Banks of the Canal 6
About the home
We have chosen a newly built residence called Les Berges du Canal, which really is situated on the canal banks of the famous Canal du Midi!. The Residence with its own indoor heated pool and a second outdoor pool, is only 4km from Béziers, and only 12km from the great sandy beaches of Vendres and Valras, or 40km to Marseillan Plage.
We can offer you the following split level apartments in the residence sleeping from 4 to 7 people. The apartments have modern, comfortable furnishings with tiled floors, and fully equipped kitchens. The residence is a nice size and every apartment has a terrace to enjoy the long warm pleasant evenings.The residence is a nice size and every apartment has a balcony or a terrace to enjoy the long warm pleasant evenings.
The split level apartment with 2 bedrooms for 6 people which is approx 40 -42m². On the ground floor, there is a living room with a double sofa bed (or a trundle bed) and dining table and chairs, a kitchenette equipped with a sink, a draining rack, an electric cooker with 4 rings, a fridge, a mini-oven or a micro-wave, cutlery and crockery for 6. Upstairs, there are 2 bedrooms with either a double bed or 2 single beds as bunkbeds, and bed linen is included. There is a bathroom or a shower room and a toilet. There is a terrace with outside furniture and there is a possibility of hiring a portable French TV.A car is recommended and there is a free parking place for every apartment.
The residence has an indoor heated swimming pool (12x7m) with a paddling pool, open all year and a large outdoor swimming pool, with sunbeds, open approx from mid June to mid September.
There is free entertainment for adults and teenagers in July and August, a free mini club for children from 4 to 11 years old, and a teenagers club from 12 to 15 years old from 07/07 to 1/09/2012 . There is also a multi sports court - see slide show.
|Size:||Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms|
|Access:||Car not necessary|
|Family friendly?||Suitable for children of all ages|
Suitable for people with restricted mobility
|Pools:||Shared indoor Pool, Shared outdoor pool (heated)|
|Utilities:||Fridge, Washing machine|
|Rooms:||2 Bedrooms, 1 family bathroom|
|Other:||Please check with the advertiser regarding linen and towels|
|Outdoors:||Shared outdoor pool (heated), Shared garden|
The Languedoc-Roussillon / Herault region
On the Western Mediteranean coast called Languedoc Rousillon : there are many resorts of fine sandy beaches Narbonne Plage, Marseillan Plage, Vendres, Valras.. A great selection of leisure activities, water sports, golf courses and activities for children with amusement parks are widely available. Famous towns as Cap d'Agde Nautical Resort, the Canal du Midi, Beziers with the Feria and excellent nearby wine tasting, Sete fishing port, Roman Agde and Carcassonne.
The Languedoc Roussillon stretches around the Mediterranean from the Pyrénées on the Spanish border, to the French Riviera, and offers many seaside resorts and sailing ports, with a range of activities such as sailing, all kind of water sports, sea-fishing, mountain biking, tennis, and golf courses, as well as ferias and festivals.
The Golf du Cap d’Agde was designed by Ronald Fream, (with18 holes, par 72 and 9-hole compact, Practice area with driving range, putting green and bunker). On the premises, there is a Club house with a bar, a restaurant and a pro-shop. Beginner golfers are welcome: lessons and training courses are available all year. The Golf Saint Thomas in Beziers has a typical Mediterranean atmosphere, with a wild and natural 18-hole course. The Golf of Lamalou les Bains (9 holes) is a unique location in the heart of the Regional Natural Reserve of Haut-Languedoc. In the club house there is a gourmet restaurant, snacks, pro-shop…
The International Tennis Club in Cap d’Agde is the greatest training centre in Europe with 31 courts, 8 of which covered.
Rowing, horseback riding, karts, bowling are some of many activities you can enjoy in the area.
The main activity of the region has always been the production of wine. The vineyards were first planted by the Romans. The Languedoc Roussillon is now the world's largest vineyard, and you will enjoy a visit to the “Caves” of the area.
You will find charming villages and interesting towns such as Perpignan and Nîmes, historic monuments, such as the medieval city of Carcassonne, the Roman viaduct of Pont du Gard and the Cathar castles in the Corbières, the abbeys of St Guilhem le Désert and St Gilles du Gard, and the Canal du Midi.
It has also some of France's best beaches and lively modern resorts such as Port-Camargue, la Grande-Motte, and Cap d’Agde, then going West, there are the resorts of Gruissan and Leucate, Canet-en-Roussillon and Saint-Cyprien, all offering a wide range of activities. The sandy beaches continue as far as Argelès-sur-Mer, where the coast becomes a series of rocky headlands sheltering in between, pretty fishing ports
The Beziers area
Beziers is a bustling town in the Hérault département in southern France, which is situated at the crossing of the River Orb and the Canal du Midi, 60 km southwest of Montpellier. Beziers is well situated for the Mediterranean sea, the Pyrenees, the Corbières and the Cévennes. It is a centre of the wine and spirit trade and has many wonderful shops and cafés in the centre of town. It is a very interesting town to visit, which features include pre-Roman and Roman remains, the Gothic church of St-Nazaire, formerly a cathedral, and ancient city walls. Or visit the wonderful weekly flower market, and don?t forget the excellent wide choice of vineyards to visit and sample. Why not even have a mini cruise on the Canal du Midi to enjoy the beautiful scenary? There are some very good town festivals including the Fiesta d?Oc and even the Feria bull fighting.
This 360-km network of navigable waterways linking the Mediterranean and the Atlantic through 328 structures (locks, aqueducts, bridges, tunnels, etc.) is one of the most remarkable feats of civil engineering in modern times. Built between 1667 and 1694, it paved the way for the Industrial Revolution. The care that its creator, Pierre-Paul Riquet, took in the design and the way it blends with its surroundings turned a technical achievement into a work of art.
We have lots of local information we can email you. Béziers was the home town of Paul Riquet, the engineer who was responsible for the linking of the Atlantic and Mediterranean oceans with the canal du Midi. The canal actually passes through the town on its final short stretch to the Mediterranean. Béziers is also an arty, cultural city that knows how to throw a good party - as you?ll find out if you visit during its famous Féria, or the Festa d?Oc or the Wine festival. While in Béziers, don?t miss a visit to the 12th and 15th century Saint Nazaire Cathedral, the 17th century town houses, the theatre, the English style garden, ?le Plateau des Poètes?, created in 1865, the Bullring, the 12th?13th century basilica of Saint Aphrodise, the 19th century market halls, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Biterrois Museum of local history. Here are some of the events happening in Béziers throughout the year : The Festival of Saint Aphrodise and the ?Procession of the Camel? (the town?s emblem) in April, the summer festival with bullfighting and shows on August 15th and Festival of Sainte Cécile in November.
How to get there
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There are many airports - the major ones for this area are Perpignan and Montpellier. Also there are many local airports including Carcasonne, Nimes and Beziers. Another popular choice is MotorRail to Narbonne. All the Channel ferry ports are possible with an overnight stop perhaps en route. There are various itinery web sites giving directions for travelling around France. Clients have recommended the following : the AA, Michelin (distances and times on property pages are from Michelin) and Mappy. You will be given the actual road name of your accommodation in each town.
Activities near Beziers
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