If you ask French people where they’d like to move to, most of them say Montpelllier. Right now Montpellier is the 8th largest city in France, but it has been growing at a fast clip, so watch out Strasbourg!
What I love about Montpellier is the climate (sunny and dry almost year-round), the proximity to the Mediterranean, the laid-back way of life, and it’s so close to other wonderful towns and attractions!
How to Make the Most of Your Time in Montpellier
What do you do when you go to Montpellier? What’s not to miss? What were Annie’s favorites? It’s all in this episode: Tips for Visiting Montpellier, Episode 105
Southern Charm at Its Best: Sète
Some people will tell you that Sète is a fishing village. Well, it’s not been a village for a long time, but it has kept that kind of vibe. I loved my visit there and tell you all about it here: The Best of Sète, Episode 107
Beach and Hills, Meet Lovely Collioure
In this trip report, Matt tells us about his visit to Collioure with his two young daughters and his wife. They had a great time! Collioure Travel Tips, Episode 174
Narbonne an Ancient City Still at the Crossroads
The Romans established this city as one of the major stopping points along their empire. It has become a minor city by now, but has a lot of gorgeous attractions: Narbonne, City at the Crossroads, Episode 163
A Marvel of Civil Engineering: The Millau Viaduct
Human ingenuity at its best, and visually stunning too. There is a lot more to see in Millau than just the viaduct, but you need to start there! The Millau Viaduct and Nearby Attractions, Episode 146
A Trip Between Nice and the Basque Country
Christine talked to me about her visit through southern France in the winter. They hit a lot of wonderful places around Montpellier Visiting Southern France in Winter, Episode 148