Béziers is a fascinating city that provides no end of subjects for sketchers! The impressive Cathedral Saint-Nazaire stands high above the city and overlooks the Canal du Midi and River Orb below. In the city centre is a huge avenue lined with plane trees and cafés, leading to a historic area with cobbled streets and bric-a-brac shops. There are regular busy markets, both indoors and out. Towards the outskirts of the city is a modern shopping centre and a beautiful landscaped park full of statues, trees and fountains.
The main railway station is within walking distance of the city centre and on the main TGV line between Montpellier and Barcelona. Smaller buses help you get around if you prefer not to walk.
No idea what to sketch? Discover the magic in the mundane and bring it to life in your sketchbook (Béziers)Find out more »
Get bold with ink and watercolour and sketch some traditional yuletide favourites. (Béziers)Find out more »
A gentle sketching in watercolour workshop in Béziers to help you create the impression of water, on paper.Find out more »
This fun workshop in Béziers helps you simplify how to add some 4-legged friends to your sketches!Find out more »
Shortcuts to adding trees and greenery to your sketches, mixing greens and observing natural shapes. (Béziers)Find out more »
This full-day Food and Nature workshop takes place in Béziers and a fantastic opportunity to work with Urban Sketcher and Illustrator Santi Sallés.Find out more »
This fun workshop is designed to help you get started with sketching on location. You'll learn heaps of tips and tricks whilst exploring the charming old city of Béziers.Find out more »
A relaxed and informal introduction to help you get started with travel sketching. This workshop in Béziers is ideal for anyone that would like to try sketching but thinks they cannot draw!Find out more »
Sketching on location can sometimes be overwhelming, but this relaxed workshop in Béziers will give you some tips and tricks on how to capture the essence of a hectic place - without the stress factor!Find out more »