In the heart of the Languedoc Roussillon with its Mediterranean climate, its vineyards, cultural and architectural heritage, its beaches and traditional cooking, Montagnac is waiting for you.
So why choose between the sea and the mountains, a small village or a big town, between vineyards or historical heritage? Montagnac has all of this within a 30 minute drive.
Looking for authenticity? Come and walk in the typical narrow streets, visit its XIII (13th) century church with its towering steeple, its esplanade shaded by plane trees or centuries old houses built by rich merchants in the 14th and 15th centuries.
The Park at Besilles is rich in vegetation and has many sporting activities; relax by the pool or picnic in the shade of the ancient pine trees.
Firday mornings come and share Montagnac life, the same for 800 years revolving around the stalls of the market which have a rich mix of products and fresh, local produce all of which contribute to a good quality of life for the people of Montagnac.
You could extend your visit with a wine tasting at the Cave Co-operative or one of the many wine domains in and around Montagnac.
Thanks to the Romans and Greeks for cultivating their vines and introducing wine all those years ago.
Dionysos and Bacchus and the work of their men have shaped and made the land that surrounds our village.
Some of the wines produced here are amongst the best in the World and are served in many top restaurants World-wide.
Then it will be the perfect time to relax and have dinner in one of our warm and welcoming restaurants which are open all year round.
So it’s for all of these reasons it makes us happy to guide you towards our village – welcome to Montagnac!