Located in the Gard department, the seaside resort of Grau du Roi is a former fishing village in the Camargue. The Espiguette beach offers the wildest setting and one can even find almost deserted areas with distances of nearly 100 meters between two towels.
The beaches of La Grande Motte are only a few minutes away by car and offer a different profile, 7 km of fine sandy beach with numerous dune spaces and green spaces. Its beaches are suitable for families with children because they are wide and very progressive in depth. Especially the beaches of Le Petit and Le Grand Travers.
To the west, Palavas les Flots, this seaside resort is the oldest seaside resort near Montpellier. There is a lovely fishing port and picturesque old quarters.
Villeneuve-lès-Maguelone is known for its immense wild beach on the edge of several ponds between Palavas-les-Flots to the east and Frontignan to the west. This beach stretches for more than 8 kms with some dunes. The environment is magical and resembles the landscapes of the Camargue that can be found for example in the Saintes Maries de la Mer. It is undoubtedly one of the wildest beaches in Languedoc-Roussillon.
The seaside resort of Frontignan offers a landscape between sea, ponds and garrigues. On both sides of its marina, beautiful sandy beaches and pebbles are available on 7 km. Between beaches close to the city centre or wild beaches east of Frontignan, you can fully enjoy the preserved environment of Frontignan. The beach of Aresquiers is the most preserved.