Cultural and natural heritage

In the footsteps of the past

In Balaruc, numerous vestiges and monuments bear witness to the passage of the centuries.

Attracted by the curative virtues of the thermal waters of Balaruc, Phoenicians, Carthaginians and Romans successively settled on the peninsula to build an important city. Numerous archaeological discoveries today bear witness to this past. The remains of the Gallo-Roman basilica are evidence of this presence.

After an eclipse of several centuries, in the 17th and 18th centuries, the development and reputation of Balaruc-les-Bains continued to grow. It was at this time that the Pavillon Sévigné was built, the first thermal establishment.

During the 19th century, there was a continuous increase in the number of visitors. Famous people such as Louis Napoleon Bonaparte, Paganini and Joseph Montgolfier came to Balaruc-les-Bains for a cure.

Square de la plage Promenade des Bains 34540 BALARUC-LES-BAINS
On the City’s initiative, playgrounds have been installed in a number of Balaruc districts. Accessible from a very young age (2 to 12 years), these fun spaces meet all the current safety regulations...
Square Bordes 34540 BALARUC-LES-BAINS
Bordès Square, right in the heart of the city, a real haven of coolness, offers you everything you need to relax and enjoy yourself: benches to relax on and children’s games. It is freely ...
Bordes Square and Sévigné Park offer the perfect setting for relaxing or going for a stroll.Bordes Square and Sévigné Park offer the perfect setting for relaxing or going for a stroll.
The Charles de Gaulle Park is the “green lungs” of the Balaruc peninsula, offering an abundance of pleasing plants, shrubs and trees. The park hosts a number of different sporting events, cultural...
The Promenade "Georges Brassens – Laurent Spinosi" provides a beautiful setting to relax and feast your eyes. Over a stretch of 2 km, alongside the lagoon, on the section between the harbour and the...
Avenue du Port Place Notre Dame des Eaux 34540 BALARUC-LES-BAINS