To the Montpellier gates

The Passiflore is located in the village of Vergèze, at the gates of Montpellier, regional capital of the Languedoc. The many attractions of Montpellier make it one of the six preferred cities of the French people. Montpellier has also become a popular tourist destination for both the French and international visitors who appreciate its mild climate throughout the year (300 days of sun per year) and the beauty of its architecture.

The development of the city of Montpellier, the regular work that takes place and its increasing popularity make the village of Vergèze the ideal place to stay: it has all the advantages of the big city with minimum inconveniences.

By car: Montpellier is located 38 km from Vergèze. Depending on the traffic, the drive could take around 35 minutes to reach the regional capital either by highway or the national 113. It is not recommended to travel by car downtown Montpellier. It is preferable to leave one’s vehicle in the city outdoor parking lots situated along the tram line (Odysseum and Occitanie) and travel by tram (2 lines and soon 3), by bicycle (TAM bicycle hire) or on foot.

By train: it takes between 20 to 30 minutes by the regional express train (TER) to go from Vergèze to the heart of Montpellier. There are 14 Round trips daily between the two destinations at a cost of around €14 per round trip. Trains circulate between 6:15 a.m. and 10: 30 p.m. The transport of bicycles is free in most trains.

There are numerous centers of interest in Montpellier. Beside the unique atmosphere of the Place de la Comédie and the small streets of downtown, Montpellier is a young city (60 000 students among 260 000 inhabitants in a town of 400,000 people), with cultural resources and extremely varied and surprising leisure activities: