Frontignan, with a population of about 23,000 and a seven-kilometer beach front, is a lovely Mediterranean town on the edge of the Thau Basin, crossed by The Rhone Canal. Well-known for its muscats and wines in general, Frontignan has a lot to offer to its habitants and tourists, including protected hiking areas, ponds, bike trails, and colourful markets.
The charms that make special vacations are enhanced by Frontignan’s beaches, hills, sea, and pond!
Saint-Paul Church, in the city centre, listed as a historical monument. Built between the 12th and 14th centuries. Guided tours from mid-June to mid-October every Wednesday at 3 p.m. Meeting place in front of the church.
Between hills and the Mediterranean, over more than seven kilometres of unspoiled coastline and protected natural areas, Frontignan offers a full range of activities and multiple getaways. Breathe a great breath of fresh air in the heart of beautiful landscapes: ancient salt marshes, scrubland, vineyards, ponds…
In Frontignan, the summers are short, warm, dry, and mostly clear and the winters are long, windy and partly cloudy. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 3°C to 29°C and is rarely below -2°C or above 32°C.
Frontignan is only a 30 minutes drive from Montpellier airport.