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The Heritage department of the Communauté de Communes also proposes guided visits by qualified heritage guides of the historical centre of Lunel and of the village of Boisseron.


See information below:

Guided visit of the historical town centre of Lunel

Enter the heart of Lunel history, its intimacy and mysteries. The guided visit of the historical town centre reveals all its secrets in the bend of an alley and in the course of the explanations.


It is difficult to date the birth of Lunel with precision due to its creation on a swampy region. The thing we are sure of is that in 888, Lunel was erected as a barony and grouped together 13 villages. At the beginning of the year 1000, it belonged to Bernard of Anduze, baron of Sauve who gave it to the Gaucelm family, lords of Lunel. But when Rosselin Gaucelm died, Lunel was left without a male heir. At that time, a rich town with numerous salt storehouses, Lunel was taken over by the King of France ...

The history of the town was marked by an important jewish community, most probably originating from Spain but also by the Templar's, the Carmelites, the Capuchins and the Franciscans who also contributed to the history of this town.



For more information, contact us on 00 33(0) 4 67 02 22 33

Guided visit of Boisseron

The Romans again and still present!

The imprint of their occupation on the territory of Boisseron manifests itself by the presence of a Roman bridge dating from the beginning of our era. Built most certainly under the Roman emperor Tiberius, it is today a historical classified monument.

But there is much more of the history of Boisseron! Discover its many secrets as the town reveals itself. The still visible stunning remains and monuments will help the village to tell its story.


Go and discover the Roman bridge, the church, the medieval castle, the city hall and its original bell-turret when you go through the fortified door... and much more because this visit will be full of surprises!

History cannot wait to be told!



For more information, contact us on 00 33(0) 4 67 02 22 33

The Pays de Lunel Tourist Office offers various events surrounding the richness of its territory as well as several discovery circuits that you can visit on their website.


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  • Open every afternoon (except Mondays): 2 pm-5.30 pm
  • Open all day on Sunday: 10 am- 12.30 noon / 2 pm - 5.30 pm


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Guided visits

Guided visits are available at 3pm every Saturdays and Sundays without booking (on pre-booking only for the other days or time according to our availability).



Site Museum visit:

  • Free


Guided visits:

  • Site Museum guided visit: Full price : 3 €
  • Archelological site guided visit : Full price : 5 €
  • Site + Museum guided visits : Full price : 6,50 €
  • Free for under  12 year olds


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