Travel to Pezenas

The Couvent des Ursulines in Pezenas is in an ideal location for the perfect South of France holiday.

It’s just 20 minutes from mediterranean beaches, walking distance from restaurants, wine bars, brocantes (antiques and bric a brac), perfectly situated to explore the region by car and visit historic villages, wineries and cafes or go hiking in the Languedoc National Park or kayaking down the Orb or the Herault.

We recommend that you hire a car for your stay as there are so many activities in the area. If you prefer to use public transport please see below the airport list for options.

Pezenas is under 2 hours drive from 9 different airports!  In order of closest first:

Beziers – flights from Luton, Bristol, Dusseldorf, Oslo and Stockholm

Montpellier – flights from Leeds, Brussels and Frankfurt

Carcassonne – flights from Dublin, Glasgow, Brussels. Liverpool, East Midlands and Stansted

Perpignan – flights from Stansted and Brussels

Nimes – tbc

Girona – flights from everywhere!

Marseilles – flights also from everywhere.

Toulouse – flights with many major airlines

Rodez – tbc.

Car Hire

You can book your cars in advance from Europcar at Beziers airport.

Taxi shuttle

We can put you in touch with a local taxi who will take you from Beziers airport to the Couvent in Pezenas for E40 each way.  He can also service Agde and Beziers train stations.

Public Transport

Buses go daily to Montpellier and Beziers and there are many local buses to neighbouring villages so it is possible to explore the area on local transport.

From the other airports you can take a shuttle then a train to Agde.


Bikes are available for hire in Pezenas and the local countryside is great for cycle exploring!

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In Summer we offer weekly stays with either Friday or Saturday check in. The rest of the year we are very flexible on arrival days and durations of stay (min. 2 or 3 nights). Please check here for availability: