Located 19 km from Béziers, 15 km from Lamalou and 7 km from Roquebrun, Causse et Veyran is a typical wine village. It is a village in the Languedoc region, located on the main road, D19, from Murviel-lès-Béziers to Roquebrun. The territory of Causses reaches the banks of the Orb, and it is dominated by Puech du Mont Peyroux. The village of Causses lies on a clay and limestone plateau dating back to the Pliocene.
The name of the village derives from those of two places: Causses
: Caucio (1199), from the Latin calx: lime, limestone. Veyran
: from the man name Avarius, Varius or Verius and suffix anum (Latin suffix suggesting ownership). From 1625, the two names appear together: Causses et Vairan. In 1760, the name of Causses et Veyran is established. Causses absorbs Veyran town between 1790 and 1794.