Getting to Reflet d'Obione
Gourmet restaurant in the city centre of Montpellier
Reflet d'Obione has established itself on Rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau, in the district of Écusson, the historical heart of Montpellier, where townhouses, medieval buildings and Haussmannian facades stand alongside each other.
This is a wonderful part of the city to take a stroll, do some shopping, browse the shelves of book shops, explore the city’s history through its streets, and admire the Faculty of Medicine, the oldest in Western Europe, which celebrated its 800th anniversary in 2020!
Montpellier, an ideal city-break destination
Accessible by TGV high-speed rail services, the city of Montpellier is an ideal destination for urban tourism. A weekend break offers a chance to discover its museums, such as the Musée Fabre (considered to be one of Europe’s most beautiful museums of fine arts), the Musée d’Art Brut, the MoCo Contemporary Art Centre and more.
You can follow a street-art discovery route, set off to explore the city’s 80 townhouses, take a seat on the central square – Place de la Comédie – to soak up the atmosphere, go to a concert, hunt for second-hand gems and antiques at the market in the park of Peyrou on Sunday morning, and more…
You will never run out of things to see and do!
Between Camargue and the Cévennes
Montpellier is located at the intersection of two regions that are among the most beautiful in France: to the north lies the Cévennes and its magnificent landscapes; to the east lies the Camargue and its myriad of lakes that are home to pink flamingos. Nearby, you will find the Mediterranean coast dotted with delightful places to stop, like the charming port of Sète, the beautiful town of Le Grau-du-Roi and the stunning seaside resort of La Grande-Motte.