Situated south-west of Montpellier, Villeneuve-lès-Maguelone is blessed with a pristine 9-kilometre long beach, free of any buildings.
You reach it via a footbridge that crosses the Canal du Rhône in Sète. You can travel to the beach on foot, by bicycle or on the little train (from May to September), but there’s more...
In a leafy setting in the centre of the peninsula, the Saint-Pierre de Maguelone cathedral is a unique place where history meets tradition.
This fortified church, a former Romanesque bishop's palace, received popes and bishops in the Middle Ages.
The town has a number of renowned wineries offering a range of wines and muscats that regularly win awards.
Not to be missed: The music festival and the Festikite kite festival.
10 km south of Montpellier lies Villeneuve-lès-Maguelone, a little coastal little town with a rich and exceptional natural heritage and preserved, wild nature. The Saint Pierre of Maguelone Cathedral is a place at the ...
A mosaic of atmospheres
Montpellier, festive, mediterranean and creative city...