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Meeting new people is one of the most rewarding parts of travelling, and with as many as 250,000 residents living in this part of Herault, you're certain to have lots of opportunities.
It is situated 370 miles south of the nation's capital, Paris, and 10 miles south of Saint-Jean-de-Cuculles.
The entire family will have an absolute blast at Seaquarium and Lunapark de Palavas. Are the kids still bouncing off the walls? Don't stop yet. Keep them busy with a trip to Au Pays des Carrioles and Accrobranche OC Aventures.
Incredible deep-sea worlds await at Mare Nostrum Aquarium and Museum of the Sea. For even more fishy adventures, head over to Theatre of the Sea.
Marvel at the animals, big and small, that call the Montpellier Zoo and Serre Amazonienne home. You can also explore the world of some of our most fascinating wildlife at Ferme Zoo and Les Petits Fermiers.
Those who love wine should spend some time discovering this fertile region's picturesque vineyards. Plenty of tantalising drops are on offer at the Domaine Guinand Winery and the Domaine Mas de l'Oncle Winery. You can also sit down, relax and try the local red or white at the Chateau des Hospitaliers Winery and Chateau Bas.
Shimmering lights, high-stakes tables and festive crowds are just some of the things you can expect to see at the Casino de la Grande Motte and Casino de Palavas. Challenge the house or simply order a cocktail and take in the atmosphere! Not ready to call it a night just yet? The Sete Casino awaits you!
For an easy afternoon out, make your way to the Botanical Garden or Peyrou Gardens. The twisting trails and creatively presented gardens are sure to please.
Remember those joyful childhood days spent lying on the grass watching clouds go by? Get that feeling back at Cirque de Navacelles and Grotte des Demoiselles. There's also a good deal of fun to be had at Clamouse Cave and Maison de la Nature.
It doesn't matter if you want to know the best restaurant or where to venture after dark, you'll find the answers you need at Office de Tourisme Balaruc-les-Bains or Office de Tourisme du Pays de Lunel. Lodevois & Larzac Tourism Office and Office de Tourisme Le Grau du Roi Port Camargue are two more good places to get the inside scoop on what’s happening around town.
Enjoy a walk along the shore and keep an eye out for wildlife like crabs and seabirds at La Grande Motte Beach. Le Grau-du-Roi Beach is another popular spot to spend some time beside the ocean.
We're all after a boosted sense of well-being, right? Forget about visiting the gym and eliminating dairy. Find it among the peaceful surrounds of Pic St-Loup and Pic Saint-Loup instead.
The Fabre Museum and the Paul Valery Museum boast a number of captivating objects and displays. Ask the staff about special events or walk the quiet halls on your own. Museum nerds should also pencil in visits to the Musee de Lodeve and Agropolis Museum.
Step inside a world of scientific discovery at Planetarium Galileo. Ask around about any upcoming tours or just let the artefacts themselves do the talking. If you've ignited your inner science nerd, make Aniane Astronomical Observatory your next trip. It will certainly keep your brain working.
There aren't many things as fascinating as the creations of the natural world. For a day of exploration and discovery, head to the Languedoc Museum or the Castries Aqueduct.
Art admirers come from all corners of the world to check out Montpellier's gorgeous collections, and the International Museum of Arts Modestes and the Musee Atger are usually at the top of their itineraries. La Panacee Contemporary Culture Centre and Pavillon Populaire are not to be missed either.
Don't just read about history, see it with your own eyes at the Musee du Vieux Montpellier! Here you'll experience an intriguing look into the people and events that have contributed to the growth of the area over the years.
Get a fascinating look into the past by checking out some of Montpellier's history-filled sites. There's quite a few to choose from, but Pont du Diable and Castle of Cambous are the perfect place to start. If that doesn't satisfy your inner history geek, also make your way to Montpellier Cathedral and the Peyrou Gate.
The commanding turrets and solid stone walls of Chateau de la Mogere were developed to help guard its residents from attack. This impressive architecture alone makes it a worthwhile place to visit, not to mention the intriguing history that is contained within.
Whether you're a believer or simply looking for a little serenity, Lodeve Cathedral and Maguelone Cathedral are sure to add some deeper meaning to your trip. Saint-Martin-de-Londres Church and St-Guilhem-le-Desert Abbey Church will also interest anyone wanting some prayer and self-reflection.
They might not be at the top of your sightseeing list, but Montpellier Town Hall and San Marco Stables are still well worth checking out. The Loc Karting and the Bonbon Factory are two more options to consider.