Twenty kilometres from the Mediterranean coast, in the French department of Hérault, lies the well-shaded campsite Le Rebau. You'll find the campsite on the outskirts of the village of Montblanc, hidden behind a hedge of trees. The green camping area is surrounded by vineyards. Le Rebau is especially suitable as a transit campsite for campers on their way to or from Spain.
Shaded touring pitches
A little shade always comes in handy in the south of France. That's why it's great that mature trees provide full shade cover to the camping area of Le Rebau campsite. One drawback of the many trees is that the site can be difficult to access and navigate in places by larger camper vans and caravans. Low-hanging branches are the biggest obstacle in this regard.
The Pool and the Mediterranean
It's a pretty picture: the outdoor pool, at the front of the property, which is surrounded by trees and vibrant oleanders. Please note that the pool is only open from July through mid-September. Fortunately, you can take a dip in the Mediterranean all year round. If you are camping at Le Rebau you are only twenty kilometres from the beach of Vias Plage.
The facilities at the campsite are simple. Although the sanitary facilities for disabled persons have been renovated, the rest of the campsite's plumbing could use an overhaul. However, hot water is always available. For anyone who has their own plumbing on board their camper van or caravan, the poor sanitary facilities are not really a problem. Snacks are available at the bar. Groceries can be purchased at a larger supermarket six kilometres away.