Vacaciones en Béziers

¿Sueñas con tener unas vacaciones en Francia? No busques más que Béziers. Tiene algo para todos, incluyendo Canoe Roquebrun y Les 9 Ecluses de Fonseranes. Mejor aún, las vacaciones en Béziers no tienen por qué ser caras. Comparamos cientos de opciones de vuelos y hoteles para encontrar la mejor oferta …

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Karen J
Karen JToronto

ciudad preciosa, con un montón de tiendas, cafeterías y mercados en el centro de la ciudad.

Dannielle F
Dannielle Fcapestang

Beziers tiene un mercado de flores en la avenida peatonal jueves por la mañana. La catedral tiene una mirada hermosa y vale la pena la subida a la cima de una vista de pájaro de Béziers y el Canal du Midi sinuoso a través.

Penny S
Penny S

The Canal du Midi is 150 miles long and links the Mediterranean with the river Girond in Toulouse. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Built 100 years before the canals in the UK for military and commercial purposes (to bypass the pirates in Spain and Gibraltar!) it is now used entirely for leisure and tourism. Hire a self drive boat by the hour from Capstang or take a trip on a tourist boat from Carcassonne (park in the railway station), Homps, Capstang or Beziers. The best stretch of canal is probably at Beziers because of the staircase of 9 locks ("ecluses"). If you want a day trip with lunch it is advisable to book in advance ( The canal is closed November to March for maintenance.

Anne W
Anne WPeterborough

The old centre of this historic town is set on top of an escarpment with grand views from the Place surrounding the Cathedrale over the river Orb which flows down from the Mountains to the North before continuing to the Mediterranean at Valras. The main claims to fame are it's involvement with the Cathar movement and the consequences of their loyalty and being the birthplace of Paul Ricqet who built the Canal du Midi complete with its necessary infrastructure to provide a waterway with links to the Bay of Biscay near Bordeaux saving trade boats a method of getting to the Mediterranean without going round the coast of Portugal and Spain. You can also visit the Cathedrale Cloisters and gardens which perch on the Cathedrale escarpment and it is possible to look around the Cathedrale itself. There are two other key Churches and museaums to visit and there are plenty of restaurents and cafés to be found down the tree lined Allée Paul Ricqet, the new Place near the Mairee and at the back of the Cathedrale. Many peopple love the old market and there are a variety of other regular markets to visit about the centre. We provide a booklet along with dedtailed maps for getting into the town easily because the one way systems and sometimes crowded roads can be offputting for new arrivals! This is a living town and some parts are careworn but the old centre is well worth a visit. In high season there is a 'tourist train' which takes you around the main sights including the 9 locks on the Canal du Midi at Fonseranes which is particularly enjoyable if you like to see people messing around in boats!

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