The map shows 43 Blvd. Jean Bertouy close to the “Centre Ville”. (You can drag the map around and zoom in and out, or see a bigger map via the link below)
Blvd. Jean Bertouy is a wide road which leads directly from the old town to the Bassin de Thau just 150 metres away, and is just 75 metres behind Quai Antonin Gros and the yacht harbour.
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The following distances are approximate:
Le Havre 930 km
Paris, Porte D'Italie 614km
Marseillan-Plage and the Mediterranean 8 km
Agde 8 km
Beziers 46 km
Montpellier Airport 50 km
Nimes airport 102 km
Perpignan Airport 114km
A9 Autoroute exit 34 18 km
Agde Centre 8km
Beziers Centre 33km
Sete Centre (via the Mediterranean coastline) 23km.
By Rail: To Montpellier, approximately 7 hours from London Waterloo, changing at Lille. For Rail Europe Click Here
Ryanair from Stansted to Nimes, Montpellier (closest) Perpignan or Carcassonne. British Airways also fly to Montpellier.
Either from Le Havre, to Paris on A13, skirt round via Versailles, pick up A6 to Lyon, onto the A7 and then A9 from Orange and exit at junction 34 through St Thibery, then Florensac to Marseillan.
Alternatively take the N154 from Rouen and pick up the A10 before Orleans, the A71 to Clermont-Ferrand and the A75 through the Massif Central, crossing the marvellous Millau Viaduct. Exit at junction 59 SP Montagnac & Marseillan.
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