The fortified town of Carcassonne is the second most visited French attraction right after the Eiffel Tower. Enter Aigues Mortes in your search engine on the net. You will find it located about 20 km from Montpellier. If you do not want to visit places that everyone knows, you might like it here.
The main advantage for people with disabilities is that this town, surrounded by walls, was built in the 13th century on a plain surface and not on a rock like most of the medieval fortifications. Parking is right next to the wall, near the entrance gate. Inside are nice spacious lanes and well-preserved houses, some with a colorful façade.
The oldest building of the historic core is the Gothic church Notre-Dame-des-Sablons. Saint Louis Square is decorated with the beautiful fountain and the statue of King Louse IX, who founded Aigues Mortes. There are also small cafes and restaurants. Another monument that can not be overlooked is the Constance Tower. Unfortunately, inaccessible for wheelchair users due to spiral stairs.
France is a beautiful country, who visit it once, always comes back. So, have a good trip!