608 liO bus service (+ 105)

  • Montpellier
  • Le Vigan

The 608 "Montpellier - Le Vigan" liO bus takes you past garrigues, limestone cliffs and the Hérault River to the southern Cévennes at the foot of Mont Aigoual. In Le Vigan, take the 105 liO bus service to discover, in summer, the Navacelles cirque, Grand Site Occitanie.

  • Périod: all year round.
  • Days: Monday to Sunday, including bank holidays, except May 1st.
  • Recommended start point from Montpellier: Occitanie stop (tram 1).

Recommended stops 

Places to eat and sleep at each stop.

St Martin de Londres © ADT 34 Julie Noclercq


30 minutes from Montpellier. Stop: Centre-Pharmacie. The village is home to one of the best-preserved Romanesque monuments in the Languedoc: an 11th century church.

After a stroll through the narrow lanes, enjoy a refreshing break on one of the terraces in the square, shaded by century-old plane trees and its fountain. Find out more.


45 minutes from Montpellier. Stop: Mairie. The village lies at the northern gateway to the Gorges de l'Hérault and is heaven for outdoor sports: canoeing, kayaking, canyoning, via ferrata, climbing, caving and more.

If you fancy something more relaxing, you can visit the underground cathedral that is Grotte des Demoiselles cave. Find out more.

Laroque © ADT 34 - C-Armand


50 minutes from Montpellier. Stop: Les Berges. This small fortified medieval village stands on a rocky outcrop on the edge of the Gorges de l'Hérault and is a sight for sore eyes.

You can go for a swim, hire a pedalo, go canoeing, rock climbing or settle down at one of the little eateries in the shade of the plane trees overlooking the river... Find out more

Voie verte promenade viaduc © Olivier Octobre Pact Cevennes - CRTL Occitanie

Le Vigan

1 hr 20 from Montpellier. Stop: Communauté de Communes. Le Vigan is a lively little town surrounded by greenery. You'll love strolling around the Saturday morning market and sampling local produce such as pélardon and Cévennes sweet onions.

Listed as a "Station Verte", it's a great base for hikes or rides around Cirque de Navacelles on an e-bike, which you can hire from Cigale Aventure. Find out more

NB: In summer, the 105 liO bus service runs from Le Vigan to Cirque de Navacelles.

  • Period: summer
  • Days: Monday to Saturday (except bank holidays)
  • Recommended start point from Le Vigan: Communauté de Communes stop.

- Cirque de Navacelles: 0 hr 35 from Le Vigan. Stop: Blandas, Belvédere. See Gard tab - 105 

You can also catch the 108 liO bus service in Le Vigan: "Le Vigan - Trèves" takes you to Mont Aigoual and the limestone plateaus of the Causses & Cévennes.

  • Period: all year round.
  • Days: Monday to Saturday. No service on Sundays and bank holidays.
  • Recommended start point from Le Vigan: Communauté de Communes stop.

- Val-D'Aigoual: 1 hr from Le Vigan. Stop: La Serreyrede.
The Alti Aigoual resort is within a half hour walk of the stop and brings you outdoor sports for all ages throughout the year. Find out more.

- Lanuéjols: Lanuéjols lies on the Causse Noir, a small limestone plateau, with the Jonte, Tarn, Trévezel and Dourbie rivers below. Travel back in time as you explore the menhirs, dolmens and burial caves. Countless footpaths. Find out more