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LES ARESQUIERS ET LES ETANGS

Follow the trail along this listed site between Frontignan and Maguelone beach. The Etang de Vic lagoon extends towards Frontignan into a second, the Ingril. Its banks are bordered by marshes and reed beds where native and migratory birds gather. The canal linking the river Rhône to Sète crosses the lagoons east to west. Aresquiers beach and the 'Bois de La Fontaine' forest are located between them. The forest is a veritable sea of pines planted at the beginning of the last century, and is perfect for picnics. In the Middle Ages, when the lagoons were linked together, flat-bottomed trading boats would sail into them to shelter from pirates or bad weather.

Acces

  • Motorway - A9 sortie Sète n°33
  • Road (national / local) - N300 dir. Frontignan puis D 60

Location

  • Lakeside or pondside - étangs
  • Beach - Plage des Aresquiers
  • Near the Rhône-Sète Canal

Address

Avenue des étangs
Maison du tourisme et de la plaisance
FRONTIGNAN - LA-PEYRADE
34110 FRONTIGNAN

GPS coordinates : 43.4642733 / 3.81804944

Means of communication

Open

from 01/01/2021 to 31/12/2021

Animals accepted

yes
Free of charge

Spoken languages

Drapeau françaisDrapeau allemandDrapeau anglaisDrapeau espagnolDrapeau portugais

Groups

Reception of groups : yes

Free admission

yes

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