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Things to do

The Beach

The beach is 2.5 kms away and accessible using the biking lane from the town (500 meters away), or by bus from the town, or by car. It offers 7 kms of fine sand between sea and lakes. At its eastern end is the Aresquier naturist beach.

The Lakes

The lakes are typical of the Languedoc region and are a protected natural reserve. You can walk or bike around the Etang d’Ingril or stroll among the old salt beds.

Sea Sports

There is a good windsurfing and kitesurfing area on the lake with a windsurfing/kitesurfing school. Other sea sports and activities include paddle board, scuba diving, sailing and fishing

la Gardiole

La Gardiole is a range of hills a short 800-meters walk from Selhac. This entirely natural and protected landscape offers many hiking trails. From the highest point you will dicover the magnificent view that ranges from Sète to Port Camargue, with Frontignan just below you. In clear weather you can even see the Espiguette lighthouse in the east and Cap Creus in the west. Don’t miss the “capitelles”, or ancient shelters made of dry stones.

The Vineyards

They are all around Frontignan. You can walk or bike around the vineyards from Selhac. You can also join weekly degustation tours organized by the wine growers association and the municipality.

The Town

Many shops are found in the town about 600 meters from Selhac, with a bakery 400 meters and a supermarket 300 meters away. Guided tours are available to learn about the history of Frontignan. Various other activities take place every week.


Don’t miss the Frontignan market days on Thursday and Saturday. You will discover the soul of our large village.


Mistral cinema is about 1 km away


Located 7 kilometers away, accessible by car, bus, train and even on biking lanes, Sète has been called the Venice of the South of France because of its beautiful canals. It is the hometown of famous French poet Paul Valery and singer George Brassens. The whole town meets during market day on Wednesday.


Located 18 km away by car, bus or train, Montpellier is the capital of the region. There is so much to say that we leave it to you to find out more on the Internet. We highly recommend a walk through the old town.

Saint Guilhem le désert

55 km away this charming village offers old stones, the beautiful Herault river, and a visit to the Clamouse cave.


The home town of Molière proposes many cultural activities (35km).

The Coast

Discover the modern resort towns of La Grand-Motte and Port Camargue (about 50km) and Cap d’Agde (35km)

Salagou Lake

45 km away