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Sauvian - lovely village with Roman origins

With its origins rooted in Roman times, the lovely village of Sauvian offers a delightful blend of historic interest and charm along with modern day comfort and ease of living. Picturesque and set amid lovely countryside, close to the Mediterranean coast and the Canal du Midi, Sauvian is a lively village with excellent amenities and access to many of the region's most popular attractions.

Facilities on offer

Although Sauvian is classed as a village, rather than a town, it is a large village and is well equipped with shops and other amenities. Most things you will need for everyday living can be found within the village, including local shops and services, a supermarket, cafés, bars and restaurants, wine caves and even a bowling alley for entertainment!

Lively and friendly, with historic features

There is a lively, friendly atmosphere, and a good mix of French and other nationalities with a number of British property owners settled here. Larger towns with even more facilities can easily be accessed within a few miles of Sauvian. Sauvian also presents some interesting historic features, with a castle, clock tower, fountain and Roman remains.

Perfect location with many attractions close by

One thing that you can be sure of when you base yourself in Sauvian is that you will never be bored. The village has a perfect location, within some 10 minutes of the coast, and also close to the Canal du Midi. The Mediterranean coast of the Hérault has an added attraction to its sandy beaches and lively resort towns, in that it is also the place to find wonderful salt lagoons, rich in wildlife and shellfish and offering opportunities for water sports.

Adventure sports and leisure activities available

Out in the countryside there are huge expanses of vineyards with wine estates where you can take tours and tastings, and where you can find diverse landscapes of rivers, canyons and hills which are a perfect outdoor playground for adventure sports enthusiasts. The region also offers golf courses, horse-riding stables, cycle hire and more.

Enjoy cultural events and visit historical towns

Culture buffs will discover a great choice of museums, art galleries and festivals to enjoy within easy reach of Sauvian, while those who enjoy history and heritage can visit great cities such as Béziers, Carcassonne and Montpellier.

How to get there

The nearest airport is that of Béziers, which is practically on the door-step. Montpellier, Toulouse, Carcassonne and Perpignan airports are also not too far away. Ryanair, easyJet, Bmi Baby and Flybe are the airlines which currently serve one or other of these airports. Meanwhile rail travel is possible too, as you can take the Eurostar from England to Paris, then change to a TGV and travel swiftly to Montpellier or Toulouse. There is also a railway station at Béziers, if you want to travel onwards by train. If travelling by car, you will find Sauvian located on the D19. The nearest major road is the A9 auto route.

Property prices and availability in and around Sauvian

The Hérault is very popular with property seekers, both home grown and from abroad, so prices have risen in recent years. However, property here is still considerably cheaper than that found in nearby Provence, and there is a good variety of property on the market, offering a chance to find something to suit most budgets.

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Sauvian AT A GLANCE

WHERE IS Sauvian?

Sauvian lies in the south-west of the Hérault department, near the coast.

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IN THE REGION OF LANGUEDOC-ROUSSILLON

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IN THE DEPARTMENT OF HÉRAULT

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Population: 4,101


Access: By air: Fly to Béziers. By rail: The TGV runs into Toulouse and Montpellier, with connections to Béziers. By road: The village is found on the D19 road.


Economy: The economy is concerned mainly with wine and tourism.


Interesting fact: The village was once home to Roger de Loria, famous Aragonese admiral and infamous pirate!

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