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Tautavel


The small, quiet town in the Corbières is an important centre for wine growing. This is where following AOC wines are produced: Côtes-du-Roussillon, Côtes-du-Roussillon-Villages, Muscat-de-Rivesaltes.

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Date:
23.11.2009
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Roquebrun


Roquebrun is a beautiful little village in the valley of the Orb with the nickname "Small Nice" ( "Petit Nice de l'Hérault").
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23.11.2009
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The Pont du Diable


The Romanesque bridge "Pont du Diable" leading over the Herault is very impressive. In 1999, the Unesco declared this eldest Romanesque Bridge of France to world cultural heritage. This bridge can be found just before the ...more
Date:
21.03.2007
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Le Etang de Thau


The is known because of its famous oyster culture.
Rearing these eatable mussels, predominantly oysters and blue mussels, is called conchyli culture. People earning their money by this culture are called "farmers of the ...more
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20.03.2007
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Lac Salagou


In 1986, the reservoir "Lac du Salagou" was finished in the South of the Cevennes near the town Clermont-l'Hérault. Originally, it was built for the irrigation of fruit and vegetable plantations. Nowadays, the reservoir ...more
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20.03.2007
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Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert


Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert with the Pont du Diable (bridge of devil) and the monastery is one of the largest tourist attractions of the Departement Hérault.

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20.03.2007
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