150-mile long canal, along with the Canal de Garonne form the Canal
des Deux Mers, joining the Atlantic to the Mediterranean, via the
Etang du Thau and the port of Sète. The canal is host to thousands
of canal boats (which can be residences or rented for pleasure cruises),
and is bordered by walking paths under wonderful old plane trees--some
of the most pleasant walking trails in all of France.