Hérault and Montpellier
Countless surprises and discoveries await you during your camping trip in the Hérault. If the department attracts so many visitors each year, it is undoubtedly because everyone can find something to suit them, as the landscapes and activities offered in the surrounding area are so rich.
The Hérault, a breathtaking nature
Between sea and valleys, lakes and dunes, vineyards and hills, the Hérault makes way for a natural environment of incredible richness. The Gorges de l'Hérault are one of the many examples of what this magnificent department can offer you in terms of entertainment. Classified as a major site in France, it is a paradise where you can swim, hike, or canoe and kayak for lovers of water sensations. Cross the famous Devil's Bridge and contemplate the spectacular view from this famous spot in the heart of the Mediterranean hills. Take the opportunity to discover the charming village of Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert, a stopover in the direction of Saint-Jacques de Compostelle. The Hérault is also its waterways, starting with the splendid Salagou lake. Between the blue of the lake, the red earth of its soil, and the surrounding green, the site offers a visual experience that is bound to leave its mark. Water sports, swimming and hiking will be particularly popular in this unique setting. Another marvel of nature: the Demoiselles cave. Located one hour from the campsite, this family outing will fascinate both children and adults. As you will have understood, the region is full of exceptional places that are waiting to be discovered during your camping holidays in Languedoc-Roussillon.
Unavoidable cities to visit
The Hérault is also a must to discover throughout your stay. Agde is not only limited to its famous seaside resort, Cap d'Agde, but also includes a charming city centre and the Grau d'Agde district near the Hérault river. You can admire the impressive Saint-Etienne d'Agde cathedral, built of lava stones. The cities of Béziers, Sète or La Grande Motte will also seduce you with their typical Occitan charm. The latter offer many tourist and nautical activities that will brighten up your camping holidays in the Hérault. Do not leave these cities without having tasted the local specialities: the brioche de Béziers, the bourride à la sétoise or the macaronade are just waiting to be tasted by fine gourmets!
Direction Montpellier, emblematic city of the Hérault
How to spend your holidays in the Hérault, without visiting its capital where life is so good? Located only 15 km from the campsite, Montpellier is an attractive and warm city that has a lot of surprises in store for you. The medieval streets will accompany your walk to discover the city and its heritage treasures. The Antigone district and its modern architecture, strongly inspired by ancient Greece, contribute to the richness and architectural diversity of Montpellier. The famous Place de la Comédie with its Fountain of the Three Graces will be the ideal place to stop for a drink on the terrace under the Mediterranean sun. Is the tour over already? Of course not, and you won't have enough time to walk around the city and its treasures such as the Château de la Mosson or the Basilica Notre-Dame des Tables. Montpellier is also a clever mix of nature and culture with its jardin des Plantes, the Fabre Museum and the Zoo du Lunaret. As if all this were not enough, there are a large number of artistic events that regularly take place in the city all year round. No doubt, you have made the right choice to choose a campsite in the heart of the Hérault for your next holiday!