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Balaruc-les-Bains in southern France offers a water playground for those who enjoy sailing and other watersports. Built around its position on the Thau Lagoon, this beautiful area is famous for lovely views, wines and excellent cuisine. Whether you visit the town to relax in its serene coastal location or choose to have an adventure holiday on the water, the town is tourist friendly and Balaruc-les-Bains hotels are located close to landmarks and attractions. Venere offers excellent hotel accommodation in the heart of the tourist district which means you have a comfortable nest from which to explore the town. Choosing a Balaruc-les-Bains hotel is easy using the facilities on the website, which include a sample picture, reviews from previous guests and a simple online booking service.

What's Balaruc-les-Bains Like?

Much of the atmosphere of Balaruc-les-Bains revolves around the water. Sailing, diving, soaking up the sun or simply playing games at the shoreline with the family are ideal pursuits in Balaruc-les-Bains. Attractions for day visits abound and include the world famous Le Vigneron where you can buy fine French wine and taste it, O'Balia, where you can swim in warm water and enjoy the thermal warm water jets. At the Jardin Mediterranean gardens you can walk and enjoy the unique, indigenous plant life in the area. At Osez Plonger enthusiasts can enjoy diving in the Thau lagoon and beyond where you can see shipwrecks or expand your diving qualification. The best health and wellness treatments can be found at a variety of Balaruc-les-Bains spa hotels. Once the day is over enjoy the best food and wine at comfortable and luxurious Balaruc-les-Bains hotels.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Balaruc-Les-Bains

The central point of the town is the Thau Lagoon and its many activities. Cycling, water activities, jogging or walking in and around the lagoon area is a great way to meet and get to know locals in the area. Shaking hands is important at social gatherings and one should always introduce everybody present at a gathering. Good friends may kiss each other on one or both cheeks. Food and wine is important to the French and most social gatherings take place over meals. Social etiquette is important in France and manners should be carefully observed. Guests should never bring food to a meal and never bring wine as this may clash with the dish being served. French cooking is very refined so never try to impress with your culinary skills and knowledge of French food unless you are an expert! While French are known for romance they have a practical approach to life in general.