The 10 Best Things to Do in Lunel, France

December 19, 2017 Elouise Mccaul

Lunel is a commune in the Hérault department in southern France. According to legend, Lunel was founded by Jews from Jericho in the first century. It had a Jewish population by the first millennium, and an ancient synagogue is located there.
Restaurants in Lunel

1. Ambrussum Archeology Site

Chemin d'Ambrussum 34400 VILLETELLE, Lunel, France +33 4 67 02 22 33
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4.5 based on 113 reviews

Ambrussum Archeology Site

Reviewed By OzGronk - Brisbane, Australia

We walked the 7km from Lunel to the site along a pretty trail, but it can be reached by car.
Whilst the bridge has succumbed to the forces of the river and has only one arch left the city wall and some building remnants give the visitor an idea of what was a fairly large town.
The best part is the cobbled road winding through the town which is exciting to walk on for two reasons; it is part of a road that led from Rome, across France and down to the South of Spain built in the century B.C, and it remains with the grooves of countless wheeled carts and vehicles of the time.
We didn't bother with the museum as the whole site is one big open air display.

2. Les Petits Fermiers

Chemin de Saint-Bres, 34130 Lansargues, France +33 6 01 10 23 85
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4.5 based on 185 reviews

Les Petits Fermiers

Come and discover a unique park for the enjoyment of the whole family, in Lansargues, 15 minutes from Montpellier. -The gardens: take a walk throughout organic vegetable & herbs patches -The farm: come and see our donkeys, goats, lamas & ride on ponies... -The attractions: zip-line, labyrinth, rope course, boating on the lake. A true paradise in Lansargues AQUATIC SPACE with slides in water (only in july and agust). Since 2017 JUMPING SPACE with 5 giant inflatable games. Shaded areas of picnic are fitted out. Possibility of catering with the snack bar.

Reviewed By Xavier C - Gland, Switzerland

this is a really nice farm to spend a few hours with the kids. You can feed the animals, you can also spend time on a small boat and you can as well enjoy the swimming pool for kids (above 2 years old). There is...MoreHello, we thank you for your comment. However, we indicate you that we have numerous shaded areas and an aquatic space. Good holidays.

3. Teraventure, Parc Jeux Animations

La Bruyere, 34400 Saint-Christol, France +33 6 27 80 20 37
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4 based on 85 reviews

Teraventure, Parc Jeux Animations

Reviewed By eric2cara - Montpellier, France

Un papa qui voyage.
J'ai connu ce parc au debut , ou on attendait que les arbustes formant le labyrinthe grandissent. Le lieu etait prometteur.....4 entrees plus tard , rien est entretenu.
Certes un bout de bois, de l'eau et nos enfants s'amusent. Je n'ai pas l'insouciance de nos petites têtes blondes, mais on voit bien le laissé aller des responsables. Si c'est pour rajouter une nouvelle attraction d'un coté et laisser mourrir les autres sous la pluie et le soleil , quel interet?
La saison se termine. Redressez les grillages de Dedale , coupez les haies,changez le theme , arrangez les jeux (dedans et dehors ) ou virez les une fois pour toute et retirez tout ces isolants au sol (sorte de tissu on on se prende les pieds).
Jetez/remplacez les jeux de societe - cassés , manquent des pieces.
FERMEZ votre mini , mini, mini ferme - une honte , surtout pour les betes
Et........la liste et longue.......vous avez une affaire en Or - Au boulot!!!!

4. Roc de Massereau

Chemin Roc de Massereau, 30250 Sommieres, France +33 6 74 74 40 00
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4.5 based on 84 reviews

Roc de Massereau

The Roc of Massereau is a treetop adventure park, multi-activities situated in Sommières in the Gard at the water's edge, in a natural environment in zone natura 2000 15 evolutionary courses with more of 45 zip lines among which 3 of more than 200 m crossing the river, the guaranteed sensations!!. 200 studios, sports and playful equipped on-line of continuous life, for the safety of all, to satisfy of the smallest until the most rash, in a wood in the remarkable trees. And also rent of stand(pit) up paddle, orienteering race. Space out picnic fitted out.

Reviewed By lillisan115 - Sommieres, France

We have been several times with our grandchildren, who love to go there. The surroundings are wonderful, the event well planned, using the river as well as the trees for the challenges. The staff is friendly and professional and the equipment is tip-top.

