Cazouls d'Hérault is a Languedoc village par excellence.
It is a real green setting, crisscrossed with narrow streets.
The village keeps its freshness in summer.
One can almost feel the rumor of a still close past when the streets were animated at the rhythm of the grape harvests and of the viticultural works.
The dyke is the village's protective green belt and dominates the surrounding plain.
It is accessible on foot or by mountain bike (circuit 10 from Nizas).
Tambourine is a little known sport, practiced in the south of France and in Italy. Cazouls d'Hérault is one of the main villages of the Hérault where this original sport is practiced. Friendly matches are regularly held on the new field, on weekends, from April to mid-October. Cazouls even hosted the European tambourine championship in 2011.
The historical buildings of the village bear witness to a rich past: the Commandery of the Templars which was founded in the 12th century, and the Church of St Peter - St Paul from the 19th century.
Although the river Hérault does not cross the village, it is the ideal place for a short walk through the poplars.
In a few minutes on foot, you will reach its wild banks.
If you are sporty, you can, after a walk through the vineyards, reach the chapel of Paulhan, visible on a hill near the A75.