Camping Camargue

Get back to nature at one of our campsites close to the Camargue

A camping holiday provides the ideal opportunity to explore the Camargue Regional Natural Park, a great leisure destination for all the family. Taking in 73km of coastline from L'Espiguette to La Gracieuse, the park boasts a rich and varied marine habitat high in biodiversity and the chance to observe molluscs and shellfish, fish, turtles, dolphins and birds. Home to a number of endangered species, both plant and animal, it offers a fragile and truly spectacular landscape.

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Camping Le Fou du Roi
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Lansargues Hérault

Camping Le Fou du Roi ***

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

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from 225€ per week

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Camping Le Mas de Mourgues
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Vauvert Gard

Camping Le Mas de Mourgues ***

Enjoy our pool, barbeque evenings and the sound of the cicada here in the heart of the Camargue, close to the beach at Le Grau-du Roi and the Roman towns of Nîmes and Arles.

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9.04/10 3 reviews in english

from 96€ per week

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from 205€ per week

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Enjoy a change of scenery at a campsite in the heart of the Little Camargue

Taking a camping holiday in the Camargue – a lively yet unspoilt area, full of passion and tradition – is like travelling to an unknown land. You’ll be amazed by its never-ending vistas, by the diversity of the flora and fauna of the salt marshes and huge lagoons stretching away as far as they eye can see. Come and discover the exceptional variety of species that inhabit the unspoilt environment of the Camargue Regional Natural Park including pink flamingos, Camargue horses, birds and bulls.

An area of stunning natural landscapes, characteristic villages and respect for ancestral tradition, the Camargue is the ideal destination for a camping holiday.

A camping holiday is a great way to explore the the Camargue and try something really different:

  • A horse ride through the rich and wild natural landscape to explore the most secret corners of the Camargue
  • A safari in an open-topped 4x4 that will take you into the heart of the Camargue and give you the chance to experience some of its wonders for yourself: a herd of wild horses at full gallop, a flock of herons taking off from a lake shore or the bellowing of the bulls.

To the east towards the Bouches-du-Rhône, close to the city of Marseille and easily accessible from our campsites in the Petite Camargue (Gard), lies the port of Le Grau-du-Roi, famed for its water sports and lively markets, whilst close by the town of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer invites you to experience the festivals and férias of the still-wild Camargue.

The Camargue leaves its indelible mark on everyone who visits it. Don’t delay, book your camping holiday in the Camargue now.

A holiday with a difference in the Camargue

The Camargue is a great place to visit on a camping holiday with family or friends. You’ll find a range of signposted circuits ideal for exploring its varied landscape on foot, by bike or on horseback. Visit the Gard vineyards to the north, bronze on the beautiful beaches in the south and explore the salt meadows and marshes in between. And don’t miss the chance to watch some of the Camargue’s emblematic animals and birds: pink flamingos, bulls and Camargue horses.

A number of equestrian centres offer horse riding and pony trekking, a great way to see the Rhône delta with its rivers, marshes and rice fields, wild bulls and birdlife. Get away from the crowds and immerse yourself in this stunning natural environment.

Fun for all the family in the Camargue

The Camargue region offers a range of fun outdoor activities for all the family. For a genuine change of scenery, pay a visit to one of the herds of semi-wild cattle and horses, known as manades, which roam the Petite Camargue. Find out how these impressive creatures are reared and how their gardians or mounted herdsman live in this magical, unspoilt world. Alternatively, take a tour of a working Camargue farm and learn about how local farming traditions and how they have shaped the landscape. The stunning scenery will take your breath away!

If you fancy seeing the world from another angle, why not climb aboard a boat or catamaran for a sea cruise or a photo safari? A unique way to visit the Camargue and see its flora, fauna and traditions.

A relaxing camping holiday

After a busy day out and about exploring the local sights, what better place to relax than the beach? The beautiful Camargue coast offers some great spots for catching the sun’s last rays and a chance for parents to sit back and relax as the kids build a sandcastle.

And if wellness is what you’re after, the thalassotherapy centre in Port-Camargue boasts a range of treatments based on local seaweeds, muds and other products of the sea.

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