To the northwest of the Grand Pic Saint-Loup, the Hérault meanders through an incredible landscape of rocky gorges and Mediterranean vegetation.

The Gorges de l'Hérault is a magnificent landscape, both wild and refreshing, rich in leisure activities and the discovery of exceptional sites. 

Swimming, canoeing and kayaking down the Hérault, climbing, hiking ... so many exotic outdoor activities that the professionals will help you discover, whatever your level. 

Discover also the magnificent medieval villages of the Grand Pic Saint-Loup such as St-Martin de Londres or Notre-Dame de Londres, as well as the exceptional sites of the Grand Pic Saint-Loup such as the medieval village of Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert or the remarkable abbey of Gellone.

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The Grand Site de France classification: preservation and sustainable development.

The "Grand Site de France" designation is an official label, registered in the environmental code and awarded by the State to a listed site of great renown and high visitor numbers. 

The "Grand Site de France" classification is a demanding process. Its attribution is subject to the implementation of a project for the preservation, management and development of the site, in accordance with the principles of sustainable development.

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Preserving the landscapes and natural spaces, restoring and enhancing the cultural and architectural heritage, managing visitor numbers, traffic and parking, improving the reception of visitors and the socio-economic benefits, and encouraging local consultation are the main thrusts of the management plan for the Grand Site carried out by the three Communities of Communes concerned* for the next six years.

The Grand Site de France "Gorges de l'Hérault" now covers 10 communes: Argelliers, St-Martin-de-Londres, Causse-de-la-Selle, Notre-Dame-de-Londres, Brissac, Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert, Saint-Jean-de-Fos, Montpeyroux, Aniane and Puéchabon.

* Communauté de communes Vallée de l’Hérault, communauté de communes du Grand Pic Saint-Loup et communauté de communes Cévennes Gangeoises et Suménoises.

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