Camping holidays in the Languedoc-Roussillon
The Languedoc-Roussillon is a region full of contrast and where the sun is shining all the times. The sandy beaches stretches over 120 miles (200 km.) accross the Mediterranean Sea.
The Languedoc-Roussillon is inviting you to feel the sun, smell the typical scents of this region, see the beautiful colours of the landscape and to discover the legends of this region. Did you know that in the Languedoc the Cathers fought (during the years between 1147 and 1255) to protect something, what that something is, is unknown. Legends say that it might be the Holy Grail or proof of Jesus bloodline. Are you going to discover this secret?
The Languedoc of course offers you more than only these legends, you can enjoy the untouched nature, the coast line, the vineyards and the olive trees. The coast of the Languedoc-Roussillon is a true paradise for both watersport lovers and those who just love to sea, sun and beach! In the Petite Camargue there are still traditional riders that have herds of bulls and horses. Also the tradition of collecting salt in saltpans, which is very colourful, still continues in Aigues-Mortes.
Starting from Camargue till the Côte Vermeille the atmosphere of the Mediterranean is present. We recommend you to visit the city of Montpellier, many will love this city due to its pleasent tempratures and the constant sunshine. We also recommend you to go visit Béziers, the capital of the Languedoc-Roussillon, here you can taste all the wines made in this region. Also visit Perpignan, where you can find beautiful cultural sights or visit the city of Nîmes, the city with the seven hills. Nîmes is located between the Provence and the Languedoc and is known for its heritage.
- Béziers, capital of the Languedoc
- Montpellier with elegant buildings and grand public squares
- Perpignan, a charming city
- Carcassonne, a walled city
- Nîmes, with tons of ancient buildings
- Aigues-Mortes, famous for its medieval fortifications