Near Pezenas in the South of France, Gabian sits at the foothills of the high Languedoc Natural park. A charming and rustic village, Gabian is at the meeting point of two rivers, surrounded by vineyards and the open countryside of the garrigue. The Chateau de Cassan, a classified historical monument sits on a hill overlooking the village.
With its natural spring water fountains Gabian is both a picturesque and a lively working village with a bar café restaurant, a grocery, post office, baker, pharmacy and a weekly market.
Within easy reach are the High Languedoc Natural Park; fine sand beaches of the Mediterranean, historic artisan towns such as Pezenas and the cosmopolitan city of Montpellier.
The region encompasses a large variety of landscapes, from the Pyrenees in the west, through vineyards and the garrigue to the expanse of the mediterranean coastline and Provence and the camargue in the east. The landscape and climate make this the largest wine producing area in France.
There are so many places of interest such as the Canal du Midi, the ancient ports of Agde, Sete, Meze or Marseillan, the historic city of Nimes and World Heritage site of the Pont du Gard, the fortified cities of Carcassonne or Aigues-Mortes or picturesque sites like St Guilhem le Desert.
With easy and quick access to airports, railway and autoroutes, Gabian is the perfect location to live life in France.