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Situated closed to Montpellier’s town centre, in the heart of the Mediterranean, Montpellier-Méditerranée is the 11th busiest airport complex in France. Being the Languedoc-Roussillion’s main airport, Montpellier-Méditerranée Airport handled more than 1,300,000 passengers in 2014 and operated flights across France, Europe and North Africa. With around 17,000 regular flights per year, Montpellier-Méditerranée Airport serves around 20 destinations in France, Europe and Africa during the summer months. Covering 14,000m², Montpellier-Méditerranée Airport has two terminals, one being for departures, the other for arrivals. With more than 2,000 car parking spaces, passengers at Montpellier-Méditerranée Airport can benefit from long, medium or short stay parking. In terms of services on offer, Montpellier-Méditerranée Airport has a crèche, a Duty Free shop, an estate agency as well as several bars and restaurants.

A buzzing student town, Montpellier’s energy, history and sun kissed climate will seduce any visitor. The town has the largest pedestrianised centre in France, perfect for exploring Montpellier’s sights by foot. Book a flight to Montpellier, visit the Opéra de la Comédie, the Saint Pierre Cathedral and lose yourself in medieval streets lined with impressive mansions, an ode to the towns rich, mercantile past. Take a pit stop at the Place Canourgue or the Place du Marché aux Fleurs before heading to the Antigone quarter and Montpellier’s amazing Mare Nostrum aquarium. And if you fancy a shady spot, cool down in the botanical garden or by the fountains of Château d’O. Reserve a hotel room in Montpellier or its surrounds, for a perfect holiday close to these famous attractions. If you’re after a bit of peace and quiet, check out Palavas-les Flots, a picturesque fishing village only twenty minutes from Montpellier. Why not extend your trip to Camargue and visit its famous bull ranches? Or sample a Frontignon Muscat whilst watching pink flamingoes wade through the marshes at Saintes Maries de la Mer. What better way is there to unwind?