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Interesting holiday destination in the South of France.

Historic Pezenas with its many lively restaurants and bars as well as the numerous metiers’ studios and galleries, shops and boutiques in the streets of the ‘Old Quarter’. As a centre for the antiques trade, the Route de Bezier provides numerous opportunites to browse the brocante, with specialist antique outlets catering for lace, garden fixtures, architectural salvage and furniture. It is possible to find everything from pin cushions to pin-ball machines hidden in these outlets and it is possible to spend a whole week just looking for that bargain.

Montpellier (40min) and Bezier (30min) are within easy reach and offer the diverse range of facilities associated with large towns.

Can get crowded with tourists in July-August, but plenty of small surrounding villages with rental properties (gites) available. Day trips to the coast are a possibility to keep younger family members entertained and many other activities available, (see ).

Much better than staying on the right on the coast which can be VERY crowded.

Mazuc's book . . .[edit]

It was reprinted in 1970, not 1994, according to the copy which I own and according to the Library of Congress Web site . . . —Preceding unsigned comment added by GeorgeLouis (talkcontribs) 06:01, 4 December 2007 (UTC)