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The Petite Camargue is situated between the Petit Rhône (in the East) and Lunel (on the West), and between the Costières (in the North) and le Grau-du-Roi (in the South). The breeding of the bull and the horse of the Camargue, endemic of this natural environment, represents one of the most symbolic agricultural activity.
The Campsite Bon Port is located in Lunel in the East of the Hérault department. On the South, the plain and the wet zones, on the North the hillsides and the scrubland...
On the east of Lunel discover Aigues Mortes, in the heart of the Camargue, walk back and forth in the city of Saint-Louis and its ramparts. Discover unique medieval fortifications and magnificent points of view on the city, the pond, the saltworks, the vineyards. It is here that salt workers of the Camargue grow the sea salt and especially the Flower of Salt of the Camargue, their ancestral know-how. At the foot of the ramparts of Aigues-Mortes, the mountains of sea salt (camelles) give evidence of an environment-friendly agricultural activity, of the flora and the fauna of the Mediterranean Sea.
Further west stop in the capital of the Camargue: Saintes Maries de la Mer. Small village nested in the Camargue between the Rhône and the Mediterranean Sea. Land of welcome, pilgrimage and tradition. The village of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer assures a total disorientation with its whitewashed houses and numerous restaurants where you can taste the specialities of the region. For those who wish for an overview of the city, walk at the top of the church Notre-Dame-de-la-Mer (approximately 50 steps to climb). The sight of the village, the sea and the bullring is sublime.
Situated in the Gard department, the sea resort of Le Grau du Roi is a former village of Camargue fishermen. The beach of Espiguette offers the wildest frame and we can even find almost deserted zones with distances of about 100 meters between two towels.
The beach of La Grande Motte is only a few minutes drive from the campsite and offer a different profile, 7 km of fine sand beach with dunes. The beaches are adapted for families with children because they are wide and of very progressive depth. In particular the beach of Petit and Grand Travers.
On the West, Palavas les Flots, this resort is the oldest resort of the seaside near Montpellier. You can find an attractive port of fishermen and picturesque districts.
Villeneuve-lès-Maguelone is known for its wild beach in border of several ponds between Palavas-les-Flotsn the East and Frontignanon the West. This beach extends over more than 8 km with some dunes. The environment is magic and looks like the landscapes of the Camargue which you can find for example in Saintes Maries de la Mer. It is doubtless one of the wildest beaches of Languedoc-Roussillon.
The resort of Frontignan offers a landscape between sea, ponds and scrublands. On both sides of its port of sailing, beautiful beaches of sand and pebbles are available on 7 km. You will enjoy completely the protected environment from Frontignan. The beach of Aresquiers is the most protected.
By leaving a little farther you can spend one day to Bouzigues, Mèze, Sète or Agde around the pond of Thau.
Benefit of your break in Bouzigues to taste its famous a speciality: the Bouzigues oyster accompanied with local wines such as the famous Picpoul.
Nearby Bouzigues, you can find Mèze a stopover appreciated by the sailors in search of peace, traditions and lifestyle.
Then Sète, the city of Georges Brassens holds many places to be discovered: the canals which cover the city, the Mont Saint Clair offering an exceptional panorama to Pyrenees, a fishing port in the center, 12 km of fine sand beaches…
At the forefront of the pond of Thau you can find Agde a city rich in history to be discovered in the course of the trading alleys and shaded walks.