The town is surrounded by the Gardiole mountain range in the north, the Ingril lagoon in the east, the Étang de Thau in the west and the Mediterranean shore (including the beach resort Frontignan-Plage) in the south.
The Rhône-Sète canal separates the inland town centre and Frontignan-Plage.
Since the end of the 20th century modern fisheries and high tech plastics take over. Seasonal tourism is a dominant part of the local economy.
Important businesses in Frontignan include:
Implementation of Decking and Devices Set Defens to Restore the Natural Habitat Salt Steppes on Wood Aresquiers and Saline Frontignan
Apr 16, 2013; Contract notice: Implementation of decking and devices set defens to restore the natural habitat salt steppes on wood aresquiers...
SUMMER OF DISCONTENT - Sinister and Deeply Troubling Warning from Hauliers Who Threaten Blockade; (1) Cleaned Out: A Madrid Housewife Searches Store Shelves in Vain for Fresh Produce (2) Flashpoint: Spanish Police Subdue a Protesting Lorry Driver (3) Blazing Anger: Young Farmers and Fishermen Protest against Rising Fuel Prices in Frontignan, Southern France
Jun 13, 2008; Byline: Aiden Corkery FUEL protesters are threatening to shut down Ireland with a series ofcrippling blockades that could see a...