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There are no less than 607 campsites in Languedoc-Roussillon, many of which are located along the coast, in the departments of Hérault and Pyrénées-Orientales, with more than 200 km of coastline dotted with seaside resorts. Languedoc Roussillon is steeped in very different traditions and cultures and has managed to preserve its own identity, whether we are talking about French Catalonia or the Camargue, two of the most striking examples. As for the price of camping trips in Languedoc, it will be necessary to count on average 707€ per week for rental, the prices changing according to the seasons and destinations. You will find in this guide what you need to know about your destination (characteristics of each department and must-see), as well as the campsites in Languedoc-Roussillon that are worthy of welcoming you in strategic places in the region.
Choose a campsite in Languedoc by the sea
Let's start by talking about the coast, starting from the west of Languedoc. We are in the Pyrenees-Orientales, capital: Perpignan. A "gateway" city between Barcelona and France, Perpignan is both a southern and medieval city with a certain charm and a Catalan soul. The main monuments to be seen there are the Palace of the Kings of Majorca, the Cathedral of St John the Baptist, the Campo Santo (funerary cloister) and the Castillet. There are 165 campsites in the Pyrénées-Orientales, for which you will have to pay about 715€ per week.
Here are some campsites that we recommend in the west of Languedoc: On the coast near Perpignan, 15 km away, we have selected the campsite Le Palais de la Mer 4*, in Sainte-Marie-la-Mer, allowing you to enjoy the pleasures of the sea (sunbathing, swimming or water sports) AND to visit this beautiful city. This pleasant shaded campsite is equipped with a beautiful swimming pool with jacuzzi, gives access to the sea, and organises entertainment and theme evenings. Between renowned seaside resorts (Argelès-sur-Mer, Banyuls-sur-Mer or Canet-en-Roussillon...) and the Pyrenees mountain range (Catalan Pyrenees Regional Natural Park and Mount Canigou), the department has many assets, offering also many sporting activities to practice. The military fortifications of Vauban are among the most important, think about it!
We have also chosen to recommend one of Languedoc's flagship campsites: Camping Le Bois de Valmarie 5*, in Argelès-sur-Mer, which we appreciated for its great facilities (access to the sea, entertainment, children's club...) and for its superb aquatic area.
Following the Languedoc coast, we end up in the Aude, whose two main cities are Carcassonne, in the land, and Narbonne on the coast. There are 68 campsites in the Aude, offering prices approaching 653€ per week.
At Narbonne-Plage, you can stay comfortably at camping La Nautique 4*, bordering a lake and only a few kilometres from the beaches. A swimming pool with slide and jacuzzi has been set up for a great summer holiday! The Aude is known as the Cathar Country for its many remains of this period, made up of impregnable fortresses and castles (Peyrepertuse, Aguilar, Termes, Puilaurens...). Carcassonne surprises and amazes by its medieval aspect, to be discovered without moderation! Maquis, scrubland and oak forests of the Montagne Noire make up the landscape of the Aude that you may hike along one of the many paths that criss-cross the countryside.
Let's go back east to Languedoc and now enter the Hérault to walk the cobbled streets of Montpellier before enjoying a street show on the beautiful Place de la Comédie decorated with its Opera House. There are 199 campsites in the Hérault, at an average rate of 790€ per week. In the essential seaside resorts of Palavas-les-Flots, La Grande-Motte or Sète, plan a higher budget in high season as this is one of the regions in which you will find the most camping in the Languedoc.
On the coast, in Frontignan, 30 km from Montpellier, we have selected Camping Les Tamaris 5*, with an admirable water park with slides by the sea, and offering many activities and a club to keep your children busy during the day. There are many unforgettable sites in the Hérault: to name but a few, Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert, the Gorges de l'Hérault, the Lac du Salagou, the Canal du Midi, the Etang de Thau and the Pic Saint-Loup, as well as impressive caves known as the Clamouse and Les Demoiselles caves.
Languedoc campsites in the Terres and Camargue
It is now time to enter the land in order to discover, above the Hérault, the Gard, proud of its capital city, Nîmes. Have on hand an average budget of €634 for a week camping in the Gard, the department that hosts 129 campsites. Everyone has already heard about the Nîmes Arena and the famous ferias taking place in the city, causing a tourist tidal wave every year. This traditional city plunges us into the heart of the Camargue, a unique and unavoidable region, famous for its pink flamingos in the middle of the ponds, its horses and bulls... In Grau-du-Roi, you can settle for an exotic holiday at camping La Marine 4*, located along the road leading to the largest beach in Europe: l'Espiguette. Water park, entertainment and children's club are just a summary of the qualities of this top-of-the-range campsite. Don't forget to visit the superb site of the immense Pont-du-Gard, the cities of Uzès and Beaucaire (cities of art and history), Aigues-Mortes and the Causses des Cévènes, among others. For more information, consult the Camargue Campsite Guide, in the north of Languedoc we arrive in Lozère, the change of scenery is striking. Who would have thought that the coastal garrigue hides such mountainous terrain? There are 58 campsites in Lozère, offering more affordable rates than on the coast, surrounding 537€ per week. Mende and Florac are two of the main cities in the department, but the main focus here should be on the beauty of the natural sites. By taking the Cévennes road, we feel very small, lost in the immensity of these beautiful mountains, and the Gorges du Tarn flowing in the valley are an invitation to whitewater sports and fishing that we cannot decently decline... We recommend you the video report we shot on the Gorges du Tarn... Cascades, megalithic sites and caves mark our journey, revealing to our eyes the magic of these unique places. We recommend camping Les Terrasses du Lac 3*, in Langogne, a splendid campsite by the lake, equipped with a beautiful heated swimming pool and a spa, and offering its guests varied entertainment and children's club. Nevertheless, Lozère is home to beautiful castles (Château de Luc or Saint-Alban-sur-Limagnole), as well as former religious buildings (Temple of Vialas, Church of Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours aux Salettes), medieval cities (Mende) and archaeological sites (Mausoleum of Lanuejols).
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