The old village of Sérignan is located in the plain of Biterrois, south of Béziers. This place sees its borders traced to the north by the river Orb and to the south by the Mediterranean Sea.
A pretty village where you can stroll, get lost and make a bargain.
At the heart of this sunny place in Languedoc Roussillon, the typically southern streets where you will come across a beautiful Renaissance gate or statues of the patron saint of the village.
Do not forget to pay a visit to the Collegiate Church of Our Lady of Grace to admire the striking 30m high bell tower that rises like a dungeon above the city.
Here you have the choice for fresh fruits and vegetables, regional products, crafts and sweetness. Sérignan offers in the summer period a night craft market and a farmer’s market with good local products directly from the producer to the consumer.
¤ Traditional Market Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays morning from 7:00 to 13:00. All year long on the promenade and in July and August on the promenade and on the Forum Marius Castagné square.
¤ Producers Thursdays
On-site tastings and musical entertainment every Thursday (July and August) from 6 pm to 11 pm at the administrative center
¤ Tuesdays of art
On the promenade, during July and August, art and craft market at night from 18h to 23h
¤ Plant & flower market
In spring and autumn from 9:00 to 17:30. On the promenade
The Regional Museum of Contemporary Art was the 1st museum of contemporary art de l’Hérault. It is an essential cultural site, a graphic arts stronghold on 2700 m² of space hosting temporary exhibitions and a permanent collection. A place where works find different ways to express themselves exposed in turn in a graphic arts cabinet, a video room, an experimental showcase, a library lounge, a bookstore or shop or simply in the gallery.
The museum welcomes all publics and offers activities such as guided tours, lectures and children’s workshops.
Open from 10h to 18h from Tuesday to Friday and the weekend from 13h to 18h. Closed Mondays and holidays.
Informations : 04.67.32.33.05 / firstname.lastname@example.org
A place intact and particularly beautiful at the doors of the campsite Beausejour. With 424Ha of preserved and protected nature, typical of the natural environment of the lower Languedoc coast, the Grand Maïre site is part of the european ecological network natura 2000. This area is home to very rare plant and animal species. Made up of lagoons, sand and salt meadows, it is surveyed by the freshwater streams of the Grande Maïre which join estuarine rivers and mudflats.
Lovers of freedom will find a beach reserved for naturists at 500 meters from the campsite.