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Beziers Wheelchair Accessible Tours
A relatively quiet town that sees far fewer tourists than some of its neighbours, this little gem has plenty to offer the savvy traveler who likes to hunt for hidden attractions.
Beyond its troubled history, Béziers boasts a very picturesque location, in a plain surrounded by vineyards and crossed by the River Orb and the Canal du Midi, an artificial canal protected by UNESCO which was built in the XVII century to connect Toulouse to the pond of Thau, near the Mediterranean.
Today this 241 km canal is lined with trees and paths ideal for walking or cycling.
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We are providing a safe and a full Occitania accessible tours around previewed accessible itineraries. Disabled friendly accessible services includes professional guided tours and cruise shore excursions.
Visit this rich and fascinating land with an exclusive private Béziers wheelchair accessible tours with adapted van transportation specifically designed for wheelchair users tourists combined an holiday to across France.
Cross the Old Bridge, a XII century pedestrian bridge still in use today, from which you can admire a magnificent panorama over the city and the Cathédrale St-Nazaire.
This church was built in the XIII century on the site of an even older one and features stained glass windows and curious gargoyles.
From the top of the bell tower you can admire a magnificent panorama of the River Orb and the valley.
If you want to learn more about the local culture, head to the Musée des Beaux-Arts Fabrégat or the Musée du Biterrois, whose collections offer an interesting insight into local history and art.
The Occitania region is famous for its vineyards, so you can stop off at one of the renowned local wineries.
With pleasant weather all year round, any season is perfect for taking a last minute trip to Béziers.
Beautiful beaches such as Espiguette, Sérignan and Valras are all within easy reach from the city centre.
Beginning your journey through the vineyards of the Béziers area, you can only start in Maraussan, where the oldest cooperative cellar in France awaits you.
Follow the narrow streets that cross the vineyards and villages: here and there you will see the châteaux pinardiers, built in the second half of the XIX century by the wealthy winegrowers and merchants of Béziers.
The vine, cultivated here for 2500 years, is omnipresent. In combination with almond trees, umbrella pines and figs, it gives the area around Béziers the appearance of a “Linguadoc Tuscany“.
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