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The fishing village of Meze, with the quiet beach and the overcrowded harbor with all its restaurants, is a stone's throw away.

Have a coffee in the harbor, walk through the town and take a look at the soap shop Savonnerie Le Serail, the real Marseille soaps, Place de la Mairie or at Les Reflets du Sud  


Dinopark Meze


Just behind St. Paul. One of the largest European collections of Donosaurus eggs was found here in 1996!


Yachtclub Meze

Boat rental


Eating tips

  • L'Oscarine , on the Place des Tonneliers, near the beach

  • Restaurant L'eau Sel , lots of grill, delicious and beautiful terrace, chemin de l'Etang

  • Le St. Barth , a must-go, just around the corner from St. Paul!




Medieval Pezenas, less than 15 minutes away with all its small streets, full of flea markets and artists and of course the well-known Saturday market.


Take a look at the 'Les Trois Soeurs' for nice gadgets or browse the large brocante shops at your leisure.


Eating tips  




The neighboring village of Meze has everything you want, small but nice. A visit to the Oyster Museum is a lot of fun!


Eating tips




Another neighboring village of Meze: beautiful, beautiful. Restaurants around the harbor, nice shops, lovely walking around. Good sailing school! And there is a go-kart track outside Marseillan.


Eating tips




The large fishing port of Sete (the second largest fishing port of the Mediterranean) is a bustling town with not only a beautiful Wednesday market with the most diverse products, but also with beautiful beaches and nice restaurants.


Beach clubs/restaurants


Eating Tips :

  • Oh Gobie : Restaurant with a + ! Hidden away, not between the 'tourist restaurants with pictures on the menu board', opposite the fish auction, the address for tuna, among other things. Fresh, straight from the sea. Forbidden to ask for 'well done' if they ask how you would like to eat your tuna… Special attention to dessert: there is only one, so that's an easy choice.






You cannot have been to Saint Paul without visiting Montpellier. For the very small children (and then also the parents ...) there is a real train that shows the highlights of Montpellier (...). A great (student) city, with all the trimmings. Museums, countless winding streets, beautiful squares with unexpected corners, shop-until-you-drop, everything is there.


Ask Marit for her maps.


Restaurant Montpellier  

  • Les Bains de Montpellier : there is a great restaurant in the old bathhouse


Shopping Montpellier






  • La Guignette d'Asterix , something different between Marseillan and Agde: Hidden restaurant. Music and fun.



  • Rent a donkey and walk, in Gigean, so much fun!





  • Carcassonne , this beautiful medieval fortress, between Narbonne and Toulouse is very impressive and well worth the drive.



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