Camping in Languedoc-Roussillon
Nestled between the golden beaches of the Western Mediterranean and the Pyrénées, Languedoc-Roussillon offers a rich mixture of lively resorts, picturesque villages and flourishing vineyards. Camping in Languedoc-Roussillon is a wonderfully relaxed way to enjoy this delightful region.
Walking, cycling and sailing are all popular activities when you’re camping in Languedoc-Roussillon, but there are also plenty of attractions to discover by car, from amazing landscapes to a thrilling safari park.
Our hand-picked selection of coastal campsites in Languedoc-Roussillon give you access to the region’s best beaches, towns and historical sites.
Carcassonne The fairytale town of Carcassonne includes the double-walled Cité with its towered citadel and the lower ‘Ville Basse’. Enjoy a riverside picnic or stock up on local almond pastries. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Montpellier Medieval Montpellier, a city with one cathedral and two opera houses, is a centre of violin-making. Children will enjoy the Mare Nostrum aquarium and the zoo, with its Amazonian greenhouse.
Collioure A natural port just 15 miles from the Spanish border, the picturesque village of Collioure attracted many of the 20th century’s greatest painters. Take a tour of the wine cellars housed in the old Dominican monastery and don’t miss the golden altarpiece of the Notre Dame Des Anges and the tiny Chapel of St Vincent.
Canal du Midi Built between 1667 and 1694, the Canal du Midi was an incredible feat of engineering, designed to avoid the long voyage round Spain. Running for around 150 miles from Toulouse to the port of Sète it can be explored on foot, by bike, or by taking a guided boat trip. Another UNESCO world heritage site.
Aqualand Waterpark, St Cyprien Set in six hectares of green fields and surrounded by palm tree this is one of a chain of exciting water parks in the South of France. Open in high summer only.
Réserve Africaine de Sigean A huge drive-through safari park where you can observe antelopes, chimpanzees, elephants, alligators, snakes, bears, giraffes, rhinos and more, roaming freely in a natural habitat. There’s also a restaurant and a picnic area.
Cirque de Navacelles If you studied ‘oxbow lakes’ at schools, you’ll be familiar with the process that carved out this amazing canyon at the southern end of the Massif Central. The village of Navacelles lies at the bottom, surrounded by lush fields.
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