Just a few kilometres from the Mediterranean Sea, in the Languedoc-Roussillon wine region, is Flower Camping Altea. This is a campsite on the popular southern French coast where you will still experience a small-scale camping feeling. From the beach to the amusement park and from centuries-old cathedrals to wineries, in this beautiful area between Montpellier, Sète and Agde there is something for everyone.
Flower Camping Altea has a small-scale atmosphere and a good balance between pitches and rental accommodation, such as mobile homes and bungalows. The sanitary facilities are neat and also accessible to disabled people. The campsite is located in the small village of Vic-la-Gardiole, between the towns of Montpellier and Sète.
Water fun and entertainment on dry land
The youngest campers won't be bored for a moment at Flower Camping Altea. In July and August they can join in with the entertainment programme and get their feet off the floor during the disco evenings. A bouncy castle completes the holiday feeling.
You can splash around in the campsite's swimming pool with paddling pool. The pools are ecological and beautifully designed with natural stone. Don't expect spectacular swimming pools with slides, just a place to enjoy a nice swim during a warm southern French day.
Restaurant and wine tasting
For some snacks, fries and pizza you can go to the campsite's restaurant. In the summer there are also fresh rolls and some groceries available. In the village you'll find some small supermarkets and bakeries within walking and cycling distance. And while we're on the subject of food and drink: you're camping here in the Languedoc-Roussillon region: the largest wine region in France.