Lodges and cottages names' definition

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Les Arceaux:

It's the old Montpellier's aqueduct, it is an extension of the garden of the Peyrou.

 

Aresquier:

Wild beach between Sète and Montpellier.

 

Navacelle:

Natural circus with vertiginous dimensions at 30 km north of Montpellier.

 

Saint Guihem (le désert):

One of the nicest village of France on the way of compostel. Perched on the gorges de l'Hérault, it is a place worth a visit.

 

Maguelone:

(villeneuve lès Maguelone)

Village built between see and ponds, know for its 12th century Romanesque cathedral.

 

Peyrou:

Big Montpellier's garden with on one side the water reserve and the aqueduct, and on the other side the arc de triomphe and in its center the Louis XIV statue. There are bicentenial magnolias.

 

Canourgue:

A Montpellier's tree-lined square instaled on the foundations of a never completed church.

 

Babote:

One of the two last towers forming the old Montpellier's rampart, there is an observatory on its top.

 

Comedie:

The opera gived it's name to the main square of Montpellier, one of the biggest of Europe, entertainments, musicians, and street performers place.

Les arceaux
 
Aresquier
 
Cirque Navacelles
 
Saint Guilhem (le désert)
 
Maguelone
 
Le Peyrou
 
La Canourgue
 
La Babote
 
Place de la Comédie

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