Vines have grown in Béziers Méditerranée for hundreds of years. Vinegrowing is still an integral part of our heritage and there are lots of ways for you to learn more about it. Join us on our wine routes.

Welcome to the Béziers Canal du Midi destination. Explore the land nicknamed the Languedoc Tuscany.

7 routes for a memorable day out in the heart of Béziers’ vineyards.

« A day without wine is like a day without sunlight » a proverb says.

Here are 7 ways to uncover the secrets of wine at our wineries and vineyards (please drink responsibly).

two wine hikes

Do you want to know the recipe for success for your Béziers Méditerranée break? The Canal du Midi, vineyards and walks. You’re in luck because that’s exactly what our “Canal du Midi and Vineyards” wine hike is all about.

Le Canal du Midi à Villeneuve-lès-Béziers
Vignoble et le Travers

Setting off on a three hour hike with your poles sounds good, but a hike in the vineyards sounds better! The “Alignan Balconies” hike has your number!

Road trips

If you can’t pick between exploring the vineyards and soaking up the sea air then the best thing for you is the route starting in Sérignan: the aptly-named “Between the Sea and Lakes”.

If you’d rather stay in town and visit the leafy parks like Jardin de la Plantade or Jardin de Poètes, then the “Gardens and Vineyards” road trip starting in Béziers is ideal for you!

The route also puts the spotlight on the Canal des Deux Mers. Without it, the wine and food trade wouldn’t have reached the heady heights. We suggest you start “The Cellar Loop” road trip at the Maraussan cooperative winery..

Vignobles biterrois
Vineyards and Saint-Nazaire Cathedral

If you want to see another side to the Canal du Midi then set off from Béziers and explore “Riquet’s Wine”. The architectural landmark from the mind of Pierre-Paul Riquet is your buddy throughout the road trip. Vineyards have sprung up all around it.

Remember: you don’t have to do everything we say! It’s up to you if you want to try one or all these routes, piece them together, cover them in one go or spread them out over several days.