Rendez-vous to Fise

    This free event takes place right in downtown Montpellier, along the banks of the Lez River. Most of the structures are built half on land, half on the water

    Every year, the world's top professionals get together for 5 wild days of skateboarding, roller-blading, BMX, snowboarding, and wakeboard. Nearly a thousand amateurs also come to measure their skills against the champions.

    The largest extreme sports event in Europe:

    Free, right in downtown Montpellier

    Over 220,000 visitors expected

     Pro riders from around the world

    Support from 3 major partners: Montpellier Aglomération, the City of Montpellier, and Région Languedoc Roussillon

    Some 40 exhibiters, so visitors can take home a souvenir or pick up something by leading street culture brands

    This year, the FISE takes place from 16th to 20th of May 2012.

    Tel : 33(0)4 67 40 15 35



    Access: Tramway line 1, 3 or 4. Stop “Rives du Lez”


    Rives du Lez  34000 Montpellier


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Things to see

  • © ChateauSaintMaurice

    Château Saint Maurice was for many years home to monks who used to grow lavender, fruit, olives and grapes.
  • © Illustration Agence Fabre&Speller

    Welcome to the Cave of Pont d’Arc, replica of the "Chauvet Cave", in Ardèche (Rhône-Alpes).
  • © Maison Lavau

    The Lavau winery offers patrons an original way to discover the spark that makes southern Côtes du Rhône wines so special (i.e. the blending of several varieties). 
  • © Cairanne

    Enjoy a fun course that will help you explore the world of wine.
  • © C. Duranti

    In the South of France, between the mountains and the Mediterranean Sea, sits a region of light and vibrant colour. Just three hours by TGV from Paris: the sky is azure and the sun shines. You are in Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur: here, the sea is at your feet and the Alpine peaks a mere few hours away by car.
  • © OT Carcassonne / Paul Palau

    Discover Carcassonne, a medieval city full of character, and its two listed UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
  • © CRT Midi-Pyrénées / Dominique VIET

    The Canal du Midi is a must-see attraction, classed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and considered one of the major works during the reign of Louis XIV.
  • © C. Méravilles / Grand Rodez

    The museum dedicated to the work of the French painter, sculptor and engraver Pierre Soulages, presents over 500 works and documents from the artist.
  • © @Carafes en Folie

    If gastronomy, regional scents, and wine tasting are your thing, then head to Tournon-sur-Rhone in the Ardèche region and pay a visit to the Carafes en Folie wine bar, with its cosy atmosphere

Point of interest