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This department is located in the south of France, is named after the Hérault river of the same name and has many beautiful places where you can enjoy nature in one of the holiday homes via Nature.house. Hérault has an area of 6101 km2 and over 1,029,000 inhabitants. Are you looking for a holiday home in the nature of Hérault? Enjoy the 80 km long coastline along the Mediterranean Sea with many lagoons and sand barriers. Or enjoy holiday homes more inland in the lowlands of the Biterrois (Béziers), the Hérault (lower course) and the Montpellier.
Landscapes in Hérault
Are you looking for a holiday home in an ever-changing environment? In Hérault you will find different landscapes everywhere. On the coast you can enjoy the coast with its many lagoons and sand barriers in your holiday home. In the west you can enjoy gites in the Minervois Mountains or in the crystal-rich Massif de L'Espinouse (which is part of the regional nature park du Haut-Languedoc). In the north of Hérault you can find holiday homes in a calcareous landscape. Here you will find long plateaus of volcanic origin and many limestone formations (such as the Montagne de la Séranne). In short, are you looking for a holiday home in a rich and special landscape? Then be sure to visit Hérault.
The regional nature park du Haut-Languedoc
In the departments of Tarn and Hérault you can find the regional natural park of Haut-Languedoc. From this dividing line the water flows on one side to the Atlantic Ocean and on the other side to the Mediterranean Sea. Visit this park from your cottage and enjoy the special landscapes where greenery alternates with drought, heather areas alternate with forest areas and grasslands alternate with peat pits. Departure from your cottage for a walk through this 86,000 hectare area.
The Cirque de Navacelles basin
Are you looking for a holiday home in a unique environment? Near Saint Maurice de Navacelles in Hérault you can admire a geological spectacle, which is unique in Europe. This large cirque is located on the southern edge of the Massif Central and was formed about 3 million years ago by glacial erosion. Then the river Vis cut through the valley, creating a lake in the shape of a horseshoe. Are you looking for excitement? Then take the dangerous but spectacular road to the bottom of the valley.