Open from March 30 to October 12, 2019

Tourism

The town of Agde

A paradise with 14km of beaches and inlets between Vias and Sete, on the crossroads between fresh and salt waters, there where the Herault river and the Canal du Midi meet the Mediterranean.

Le Grau d’Agde: Typical Mediterranean village situated on the left bank of the Herault river, living in the rhythm of the fishing and the pleasures of the beach. 2013 saw the creation of its new sea front. Come and walk along its basalt quaysides and enjoy the views it offers.

Le Grau d’Agde offers quality, varied holidays with sporting activities, leisure pursuits or simply lying on the beach.

The town of Agde: A typical Languedoc town, full of surprises. Walking through its shaded backstreets offers a succession of picturesque images: fortified Roman cathedral, ramparts, churches, museums, brightly coloured shops, its Promenade and not forgetting the Herault quaysides. Come and discover its historical heritage and audio-guided visits.

Cap d’Agde is a site of contrasts with its 7 fine sandy beaches, punctuated by basalt cliffs, rocky islets and sea beds to be explored. The port is the vibrant heart of Cap d’Agde with its busy quaysides and its small squares. Throughout the season, Cap d’Agde is a hive of activity.

Come and discover  Fonseranes’ nine locks

Make the most of your holiday at Camping Les Romarins to visit a major work on the Canal du Midi: Fonseranes’ nine locks. Constructed by Paul Riquet, this water staircase spread over 312 meters allows boats to cross a 25 meter change in levels. A visit not to be missed whilst visiting Beziers!

The town of Pezenas near Agde

Pezenas, situated just a few minutes by car from the Bas-Languedoc beaches and the Herault hinterland, offers a rich heritage. Moliere’s town in which you can visit his Illustre Theatre.

Don’t miss seeing its town centre with its 17th and 18th century town houses, its cobbled streets and many bourgeois 16th century houses. You will also find: the old chapel of the “penitents noirs”, the old chapel of the Ursuline convent and the Saint-Jean Collegiate.

Pezenas is a small town full of character with from May to October comes alive with the artistic parades.

Make the most of your stay at Les Romarins to visit this historical town just 20 minutes from Agde.

From Les Romarins visit St-Guilhem-le-Desert and Clamouse

Just 45 minutes from Agde, the medieval village of Saint-Guilhem-le-Desert is a stopover point for the Saint Jacques de Compostelle pilgrimage routes. Nestled at the base of a cirque and dominated by the ruins of a chateau, this little jewel is the town of Santons. For those who love hiking, the G.R. 74 passes close by offering magnificent views. The walk that leads to the castle ruins, then on towards Chapelle Notre-Dame de l’Ermitage will only take you a few hours. Discover the cirque du Bout du Monde (end of the world) and return in the evening to enjoy the beach at Grau d’Agde!

During your trip you can also visit the Clamouse cave and dive into the clear waters of the Herault river.

Carcassonne’s Firework Extravaganza

Carcassonne is just 100km from the Romarins campsite. Each year in July the Carcassonne Firework Extravaganza attracts thousands of people. The show set around the ramparts of the medieval city is one of the most visited in France. It would also be an opportunity to sample a delicious Cassoulet. Not to be missed!