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Understated, classy and rich in regional cuisine and winemaking, Montpellier is the holiday destination for those who like the good things in life. 

With a university that dates back to the 12th century, wide tree-lined boulevards, a cute little old town and plenty of bustling squares full of coffee-drinking students, Montpellier is definitely one of the prettiest cities on France’s southern coast. Lacking the pretence of the Côte d’Azure, this city attracts holidaymakers looking for substance over style, for chic boutiques, trendy wine bars and nearby seaside resorts where it’s the beauty of the beaches and not the people that counts.

And, as the capital of the Languedoc Roussillon region of southwest France, you can expect plenty of top quality plonk and a regional cuisine that is one of the best in Europe. Anyone for a creamy duck cassoulet washed down with a nice glass of Cabernet Sauvignon? This really is France at its most traditional.

April 2017
The Festival des Architectures Vives (13-18th June 2017) is a great chance to see pop-up contemporary architecture and also explore buildings in Montpellier which are normally closed to the public. All details from the tourist office.

January 2017
The Fabre Museum is outstanding, with works by Rubens, Breugel, and Monet. On the 1st Sunday of every month, at 3pm and 4pm they run free guided tours highlighting their most recent acquisitions. For more information visit museefabre.montpellier3m.fr . Closed Mondays.

April 2017
Various companies offer day trips to the Pic St-Loup from Montpellier but you can just drive out to the village of Cazevieille, park and hike up to the cross and shrine at the top. Up and back takes about 3 hours but the views are worth it. All info from the tourist office.

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