Camping La Nautique is situated close to Narbonne and is adapted to the needs of disabled persons. The neat camping pitches have their own sanitary facilities and overlook the saltwater lake, where you can enjoy kite surfing and canoeing. Children thoroughly enjoy themselves six days per week with the entertainment team and kids club. Foam parties, horse riding, wine tasting: you will never get bored at this camp site.
Pitches surrounded by oleanders
The camp site is situated on a hill at the foot of saltwater lake L’étang de Bages. The camping pitches are delineated with typical vegetation of the South of France: hedges, trees and oleanders of varying heights which create shady spots. Camping pitches in sunny spots are also available.
Take a refreshing dive
Relax on a deckchair under the palm trees or slide down the water slide into the outdoor swimming pool. You can also do this on cooler days, as the swimming pool is heated in spring and autumn. There is a paddling pool with a small water slide for the little ones.
Canoeing and windsurfing on the lake
Camping La Nautique is situated on the Bay of Bages, a saltwater lake where you can enjoy various water sports. The lake is accessible via a gate. When you feel like an active day on the water, you can rent canoes, wind surfing equipment and water cycles at the camping.
Adapted for persons with disabilities
Camping La Nautique carries the Tourisme & Handicap mark since 2005. This means that there are adapted camping spots for caravans, folding trailers, tents and campers. From these pitches, the adapted sanitary facilities can be reached via a paved surface. The swimming pool is also accessible to persons with disabilities.
Detail information about this campsite
This inspector visits Camping La Nautique every year and inspects the campsite on the basis of more than 200 amenities and other points of interest. The inspector is an ACSI staff member and does not work for the campsite.
Average rating: 7.8
- Toilet facilities
- Price - quality comparison
- Child friendliness
- Sports facilities
- Swimming pool
- Food and drink
Liked - Unfortunately our motorhome developed a fault just before arriving and we had to extend our stay on an ad hoc basis. The ladies in reception couldn’t have been more helpful. They made everything so easy for us.
It was only on the last day that we found out what a nice town Narbonne was, we will be back to explore more!
A well run very large campsite with adequately sized (for the larger vans) fully serviced pitches. The staff at reception were very helpful with good english spoken. Personal toilet blocks are an added bonus although a bit dated! One small down side of such a large site, dependant on where you\'re pitched of course, was the long walk to the pool and restaurant area. There\'s a nice gently wooded area over looking the bay for walking the dog with access to the beech through a locked gate (keys available from reception), if desired. There is a shop on site for convenience, but there are plenty of shops, stores and fuel stations a short drive away if wanted. This area is flooded with vineyards which can make for a good day out.
We\'d definitely stay here again, when and if we come back this way.
This is a large well equipped campsite with excellent facilities.
It is set near a large lake with good, easy walks nearby. The beaches are not far away but not good. The nice town of Narbonne is just a short drive and there is good access to places like Carcassonne and Perpignan.
Pitches are flat and generally grass over gravel. They are spacious and mainly set in groups of four with hedges around. Some hedges small, some very large.
Best of all are the individual shower/toilet units for each pitch - including toilet seat and toilet paper.
The swimming pool and adjacent bar and restaurant were both very smart and very good.
Worst was the free wi-fi - only available outside the reception but so slow as to be almost useless.
Unfortunately we also had a problem over a weekend with groups of young French people occupying the adjacent chalets and walking though the caravan/camper areas singing and shouting until 3am. This might be an off-peak problem?
Otherwise overall and excellent place.
A good quality campsite with the added plus of private brick built toilet facilities on each pitch. Very helpful staff.
We were here last year, slightly earlier.. Again, a super site (see my last review) but driven off by the mosquitos, which is a terrible shame as the staff, the site and the location is superb. A bit rainy on our first full day so went into Narbonne, great recommendation from the lady in reception, including where to park on a Sunday.
A lovely site, whose only drawback (for tent campers) is the extremely hard and stony ground. But it's worth making the effort to drive the pegs in! The individual toilets and showers are a real plus, the only downside being that mine was lacking an electric shaver point (I don't know whether that was typical). The restaurant is good, and although I was there in late August I didn't encounter the mosquitoes that others have complained about. For what the site provides, the price I was charged seems amazingly modest.
Handy site, but no grass pitches for tents so not ideal. Onsite Restaurant was good, mosquitoes were bad. Individual toilet/shower is unusual. Staff helpful. I imagine this place is busy in high season! Stayed one night, but would go elsewhere to find a grassier pitch for out tent if passing again. Fine for vans etc. Feels a bit like driving into an industrial estate on the way in!
A really strange (in a good way) site. Shower, loo and washbasin in a little, private room on the pitch is odd but very nice. The pitches are quite narrow but very long giving plenty of space. People at reception fluent in English and very helpful. Shame internet only available at reception, the restaurant one is non-operational, but at least it is free.
It is in a nice setting, by the étang, with gated access to it. Quite easy to get to Narbonne, Gruissan and the beaches. We had only intended to stay 2 nights, ended up staying 6 and only left then because we had to head home.
Only downside is the mosquitoes. Getting fairly bad at the end of our stay but I can imagine them being a pest later on in the season.
Restaurant on the site served up a good 3-course meal at a reasonable price and the pizzas’ that others were eating looked good. A really nice manager made the service a pleasure.
Spent a few days here whilst returning from Spain. The individual toilet, shower cabins are a good idea, plenty of hot water, Internet effectively there is not any expect outside the reception. Good sized pitches. Staff very pleasant and helpful. It's close to the A9 which makes a good out of main season stopover
We spent 5 nights at this site. Having an en-suite shower and toilet was a novelty, and very convenient. Most of the pitches were well delineated by shrubs etc. There were some pitches that were very long and narrow, hemmed in by tall leylandii hedges, which are not good. If your into windsurfing and there is a strong wind blowing this site is excellent. Staff very friendly and speak very good english.
- Guide price 1
- Guide price 2
- Period of opening
- 01-03-2019 till 31-10-2019
- 16 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 250 (130 - 140m2)
- Number of permanent pitches
- Number of accommodation units for hire
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
* Amenities in bold are not included in the overnight price. Some may need to be paid for. (This does not imply that all amenities not in bold are free!)
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Situation of campsite
Address & Route
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Camping La Nautique
254 avenue des Etangs
11100 / Narbonne
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Coordinates: 43°8'49"N 3°0'14"E
A9 exit 38 Narbonne-Sud. At the roundabout turn left, follow the signs La Nautique. After about 2.5 km the campsite is on the right.
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