Église Saint-Paul in the city of Frontignan, which is marked by a tower, the nave in four bays and fortified gates, was originally built in 12th Century. This Romanesque structure, today, is a religious and historic landmark of the city comprising of carved wooded panels and statues from early 17th Century. Église Saint-Paul is a perfect place to observe the artistic as well as architectural elements of the medieval time. Free guided tours to the church and the historic part of the city is available from middle of June to October. Call for more information.