Quality Hotel du Golf Montpellier Juvignac
38, avenue des Hameaux du Golf
Phone: (33) 4 67-459000
Fax: (33) 4 67-459020
38, avenue des Hameaux du Golf, Juvignac, FR, 34990
- Phone: (33) 4 67-459000
- Fax: (33) 4 67-459020
This little grocers sells fruit and vegetables to regulars from the neighborhood. Only closed on federal holidays, it offers high quality produce. The variety of fruit is as good as the range of vegetables, including apples from the Alps, persimmons and medlars according to the season. Another particularity of this shop are the marinated and non-marinated black and green olives that are sold by the ladle full. The olives of the region, known as lucques, are the most popular. Finally, you can also buy flavorsome cheeses made by local producers. A little expensive, but excellent quality and service.
This friendly shop specialized in making and selling kites that are small, large, simple, complex, basically a whole range to satisfy novices and professionals alike. And if you are really having problems flying your kite the shop offers individual lessons that will introduce you to or allow you to perfect this sporting hobby. In another genre you will also find all the material you need for juggling, balls or clubs, a large choice of boomerangs, as well as numerous magazines, books and videos.
This shop is quite a landmark for English teachers and their students. You will find all the books necessary for mastering the English language. The owner will welcome you with a big friendly "hello", which quickly puts you at ease. One of the advantages of this bookshop is that they rent out videos of films or documentaries with around 1000 titles available. Second hand books are also available.
A shop devoted to cinema and associated merchandise, including posters, T-shirts, post cards or film photos. The film students of Montpellier and all sorts of cinema lovers gather here. The clientele is quite young, easy going and talkative.
If you love good music then come and have a look round 'O'CD. Boxes of cheap CDs are displayed in front of the shop, while inside every genre of music is represented, from jazz to hip hop. There are CD listening posts to help you choose your discs. You can also sell or exchange your own CDs and the shop is open on Sundays. The clientele is as eclectic as the choice of music on offer, but a warm welcome is assured.
This bookshop come tea-room is a great place for homesick English speakers, as it has all the recent English and American best sellers and classics. There are new and second hand books including a children's section. Lovers of Hitchcock or Woody Allen comedies are also catered for downstairs where there is a selection of their films (in English). Once you have made your choice you can try the drinks and delicious cakes in the tea-room on the first floor.
This market features a variety of goods and products specific to Montpellier and makes a great day activity. Find fresh produce, local goods, souvenirs and other knick-knacks here.
Right at the top of Rue de la Loge, this traditional shop does not put on any airs, but you will certainly appreciate the quality of the articles on offer. Genuine Panama hats (ideal for summer), black felt hats and beautiful caps are all available. The style of the shop corresponds with clientele: over 40 years old! Nonetheless they say that a Panama is for all ages, so to survive those hot summer days do not hesitate to pop in.
This magical shop consists of four tiny ground floor rooms in a fine house in the center of Montpellier. The toys suit all generations, from traditional toys such as cup and ball games, yo-yo's, diabolos, croquet, dominoes, dice, skittles, and some more modern toys including battleships, lava lamps and electric trains. Lovers of figurines can discover miniatures of Tex Avery and Disney characters, while no one should miss out on the carved wooden chess pieces in the shape of comic book characters.
This place draws in a young clientèle who often come to exchange CDs and to promote their own musical creations at maximum volume. There's also Brooklyn style clothing with a range of trendy caps, glasses, T-shirts, and trainers. Brand names include Bull Rot, Heist, and Ecko. Besides clothes, you will also find CDs and cassettes. A friendly and youthful welcome is assured.
In this pearl shop with an Indian atmosphere, you can let your imagination run free and compose your own necklaces and earrings following the advice of the sales assistant. A large choice of pearls awaits you, as do all other necessary materials from the most simple to the most elaborate in plastic, glass, wood and clay. All you need do is thread your pearls and leave with a unique necklace for only about (EUR5).
If you cannot afford a trip to Ireland, take a tour around this shop where you will find all the objects of Irish folklore and tradition. You can dig out big twist woven sweaters made of sheep's wool, rugby shirts, duffel coats, jewelry with Celtic designs and of course tankards of Guiness and bottles of whisky with the glasses to go with them. The warm welcome lives up to the legendary tradition of hospitality.