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Beziers is a vibrant town perched on a rocky hill overlooking the plain of the Herault department. Beziers has had numerous rulers throughout its history, including the Greeks and the Romans. Like many French towns, it has been the subject of gruesome battles with many locals killed off during the First World War.
Today the town is a colourful place famed for fantastic wine and bullfighting. The surrounding countryside and the ochre-tinted houses help Beziers retain its charm. The local vineyards, which supply wine to surrounding regions and other countries, have enabled the town to rebuild itself and the cheap flights to Beziers airport attract thousands of tourists every year. The town's colourful history is evident everywhere you look, from the impressive Roman Amphitheatre to the picturesque cathedral. Whether you want to sip wine by the river or watch a real-life bull fight at the local bullring, there is something for everyone in this cultural town.