Lunel Property

Property in Lunel - A Guide to Lunel

Lunel is situated about half way between Montpellier and Nimes, just south of the A9 motorway. It’s difficult to get an exact date on the birth of Lunel as a town but research indicates that it was established in around the year 888. By the year 1295 Lunel’s population numbered 4500 and today has grown to approx 19000.

Nesteld in the valley of Vidourie, the countryside around Lunel offers a large variety of landscapes, with marshland in the south and scrubland in the north.

Lunel property is a mixture of apartments and houses, with prices ranging from around 80,000 – 100,000€ for a one bed apartment, to around 200,000€ for a small villa with garden. Larger properties are also well represented in and around Lunel, with period “Maison de Maitre” (large double fronted classic Languedoc houses) along with modern villas. These properties will start anywhere from 300,000€ and go up to in excess of 500,000€.

Only about 15km from the golden sandy beaches of La Grande Motte, Lunel property is a good choice for people wanting a holiday home in a good central location.

Lunel is about 30km from Montpellier airport and 40km from Nimes airport. Both of these airports have fights to Stansted with Ryanair, while Montpellier also has flights to Gatwick operated by British Airways.

If you like the idea of buying a holiday home or an investment and you want it to be easily accessible for beaches and transport links, then Lunel could be of interest to you. Languedoc Property Finders will help you find your ideal Lunel property without the uncertainty of just jumping on a plane and hoping for the best.

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