After Montpellier we never walked on a GR again. This flat agricultural land close to the Mediterranean did not seem to be favoured by the FFRP as a walking area. Nevertheless we found a way across it using farm tracks, old railway lines and minor roads.
The villages that we passed through were charming and the countryside was an almost continuous carpet of vines. Although only a few kilometres from the coast, we saw no other tourists at all except in the camping grounds, which were well-patronised and luxurious.
Summer was at last in full swing, and we started early every morning in a vain attempt to avoid the wrath of the midday sun.
Our route for this section
Day 11: Montpellier to Fabrègues
Day 12: Fabrègues to Loupian
Day 13: Loupian to Saint-Thibéry