Languedoc, THE major camping destination in France

Beaches for as far as the eye can see

Étang de Thau

Montpellier

Aigues-Morte

Béziers

Aigues-Morte

Sheltered by ramparts dating from the 13th century, with the Tour de Constance, built in 1242, towering above it, the small fortified town of Aigues-Mortes, founded by Saint-Louis, is among the curiosities of the Camargue.

This perfectly protected jewel should be visited in two phases: from the ramparts (with a view over Camargue and the salt marshes) and by walking along the little streets, before enjoying a drink at Place Saint-Louis.

 

A real concentration of history with, at its feet, the Salins du Midi: the biggest production centre for sea salt in France.

 

Not to be missed during your camping holiday in Languedoc