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Beziers Polygone, The Ideal Place For An Outing With Family and Friends

If you are staying near Béziers, there's great shopping at the outdoor Polygone mall in Béziers. Shopping, restaurants, leisure, there is a large choice of activities with bowling, cinema and restaurants. Opened from Monday to Saturday at 10 am - 8 pm, the Polygone Beziers is unarguably one of the largest shopping malls in Beziers, France.

It offers you a diverse choice of signature goods. If this is not enough, you will find it relaxing to walk beside the open air plant in the heart of the city. Thanks to the large terrace of this shopping center, it also houses numerous restaurants, a bowling alley, as well as a cinema. The motto of this place is to offer relaxation while shopping to its customers.

This 40,000 square meter open-air shopping and leisure center has 110 shops, a nine-screen multiplex cinema, ten restaurants and a 20-lane bowling alley, including six suspended tracks, as well as 1500 parking spaces on two levels.

This is a perfect place for parents and their kids too, who will find an entertaining time over here because of the carousel, the small playground, and the fish ponds.

And if you want to skip shopping malls during your visit at Beziers, here’s what to do during your visit to one of the oldest French cities:

Béziers Cathedral

Known in French as Cathédrale Saint-Nazaire-et-Saint-Celse de Béziers, this ecclesiastical building was constructed in the Middle Ages and was actually built on the site of a former place of worship that was destroyed during the Massacre at Béziers.

Stay in a luxury hotel

If you’re looking for a literal luxury, then Béziers has this too. A great option is l’Hotel Particulier Béziers, a former family mansion with all the luxuries you’d expect from an up-to-date and modern hotel.

Visit the locks of Fonserannes

From Roman history to more modern events, Béziers is probably best-known for the tragic persecution of the Cathars, the site on which the fortified Béziers cathedral now stands. Elsewhere in the city, Béziers is the birthplace of Paul Riquet, the man who went on to engineer the Canal du Midi. A twenty-minute walk from the city center, the neuf Ecluses des Fonserannes (the nine locks of Fonserannes) is included within the UNESCO listing for the Canal du Midi and the impressive stepped locks were opened to the public in 1697.

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