Many other city locations echo the attractiveness of these exceptional panoramic views: Beauregard, Bellevue, Bellerive, etc. Yet this lure of the lake and the mountains dates only from the 18th century. Previously, a view of the street was much more important in a city encircled by high walls and clustered around the cathedral. At the bottom of Chemin des Croix-Rouges, take a right, then cross the bridge on your left that straddles the railway tracks. Then keep straight on, continuing along the Chemin du Languedoc path. After a few minutes and before a down slope, turn right to enter a small park planted with vines. 5 mins.