Montpellier is one of France’s favourite cities, with the average sunshine rate being over 300 days per year to take advantage of its beach location!
It enjoys a rich and varied cultural life and is experiencing a real estate boom.
New districts such as Port Marianne, Lironde, or Ovalie rub shoulders with a historic city centre with medieval alleys that house the oldest European medical school.
An urban transport network, in particular the four tramway lines, facilitates circulation in the city and links with neighbouring communes such as Jacou, Saint Jean de Védas or Juvignac.
It is therefore possible to live in the countryside while benefiting from the cultural activities of the city centre: Opéra de la Comédie, Montpellier Danse, Musée Fabre, Panacée or the new space dedicated to contemporary art: MO.CO.
The hinterland of Montpellier is also a great opportunity to get away from it all. For thrill-seekers and hikers, the playground is endless. The Pic Saint Loup and the Hortus have become landmarks for climbers and walkers.
Perhaps you will want to end your day tasting the diversity of our grape varieties. The Hérault is considered to be one of the largest vineyards in the world.
Do not hesitate to contact us so that we can assist you in your search for accommodation, with or without the Mobili Pass.
Aneta, mobility consultant for our company