besides the exceptional view on the surrounding vineyards and the dried lake of Montady, the local museum shows excavations from the village that was inhabited until the Roman invasion.”
“Awesome menu. One of our favorites! Literally sandwiched between two buildings. Great food. Decent prices. Always select the menu. So delicious. A favorite of some of our local friends.”
“Can get a little crowded in the summer (like most beaches in the area). This beach can get some decent waves. It also has better access from Pezenas when the massive traffic jams to Agde happen. Take the A75 down to Beziers.”