Saint-guilhem-le-désert Tourism & Travel Guide

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Musee du Village d'Antan
15, rue chapelle des Penitents, 34150 Saint-Guilhem-le-Desert
L'Occitan
15 place de la Liberte, 34150 Saint-Guilhem-le-Desert
Abbey of Gellone
3, Parc de Camalce, Saint-Guilhem-le-Desert
Canoe Borg Location
Gorges de l'Hérault, 34150 Saint-Guilhem-le-Desert


About Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert

A hop and a skip away from Montpellier is St Guilhem, one of the most beautiful little villages in France. It’s popular so prepare to see a lot of tourists but it is gorgeous. You can quite comfortably just stroll around the village but for a little more adventure, pack your walking shoes (which I did not) and take a hike (which I did) up the big jutting hill to reach a monk’s chapel and take in the view of the village below. It’s also super handy to get to with a bus from Montpellier taking you right there.

Best Time To Visit Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert

Best time to visit Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert is from July to April

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