The Languedoc-Roussillon is very diverse. It is known for its beautiful vast beaches and vineyards. The region is perfect for walking and cycling and offers a rich history.
A camping holiday in the Languedoc means beautiful bike rides, relaxing on the beach and tasting the local wines. There is absolutely no need to feel bored in this region. Looking for a different activity each day? The Languedoc has it all! Visit the old fortified city of Carcassonne and discover the old Catalin influences in Perpignan. Along the coast cycle paths can be found for long bike rides. Stop on the way in one of the charming villages and enjoy a refreshing drink or ice cream. The sandy beaches are suitable for the whole family. The sea is even safe for the little ones to play in since the beach slowly descends in the sea.
Finish the day in Vias Plage. While enjoying a platter of fruits de mer, the children will enjoy themselves in Europark. At this extensive fair, there is entertainment for young and old.
Looking for activities outside of the campsite? That is also possible! Go fish spotting in the Seaquarium. Prefer to play in the water yourself? Aqualand offers a full day of water fun.
Must see in the Languedoc:
Go shopping in the bustling shopping town Montepellier
Enjoy the beautiful viewpoints at Viaduc de Millau
Canoe or kayak at Gorges du Tarn
Discover the beautiful nature in national parks Parc des Cévennes and Parc des Grand Causses
Taste wine at the Fontfroide abbey
Visit the medieval citadel Carcassonne
About the Languedoc:
Official name: Occitanie
Capital city: Montpellier
Surface area: 27.376 km2
Regional languages: Catalan and Occitan