GORGES DE LA VIS
The 'Gorges de la Vis', overlooked by the Séranne mountain range and by the Causse de Blandas, form a canyon which is dug in the sedimentary rocks, thus creating a landscape of cliffs, of masses of fallen rocks, of caves and of sources. The contrast between gorges and plateaus favours a rich biodiversity and a quality ecosystem. The Vis is a small meandering river, right tributary of the Hérault river, which is bordered by an abundant vegetation. During its peregrinations, the Vis river has dug its bed in the middle of impressive limestone plateaus: the causses. Along with the Virenque river, both of them have continued their work until it made a canyon, known as the Gorges de la Vis.