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    Vias, in Languedoc is one of the most beautiful seaside resorts next to the Mediterranean Sea. This town is located in a place which offers different faces:
    In the South, enjoy the Mediterranean and its beaches with fine sand …
    At the West, traces of prehistoric lives (2000 years BC) were found on the hillsides of the dormant Roque-Haute volcano, registered as Floristic Natural Reserve.

    The stones of this old volcano were used to build the Vias village and its Church St Jean-Baptist; At the North, follow an old Roman road or visit a vast vineyard which extends to the sea.

    Alongside the river bank of the Canal du Midi, from the water-stop until the mobile aqueducts of the Libron, take the time to ride or walk on the various VTT paths. You can find about 90 kms of courses divided into five biking tours from 13 to 27 km per tour.

  • Sports & Leisure

    Explore the submarine life of Vias-Plage
    Discover the fauna and flora of Languedoc by horse riding;
    Welcome on cruise on the Canal du Midi! Enjoy special relaxing and dreaming moments;
    Try your agility at the mini-golfs in Vias Plage;
    Climb from one tree to another in the several adventure parks of the region (Roque-Haute at 1 km, Agde at 6 kms, Béziers at 10 kms);
    Find your childhood soul again at Europark-Vias Plage, the biggest fixed funfair in France;
    If you like water and slide, you can find a complete water amusement at Aqualand
    (Cap D’Agde-10 kms); etc …

  • Festivities

    • Share the lifestyle of Viassois’ on Wednesday and Saturday markets and test their regional products;
      Water jousting tournaments on the Canal du Midi: when festivities rhyme with sport;
    • Beach sport: every Tuesdays and Thursdays, at Vias Plage, sport games are organised: sand-ball, volley-ball, etc … The Association "Ciel, mon ami" proposes you astronomical observation of night sky at Vias Plage,
    • Every Thursday, from 5 pm to midnight; be sure to attend the various evenings at Vias : Rétros, Sévillanes, sardinades and paëllas …