Vias is a small village in the South of France in Languedoc Roussillon, which harmoniously combines its heritage to beach fun.
With its defensive walls that give a round trait to the walled village and with the coloured facades of the village, you will find the fun parts on the market, sunbathe on the sunny beaches or walking along the shaded water side of the Canal du Midi, located only 500 meters from the camping in Vias. The patrimony de Saint Jean-Baptiste Church in Gothic style was built from a black stone from the volcano near Vias. ITs clock is made like a watchtower her arrow in pyramid shape is decorated with ringlets. The Saint Jean-Baptiste Church is listed as a historic monument. To visit absolutely!!
You can also visit the fountain on the place du 14 juillet, built entirely in volcanic stone or the Hall with eight openings composed of pillars supported by arches. An important building, our old town hall built in the 1970s, with a double staircase in front and in black stone as well as the outside framework of the port.
At the latest, the oldest House of Vias (the XV and XVI century), the residence of the Bishop of Agde.
The facade is in volcanic stone and all the carved parts in stone by Bréginnes.
Come discover the archaeological and historical heritage!