Abbaye de Gellone - Saint Guilhem le Désert © OTISGVH
Pont du Diable - Aniane © OTISGVH
Abbaye de Gellone - Saint Guilhem le Désert © OTISGVH

Bike and moutain bike

By Bike

The ‘Destination Pays Coeur d'Herault’ offers 10 cycling routes of varying  distance and level of difficulty. These include several Classified Sites to discover:

- Saint Guilhem le Désert and the Gorges of the Hérault

- The Salagou Valley and the Cirque de Mourèze

- The Cirque de Navacelles

There are also circuits through the valley’s vineyards and olive groves or through Southern Larzac – all offering many opportunities to discover the treasures of local heritage.

By Mountain Bike

The Hérault Valley offers large spaces and a feast of thrilling experiences. Here, you can mountain bike the whole year round.  Between mediterranean mountains, the fragrant scrublands and the famous hillside vineyards. The Espace VTT Vallée de l’Hérault (mountain bike section of the Tourist Office) provides 7 well-marked mountain bike circuits which will help you discover our local heritage and our most beautiful countryside.

Various levels of difficulty are available, with routes that range from 6 to 28 kilometres.  Area maps are available from Tourist Offices at €5, along with individual route maps, topographical guides and bike repair equipment. 


Focus on...


Abbaye de Gellone © OT SGVH

Saint Guilhem le Désert

This Classified Site, is one of the most beautiful villages in France on St James' Way to Santiago de Compostella in western Spain...

Aniane, Pont du Diable © OTISTVH

Pont du Diable

Situated at the outlet of the Herault Gorges, the Pont du Diable is registered as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO...

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Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert - Hérault Valley Tourist Office
Accueil Gignac : 33(0)4 67 57 58 83
Accueil Grand Site de France "Saint Guilhem le Désert Gorges de l'Hérault" :
33(0)4 67 56 41 97

  • Office de Tourisme Intercommunal Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert - Vallée de l'Hérault
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