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Montagnac has the best central southern France has to offer

Owning a property in the peaceful market town of Montagnac allows you to enjoy the best of the central south of France. Surrounded by vineyards and close to the salt lagoon of Thau and the Mediterranean beaches, the town is packed with southern character and basks in sunshine for some 300 days a year. A tranquil setting and easy paced lifestyle are offset by the possibility of hundreds of leisure activities, cultural events and fun days out in this fascinating region.

Shops and amenities in Montagnac

The market takes place in the town square every Friday morning, and is always a vibrant affair. Get along early to be sure of catching the best bargains, the freshest of local produce and the tastiest of local gossip! Montagnac also has small shops and services for everyday needs. If you want a supermarket, there's one very nearby in Pezenas. Montagnac does have a good restaurant where you can try the local delicacies for yourself in pleasant and friendly surroundings. The Hérault has a wonderful gastronomy. Many excellent wines are produced nearby and there is also the seafood for which the Étang de Thau is so noted.

Heritage of Montagnac

The town has a long and chequered history. It suffered badly during the French Wars of religion, with many of its buildings being destroyed. And, its castle, Château de Lavagnac, was demolished on Richelieu's orders in the 17th century and then rebuilt in the style of that time. However, there are still a number of monuments to see, and the town retains a charming, traditional ambience. Among the old buildings which are worth a look are the Church of Saint André, the Chapel of Saint Martin de la Garrigue, the Chapel of the Penitents, the Chapel Notre Dame de la Peyrière, the Hotel de Pegat and the Hotel de Rat.

Visit the Museum of Patrimony

Other points of interest include the Museum of Patrimony, and original features such as an old oil lamp mounted on a building, and the remains of the fortifications designed to keep Montagnac safe from invaders. Any stroll around the town will reveal interesting sights, and talking to the local families will be informative too as Montagnac is rich in legends and history.

Sports and leisure activities on offer

You'll find yourself spoilt for choice when it comes to finding sports and leisure activities in and around the little town of Montagnac. Access to the Med offers up all the possibilities suggested by the Med, with swimming, sailing, beach sports and walking always popular. Horse-riding and golf are also found nearby. There's a great nine-hole course at the pretty spa town of Lamalou les Bains, coastal courses at Agde and Montpellier, and at least ten more within the Languedoc region. Less sporty but equally entertaining are the opportunities to visit the wine domains and vineyards. Try a spot of wine tasting or you can even to take a short course to learn more about this, the driving force behind the region's economy for hundreds of years.

Discover the area around Montagnac

Montagnac enjoys a superb location that offers access to all the best bits of the Languedoc. Visit the fairytale city of Carcassonne and walk the narrow streets that take you back to a world long vanished. Spend long, lazy days at the beach, or sitting beside the waters of the Étang watching the fishermen bring in the day's oysters, or the rosy pink flamingoes stalking the shallows. Visit the safari park of Sigean, or take the kids for some watery fun at the Aqua Park in Agde. The ideas for days out are endless in this region, there is so much to see and do no matter what your tastes.

How to get there

The nearest airport is Béziers, and you can fly direct from the UK to this airport with Ryanair. Other airport options include Montpellier, Carcassonne, Perpignan or even Girona, just across the border into Spain. There are also TGV stations at Carcassonne, Béziers, Perpignan and Montpellier. If you are travelling by car, Montagnac is located near to the A75 motorway, on the D613/D161.

Property prices and availability in and around Montagnac

The Hérault can be a little more expensive than some of the departments of the Languedoc, but there are still plenty of affordable properties to be found around Montagnac, especially in 2012. We've currently got properties ranging from just 60,500 Euros to a stunning bastide at 650,000 Euros, so there should be something to suit most budgets.

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Montagnac AT A GLANCE

WHERE IS Montagnac?

Montagnac is situated in the centre south of France. It lies in the south of the Hérault department.

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Population: 3,570

Access: By air: Fly to Béziers. By rail: There are TGV railway stations in Béziers and Montpellier. By road: The town is found on the D613/D161 roads, not far from the A75 motorway.

Economy: The economy is concerned with wine, tourism and small commerce.

Interesting fact: Montagnac's castle was demolished in the 17th century, and rebuilt on the orders of Richlieu.

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