Saint-Georges-d’Orques, wine village, is located only 6 Kms from the center of Montpellier (8th biggest city of France). This proximity is a valuable asset to enjoy in peace the dynamism of this great city of Herault. Its historical, its museums and festivals are part of its rich patrimonial. New neighborhoods such as Odysseum (Commercial and leisure complex), Malbosc (Housing bordered wooded areas classified) or Port Marianne (launched in 1988 in the continuity of Antigone, symbol of the revival of Montpellier) have enabled the city to be among the most visited sites and appreciated in the Languedoc-Roussillon. The Corum (convention center in downtown), the biopole Euromédecine (Business center dedicated to life sciences, biotechnology and health) and more recently the Rugby Stadium Yves du Manoir and the Arena (2e largest theater in France) confer the status of dynamic city at the forefront of innovation.

After the city, to enjoy the Mediterranean sun, feel free to relax yourself by traversing beaches of Carnon, Palavas-les-flots or La Grande Motte (recently listed as a heritage of the 20th century for its urban planning and bold architecture). Not to mention of the famous sights in Aigues-Mortes (walled city) and Les Saintes-Maries (fief of the Camargue) East side of Montpellier. Not so far of Saint-Georges (South side of Montpellier) the Aresquiers beach, Vic la gardiole, wildlife site very popular. And near, Do not miss Frontignan (muscat), Sète (known for his illustrious singer Georges Brassens but also for its port, museums and the famous Mont Saint Clair), Agde, Meze and Bouzigues (Swamp of Thau, oysters, molds). Finally the back country with sites like Saint Guilhem (medieval village world heritage of UNESCO), the Lake of Salagou, the Navacelles circus, the throats of Herault and of course the Cevennes (Mont Aigoual) will seduce you with its diversity of landscapes and its beautiful nature.