Camping in Languedoc-Roussillon

Camping in Languedoc-Roussillon

A campsite in Languedoc Roussillon offers the opportunity to experience all the best of two countries, namely France and Spain. Languedoc and Roussillon were merged after the French Revolution and cover the entire coast from the Rhone delta to the Spanish border. Are you looking for a holiday with great weather and lots of variety? Then a holiday in this part of France is definitely for you. Whether you like the beach, sports, good food, culture, nature or all of them combined, at a campsite in Languedoc Roussillon you will experience it all. Book your favorite campsite through Vacansoleil for a carefree holiday.

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Camping Blue Bayou

Vendres-Plage - Languedoc-Roussillon - France

Pleasant beach campsite beside the Mediterranean. Enjoy the water and relax in the restuarant. Plenty of entertainment and activities for all. Visit the Roman city of Beziers and buy fresh seafood in the small port of Vendres-Plage.

Camping Le Plein Air des Chênes

Clapiers - Languedoc-Roussillon - France

A campsite set in an old oak forest, very close to Montpellier and less than 15km from the beach. Dive, swim and slide in the giant water park and have fun on the sports field. The entertainment team is on site during high season.

Camping Les Vagues

Vendres-Plage - Languedoc-Roussillon - France

Bustling family campsite set in a large pine forest in Vendres-Plage. Plenty of shade and plenty of water fun. Good entertainment too. The beach is a short walk away through the dunes.

Camping Domaine l'Elysée

Le Grau-du-Roi - Languedoc-Roussillon - France

Close to one of the largest sandy beaches on the Mediterranean. Large swimming pool and good entertainment. Enjoy the many water activities, charming towns and the beautiful Camargue nature reserve.

Impressive nature in Languedoc Roussillon

The countryside surrounding your campsite in Languedoc Roussillon is very impressive. The Camargue nature reserve is one place you should not miss. Here you will find wild pink flamingos, black bulls and white Camargue horses. The largest canyon in Europe, the Gorges du Verdon, is located in the Massif Central. The Cévennes National Park is also a must when staying at a campsite in Languedoc Roussillon where steep slopes and rock walls have been eroded by the river Tarn. You can admire the stalactite caves and the Gorges du Tarn canyon or step on a train that will take you to the rock formation Chaos de Montpellier-le-Vieux.

Places of interest near your campsite in Languedoc Roussillon

On the cultural front there is a lot to see nearby your campsite in Languedoc Roussillon. Civilizations and religious leanings of the Languedoc and Roussillon are fused together. Beautiful buildings and monuments, some of which are on the UNESCO World Heritage List, are the result of these cultures. Visit the city of Nimes, the Maison Carree or the Arena and see the region's many castles and cathedrals. Are you a fan of French wines? Visit then one of the wineries for a tour and a tasting. It's all possible from your campsite in Languedoc Roussillon.

Sports in Languedoc Roussillon

On a campsite in Languedoc Roussillon you can be as active as you like. The area offers a variety of activities for the whole family. Perhaps a nice walk through the beautiful countryside while enjoying the beautiful views. Excursions are often organised too. For example, you can join a hiking or a mountain biking tour. You can also go abseiling, canoeing or tame the river on a raft. Along the coast near your campsite in Languedoc Roussillon you can try your hand at numerous water sports, relax on the beach or enjoy underwater exploring.

Picturesque villages and charming towns in Languedoc Roussillon

All the places near your campsite in Languedoc Roussillon have a Mediterranean atmosphere. The cities are dynamic and they are home to many historical treasures. The village of Aiguèze is built on a slope, layingon a cliff and has various architectural monuments. The city of Béziers is also known as the capital of the vineyards and the city of Montpellier is similar to a large labyrinth, thanks to the many squares, narrow streets and winding alleys. Experience it for yourself when you stay at a campsite in Languedoc Roussillon.

There is so much to do and see that you probably one camping holiday in the Languedoc Roussillon will not be enough.