Visits and discoveries of the region, where to go from Lunel

The Camargue
Take advantage of your stay to discover the fauna and flora of the Camargue... Many safaris available in 4x4, by bike, by boat.... you will find all the documentation here.
A visit to the Saintes maries de la mer is a must during your stay in the Camargue! A mythical pilgrimage village, you will find many traditional activities throughout the year. For bird lovers, visit the bird park located just before the Saintes maries.
http://www.parcornithologique.com/

La Grande Motte
Labelled "heritage of the 20th century", La Grande Motte celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2014... With its original architecture and extensive vegetation, La Grande Motte will seduce you with its cultural and sporting dynamism all year round! At 10mn from the Mas Saint-Ange....
http://www.tourisme.fr/1865/office-de-tourisme-la-grande-motte.htm

Montpellier
A thousand year old city... visit the historic centre, have a coffee on the Place de la Comédie, discover Montpellier, its museums, its fountains, its history!
20 minutes from Mas Saint-Ange, drop off your car at the Odysseum centre, take the tramway... and visit quietly!
http://www.jaimelafrance.tourisme.fr/place-de-comedie-coeur-battant-de-montpellier/
For shopping lovers, at the gateway to Montpellier, the Odysseum shopping centre is the perfect place to go! Shops, restaurants, cinemas, aquarium.....
http://www.club-onlyou.com/Odysseum

The King's Grau
Separated from La Grande Motte by the Vidourle, Grau du Roi is the second largest French fishing port in the Mediterranean. You will find the charm of the old fishing villages, and also the famous beach of Espiguette, with the spectacle of its 10kms of dunes...


Nîmes
History lovers, visit the arenas and other famous monuments... With its terraces, squares, gardens, fountains, Nîmes will please you!
http://www.tourisme.fr/858/office-de-tourisme-nimes-cedex-1.htm

Dead Acute
In 1240, Saint Louis decided to build a city at the gates of his kingdom in order to open up access to the Mediterranean. It will be here in Aigues-Mortes, in a country made of marshes, sand and water. Seven centuries later, the fortifications still dominate the Camargue, offering one of the best preserved medieval architectural ensembles in France.
Also visit the Salin d'Aigues-mortes, an exceptional site to discover all year round (guided tours by mini-train).