5. Riviera Show

495 Chemin de Lunel | Za Les Capitelles - Complexe La Costa, 34400 Villetelle, France +33 6 87 87 72 83
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4 based on 7 reviews

Riviera Show

Reviewed By Fred2128 - Ales, France

C'est un cabaret diner-spectacle transformiste. C'est un lieu a recommander impérativement.
Les artistes, le personnel sont super agréables, sympathiques. Il y a une ambiance géniale. Le repas est fait par un traiteur qui est très bon et copieux.
Alors n'hésiter pas, il faut y aller !!!!

6. Boutique Deco Cadeaux

511 Avenue du Roucagnier, 34400 Lunel-Viel, France +33 4 67 81 71 74
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4 based on 1 reviews

Boutique Deco Cadeaux

Reviewed By Anne0534 - Montpellier, France

Un accueil sympathique un petit salon de thé à l'étage du très joli mobilier, plein d'idées déco, j'ai beaucoup aimé le thé à la noix de coco et le gentillesse des personnes présentes, idéal pour y retrouver des amis, s'y donner rendez vous, et choisir une nouvelle déco. Merci pour votre gentillesse

7. Mas du Grand Bordes

Chemin de la Viguiere, 30220 Saint-Laurent-d'Aigouze, Aigues-Mortes, France +33 7 83 76 76 63
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4.5 based on 46 reviews

Mas du Grand Bordes

Reviewed By Amoq - London, United Kingdom

This beats some 5 star hotels we have stayed in . Beautifully designed and comfortable bedroom and shower room. Plenty of Seating , nice ambient lighting. Comfortable bed and good linen. Coffee machine. Basic but pleasant breakfast. Surrounded by beautiful countryside and horses. Will definitely stay again.

8. Manade Chaballier & Filles

La Palus Rd 61, 34590 Marsillargues, France +33 6 04 50 06 63
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4 based on 1 reviews

Manade Chaballier & Filles

Nous vous ouvrons les portes de la manade pour partager passion un cadre authentique et typiquement camarguais. Venez découvrir nos us et coutume lors d'une visite pédagogique dans nos prés au milieu des taureaux. Nous vous accueillerons également pour l'organisation de réceptions privées, de famille (baptême, anniversaire, mariage), d’associations, d'entreprises.

Reviewed By joelaguillot - Bonsecours, France

parfait nous ne l avions jamais fait avons profite d'une ceremonie en famille pour pr'endre quelques jours

9. Seb Eco Bike

72 rue Jean Lurcat, 34130 Valergues, France +33 7 81 86 86 17
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5 based on 3 reviews

Seb Eco Bike

Seb Eco Bike, based near of Montpellier, offers to discover the emblematic sites of the Herault and Gard thanks to the rental of an electrical mountain bike new generation. From the Camargue to the Cevennes, passing by the Pic Saint loup and many vineyards, we offer bike hikes with different levels and maybe tasting wine. Enjoy with your family or your friends!

Reviewed By Gilbert M

Génial,super balade et dégustation dans des propriétés viticoles.et Sébastien est génial.
Je recommande à 100 %

10. Towers and Ramparts of Aigues-Mortes

Place Anatole, 30220, Aigues-Mortes, France +33 4 66 53 61 55
Excellent
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4.5 based on 2 reviews

Towers and Ramparts of Aigues-Mortes

The fortified city of Aigues-Mortes was built in the 13th century on the order of Saint Louis to provide the kingdom of France with a port on the Mediterranean. The complex consists of 1,634 metres of ramparts flanked by twenty towers and one of the most splendid keeps in the architectural style of the Middle Ages, the tower of Constance, which was used as a prison for Protestants from the Cévennes region from 1685. Open: > 2nd May to 31st August: from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. > 1st September to 30th April: from 10 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Last admission 1 hour before closing time. Ticket office closed from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. (from 1st September to 30th April). Closed: > 1st January, 1st May, 1st November, 11th November and 25th December. Admission fees: Adults : 7,50 €; Concessions (18 to 25) = 4,50 €; Free admission: minors under 18*; Free admission: 18-25 years old* (citizens of one of the 27 countries of the EU or are non-European permanent residents of France) * excluding school groups

Reviewed By VWriter - Los Gatos, California

This was a highlight of our visit to the Camargue, or more correctly, the Little (Petite) Camargue country. Ancient Aigues-Mortes has walls enclosing the town, complete with ramparts and towers in very good condition, considering their age. We climbed the walls and the tower for excellent views of the town below us and the countryside beyond the town. Great photo opportunities.

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