Frontignan la Peyrade is a commune in the Hérault department in southern France.
Frontignan is renowned for its AOC wine, the Muscat de Frontignan, a sweet wine made solely from the Muscat grape variety.
Frontignan is located in the Languedoc coastal plain between the towns of Sète and Montpellier.
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 Rhone-Sete canal separates the inland town centre and Frontignan-Plage.