The old village of Sérignan is located in the South of Béziers on the Biterrois plain, is bordered to the North by the Orb river and to the South by the Mediterranean coast. This is a quaint little spot where you can take a stroll, lose yourself and do some shopping. In the heart of the village, you will meet squares and narrow streets typical of the south where, whilst winding your way down a back street, you will suddenly find yourself face to face with a magnificent renaissance door or statues of the village patron saint. You can also visit the Notre Dame de Grâce Church and its impressive 30 m tower which houses a keep above the town.
- FARMER’S MARKETS
Sample delicious local products straight from the producer to the consumer. The choice is yours! There are plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables and appetising artisanal products from the region.
¤ Traditional market
Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings from 7 am to 1 pm.
Every year on the promenade and in July and August on the promenade and in the square of the Marius Castagné Forum.
¤ Thursday farmers’ market ’Jeudis des Producteurs’
Tasting on site and live music every thursday (july and august) from 6pm to 11pm.
¤ Tuesday art market ’Mardis de l’art’
On the promenade every tuesday evening (july and august) fleamarket and art creators from 6pm to 11pm.
¤ Plant and flower market
Spring and automn from 9 am to 5:30 pm. On the promenade
REGIONAL MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART OF LANGUEDOC ROUSSILLON IN SERIGNAN
This was the first museum of contemporary art in Languedoc Roussillon. The works in this place are expressed in various ways, each displayed in turn in the graphic arts exhibition room, video room, experimental display, library room or quite simply in the gallery. It houses a plethora of graphic art displays in an area of 2,700 m², in which you will find permanent and temporary collections.
The museum is open to the general public and offers guided visits, lectures and workshops for children.
Open between 10 am and 6 pm daily except Mondays and bank holidays. Weekend : open from 1pm to 6 pm
Information : +33 (0)220.127.116.11.05 / firstname.lastname@example.org
THE GRANDE MAIRE
This is an intact and particularly beautiful place, within striking distance of the Domaine de Beauséjour campsite. The site of the Grande Maïre forms part of the ecological European Natura 200 network. With 424Ha (1,050 acres) of preserved and protected countryside, typical of natural environments found on the low-lying coastal areas of the Languedoc, the area is home to extremely rare plant and animal species. Comprised of lagoons, sand and salt flats, the area is rich in fresh water streams flowing from the Grande Maïre to join the estuary and silt rivers.
Lovers of freedom will find a naturist beach just 500 meters from the campsite,