In the middle of the well-known French wine region Languedoc there is the Herault region, and at walking and biking distance from the Valras-Plage beach there is the campsite La Plage et du Bord de Mer. Close to exceptional cities such as Béziers and Narbonne, with impressive architecture and a rich history. But also centrally located to explore the picturesque landscapes of the hinterland.
Camping under the trees
The camping pitches are divided between six different areas. Each is named after the trees growing there. There is the eucalyptus area on the edge of the campsite, farthest from the pool, the front desk, and the restaurant.
There are various little fields where trees and hedges provide natural delimitations. There are separate places for camper vans. Those who prefer comfort can rent a lodge tent or an equipped mobile home.
Spectacular swimming paradise
The water slides are the campsite’s main attraction, just like the inflatable playgrounds in the water. Children over 10 years can go wild here. During high season, younger swimming enthusiasts can access a low, wide slide that ends in the small pool nearby. Toddlers also have their own pool, with a lighthouse with slide in its centre.
Two steps to the sea
The campsite and the Mediterranean Sea are only separated by a sand hill. Directly behind it there is the gently sloping elongated beach. From the campsite, there are three exits with a gate that only campsite guests have access to. A few steps later, you are by the water enjoying a refreshing swim.