South France Campsites in Hérault
Camping holidays in the Hérault by the sea
A camping holiday in the Hérault offers all the pleasures of swimming and sunbathing on a 100km-long stretch of Mediterranean coastline in places like Sérignan, Vias, Cap d'Agde and Marseillan which boast some of the most famous beaches in France. Away from the seaside resorts, it also means a chance to explore the Canal du Midi, the ancient fishing ports of the Etang de Thau and the unspoilt villages of Sète, Bouzigues and Pézenas, set amid oyster beds and awash with brightly coloured fishing boats.
Move inland and the Hérault has a different experience in store for you. Here you can enjoy the heady scents of the garrigue landscape of the Pic Saint Loup in the southern Cévennes and sample the fine local wines.
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The site enjoys a prime location on Cap d’Agde, just 500m from the beach and close to all local amenities, shops, restaurants and other activities. A lively campsite in a lively town, it makes the ideal choice for a fun family holiday on France’s Mediterranean coast!
from 133€ per week
A great base for exploring the sights and sounds of the Hérault, the campsite is located far from the hustle and bustle of the coast yet just a 20-minute drive from the beach.
from 87€ per week
from 199€ per week
Set in the heart of the garrigue countryside close to Montpellier, the site offers the ideal family holiday setting in the heart of Languedoc, with a day at the beach or a drive along the Route des Vins just 25 km away.
from 108€ per week
from 189€ per week
Valras Plage Hérault
Try a Mediterranean holiday at the little seaside resort of Valras-Plage. Just 800m from the beach, the campsite offers a fun décor that will charm young and old alike.
from 147€ per week
from 177€ per week
Enjoy the colourful Hérault coastline
Set in the heart of the Languedoc region, our campsites in the Hérault are great places for sitting around and taking it easy under the warm Mediterranean sun.
Between the long, sandy beaches, ideal for relaxing, the coastline here is dotted with seaside resorts that have retained their traditional village feel:
- La Grande Motte
The Hérault coast with its fine sandy beaches stretches for almost 100km up to the Camargue.
A camping holiday in the heart of the Hérault
Inland, there are many different ways to explore the culture and countryside of the Hérault. Put on your walking boots and and climb the Gardiole Ridge and the Pic Saint Loup with all the family, jump aboard a barge for a trip along the Canal du Midi or on the Etang de Thau or try a cycle ride through the Salagou valley.
Our campsites in the Hérault all enjoy great locations, close to the major sites you’ll want to visit during your stay. It’s a warm and welcoming region, ideal for relaxing and sampling some of the finer things in life; a little corner of paradise for all the family!
The managers at our campsites in the Hérault will be only too pleased to give you the benefit of their expert knowledge and make sure you have a holiday you won’t forget.
The ideal family holiday destination
Whatever the season, Hérault is the ideal destination for a camping holiday. It offers countless opportunities for getting out and about and exploring the French countryside with family or friends. Sign up for a treasure hunt or guided discovery walk and awaken the adventurer in you. Contemplate the stars at Montpellier’s Gallileo Planetarium, walk with the dinosaurs at Mèze Dinosaur Park and Museum or admire the masterpieces on show at the region’s many museums and art galleries. With so much to see and do, a camping holiday in Hérault makes the perfect choice for all the family.
Food and wine
Hérault boasts a long culinary tradition, which draws on the region’s rich farming and fishing culture. Set between the Mediterranean and the Massif Central, a patchwork of vineyards and fertile countryside, its cuisine is full of surprises, a mouth-watering marriage of seafood and locally grown produce. Typical Languedoc dishes include the famous tielle sétoise, a delicious seafood pie, octopus in rouille sauce, the lamb-filled, cotton-reel-shaped petits pâtés de Pézenas, tapenade and roast Pélardon goat’s cheese. Whatever your taste, you’re sure to find a Mediterranean delicacy to set your taste buds tingling.
The Languedoc Route des Vins
Hérault, in the heart of France’s Languedoc region, is home to a host of small wine producers, their vineyards running down from the slopes of the Massif Central to the Mediterranean. Today the wines of the Languedoc are divided into five large protected appellations:
- Clairette du Languedoc.
Visitors on a “wine route” camping holiday can choose from a number of different signposted circuits. The Route des Vins is a great way to explore the local countryside, sample its wines and meet its passionate local winemakers, ready and waiting to show you their wares. Follow them, glass in hand, on a wine discovery tour or tasting walk. It will certainly give you a different take on the landscape, villages and vineyards of the Languedoc. And if you’re on a camping holiday in Hérault, don’t forget that Flower’s campsite managers are ideally placed to recommend the best local wines.