Kyriad Prestige Montpellier Ouest Croix d'Argent

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Tournezy Rue De Jugurtha, Montpellier, 34070, France
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Place de la Comedie sitting at a cafePlace de la Comedie sitting at a cafe

The Three GracesThe Three Graces

From Place de la Comédie to Le PolygoneFrom Place de la Comédie to Le Polygone

2nd Floor at Cafe Joseph= L'etage2nd Floor at Cafe Joseph= L'etage

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Moving to Montpellier

by eneleh

I am trying to find a house to rent long-term near Montpellier but discovered that there are often a lot of floods in certain areas and that the weather changes from village to village (St Martin de Londres always gets snow).

Can anyone please give me some advice as to which areas do get flooding each year?
Can anyone advise me on which areas are good to live in (for example: less traffic jams to get to city centre)?

Re: Moving to Montpellier

by mpprh

OK, I'll answer this. I think the lack of responses after 1 month is because people are confused by your message.

I live about 20 km from St Martin de Londres. Last snow was in 2002 and lasted 1 day. More regular snowfall occurs in the Cevennes on high ground. So, avoid living on high ground in the mountains ?

I also live quite close to one of the worst areas for flooding. Last flood was also in 2002. Languedoc rain is rare, but can be very heavy. Floods normally occur in autumn. The flood is normally caused by heavy rain in the mountains : exactly where decides which valley floods. So, don't live on low ground by a river ?

Some links with more info about weather in Languedoc :

http://www.the-languedoc-page.com/languedoc/languedoc-weather.htm
http://www.the-languedoc-page.com/languedoc/languedoc-weather-now.htm
http://www.the-languedoc-page.com/languedoc/languedoc-weather-history.htm
http://the-languedoc-page.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=971

Traffic is heavy in peak periods around Montpellier. The centre is either a pedestrian area, no entry or a one way street. With expensive parking ! The best solution is to park on the outskirts and take a tram.

There are too many to list, but some of the more popular villages close to Montpellier are Lattes, Perols, Carnon/Palavas (on coast but busy in summer, empty in winter), Mauguio, Castries, Sussargues, Baillargues, Le Cres, Vendargues, Teyran, Jacou, Assas, Prades les Lez, Montferrier, St Clements, Saint Gely, Combaillaux, Pignan, Fabregues, Maguelone. A few villages that are further out, but have fast road access are : Sete, Pignan, Pezenas, Gignac, Lodeve, Quissac, Sommieres, Lunel, Grande Motte, Le Roi de Grau.

Articles about Languedoc villages : http://the-languedoc-page.com/articles/languedoc-articles01m.htm
Town & Village websites : http://the-languedoc-page.com/property/town-websites.htm
Photos of the area : http://the-languedoc-page.com/photos/languedoc-photo-index.htm


So, some more research for you !

Bonne chance

Peter

Re: Moving to Montpellier

by mpprh

Hmmm .........

We had some snow this morning !

Pretty well all melted by this afternoon.

Peter

Re: Moving to Montpellier--& more

by Sunnyc8

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Travel Tips for Montpellier

Go to the mainsquare 'Place la...

by sandravdp

Go to the mainsquare 'Place la Comedie' of this city. Here you will find the beauty of this city that lays in the south of France near the 'Cote Azur'. Sitting at the statue on the shiny square in the heart of Montpellier.

La Cavalerie

by JLBG

Situated alongside the ancient way crossing the plateau from north to south and thus linking Orient and Occident starting from the ports on the Mediterranean coast, La Cavalerie main activities lies on the cultivated land of the ''Templar plain''.
The Hospitalier village still exists and you will discover a fortified enceinte with its imposing door, XVth century houses and XVIIth century hotels. In the astonishing XVIIIth century church, whose interior resembles that of a vaulted sheepfold, the remains of the Templars' church have been preciously preserved.

Esplanade Charles de Gaulle

by barryg23

Located near the Place de la Comedie, the Espanade Charles de Gaulle is a nice place to take a stroll. This area was particularly nice in the evenings. There was a small carrousel in the middle of the park, young couples sitting drinking wine and gazing at the sunset (that was probably us!)

Montpellier and surroundings

by JLBG

Montpellier is not among the oldest cities of Languedoc as before year 1000, there was nothing but it soon took a great importance. It was a stage on the way to several pilgrimages and the harbor of Lattes was important for Mediterranean trade. The first University in France was created in Montpellier on the model of the arabo-andalous medersa and became soon famous worldwide (= at that time, that meant Europe wide !). In the XVIth century, 65% of the students were coming from other European countries and not French. It is now the oldest university in the world still working since its creation.
Montpellier has much to offer to the tourist, with a superbly preserved old core, while at the same time it is a very modern town.
However, I will not build now a page on Montpellier as I have too few pictures. Later, certainely ! In this page, I will present half a dozen of destinations that can be reached on day trips (easy if driving, more difficult by public transportation) from Montpellier, with links to the specific pages.

Anduze
Anduze is sometimes called ''door to the Cévennes''.
One visit not to miss is the Bambouseraie de Prafrance.

Saint-Guilhem-Le-Désert
Saint-Guilhem, has been for centuries a main stage for pilgrims on Saint-Jacques de Compostelle's road.

Clamouse
After Gellone, the abbey in the sun, you must visit the Clamouse cave, the cathedral in the night. Clamouse cave is a must.

La Cavalerie
In La Cavalerie, the Hospitalier village still exists with its fortified enceinte of the XVth century.

La Couvertoirade
Due to its outstanding state of preservation, La Couvertoirade represents a real ''miniatures'' mediaeval village and the visitor will always be surprised, whatever his expectations, by these architectural and urban treasures found within.

Parc National des Cévennes
The Cévennes were and still are the stronghold of the ''Camisards'', local Calvinist Protestants who refused to abjure their faith after the revocation of the ''Edit de Nantes'' by the king of France. Landmarks recall that history.

Millau
Millau has given its name to the famous ''Viaduc de Millau'' (Millau's viaduct) finished in May 28th 2004. In the old city, the weekly city market plays a main part in the city life.

Montpellier le Vieux
25 km away from Millau, Montpellier-le-Vieux is a ''mega lapiaz'', dolomitic rocks carved by water and wind to make the figure of a ruined city.

Nant
Nant is a nice and quiet little town, not far from the ''chaos'' of Montpellier le Vieux, of Roquefort, of Millau, la Cavalerie, etc... It is a good stop for an evening and night.

Roquefort
Only cheese that has been matured in a well defined area, about 1500m long and 400m wide can bear the name of Roquefort. You can visit the caves and see the cheese maturing.

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Place de la Comedie

- main square, named for the L’Opera Comedie located there since 1755, rebuilt 1788 & 1888

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Fontaine des trois Graces

- fountain of the three Graces representing beauty, charm & joy

created: 1790

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"Tour des Pins"

- one of the two remaining of the original twenty-five towers of the city’s medieval wall

"Gare de Montpellier Saint Roch"

constructed: 1841-5
architect: Charles Didion (1803-1882)

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