Camping Languedoc Roussillon
Campsite rentals in the Languedoc-Roussillon
The Languedoc-Roussillon region is a leading holiday destination. In summer, spring and even out of season, camping in the Languedoc-Roussillon is always a popular choice. The sheer variety of environments means you won’t have to make any compromises concerning your stay and are sure to spend an amazing holiday.
From the Languedoc coast, Catalonia and the Camargue, via the Cévennes, Larzac, Lauragais, to the Haut-Languedoc and the Montpellier Basin, there is no shortage of ideas when it comes to where to stay in Languedoc-Roussillon. Enjoy the sea, rivers, high or medium-altitude mountain ranges and enchanting villages in one and the same region. Opt for a campsite rental in the Languedoc-Roussillon to enjoy the sunshine and the easy-going southern lifestyle.
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Mobile home rental in the Languedoc-Roussillon
Want an all-comfort rental or a experience? Or are you keen to embark on an authentic camping holiday, renting a pitch with or without private sanitary facilities? Whatever your preference, you’re bound to find something to suit you at our Yelloh! Village campsites in the Languedoc-Roussillon.
You can also make the most of the large water parks with their outdoor and covered pools, water slides, paddling pools, aquatic playgrounds and balneo areas. There’s something to please every member of the family, from the littlest to the most senior!
As for your entertainment, in addition to the many sightseeing attractions that make the region so appealing, there are activities organised at our campsites in the Languedoc-Roussillon every day. Join our entertainers for an array of sporty, fun or sociable activities for some happy times together. What’s more, your youngsters will have their very own programme specially adapted to their age at our children’s clubs.
Opt for a mobile home rental at a 4 or 5 star Yelloh! Village campsite and you know that you’ll benefit from an array of quality services. An excellent way to keep life simple on your holiday in the Languedoc-Roussillon, so you can fully focus on having an excellent time.
The toughest part will be choosing from all our holiday villages in the Languedoc-Roussillon. With campsites by the Mediterranean, in the Cévennes, in the Camargue or by the Pyrenees, you’re spoilt for choice! Need a hand? Use our online comparison tool! It will let you compare the atmosphere and offers available at all Yelloh! Village campsites, so you can find the spot that best suits you.
What to do on a camping holiday in the Languedoc-Roussillon?
This is the name given to this wetland area to differentiate it from the rest of the Camargue located on the other side of the Rhone, in the Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur region. It is a wonderful natural region with very rich and distinctive fauna and flora, including its famous bulls, horses, birds and flamingos. It also boasts a host of breathtaking landscapes and you can immerse yourself in its culture and traditions.
There are the beaches of Le Grau-du-Roi, the ramparts and salt marsh of Aigues-Mortes, and then the characteristic villages such as Le Cailar and Saint-Laurent d’Aigouze, the rice fields and marshes… In fact, the Petite Camargue is an amazing haven for nature lovers.
Just like the Petite Camargue, the Gard rhodanien is a distinctive part of Occitania because rather than being purely Occitan, the eastern edge of the Gard has a more Provençal feel. Which is only natural since it borders the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur (PACA) region.
In fact, the villages and landscapes of this distinctive corner of France combine the very best of these different identities.
The Languedoc coast
Without a doubt, this is the most sought-after spot for a holiday in the region. In fact, a large section of the Languedoc’s eastern boundary is lined by the Mediterranean Sea. Just like the Petite Camargue, the climate here is extremely pleasant, attracting countless tourists every year.
Which no doubt explains why the vast majority of campsites in the Languedoc-Roussillon are to be found here. Enjoy the Mediterranean sunshine and the fabulous summer vibes to create amazing holiday memories.
The Montpellier hinterland
On one side, the Montpellier plain extends to the sea, and on the other, the land stretches out towards the Larzac and the Cévennes. In between, the hinterland transitions between the two areas, rising up to overlook the blue, blue sea. Then the garrigue scrubland emerges to form another, equally stunning landscape.
The inland area beyond Montpellier is also renowned for its red wines, which although less famous than Bordeaux and Burgundy, are increasingly found on tables across France and the world. One of the Appellations d’origine contrôlé (AOC) actually refers to an emblematic spot of this lovely corner of the Languedoc - the Pic Saint Loup. Seasoned and novice hikers alike can enjoy a gentle climb up this small mountain that sits high above the entire plain and the Petite Camargue.
Finally, the area is teeming with charming villages just waiting to be discovered, such as Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert, Les Matelles and Saint-Martin-de-Londres.
To the west, the Haut-Languedoc and its regional natural park provide visitors with some magnificent scenery to explore. There is a long list of the must-see places, but the Gorges d’Héric are definitely worth a look. The same goes for the Minervois and its villages, with their gentle lifestyle.
In the Haut-Languedoc, you can also try out an array of exhilarating water-based activities. A great way to cool off while having fun with family or friends.
When we think of the Languedoc-Roussillon, we naturally think of the coast and the Catalan Pyrenees. Yet the region also boasts other mountainous plateaus, which form part of the Massif Central. Take, for example, the Larzac, a section of which is located in the Hérault and the Gard, before entering the Aveyron in the Midi-Pyrénées region.
This gorgeous corner of France is best known for its gorges, greenery and authentic villages. And, of course, its gastronomy, with the terroir’s reputation extending far beyond the French borders. If you’re a regular driver along the A75 motorway, you’ll probably be very familiar with the Larzac and even its iconic service area, the Aire du Caylar!
The Cévennes are another Languedoc portion of the Massif Central and are home to the region’s only national park. Straddling the Lozère and the Gard, the Cévennes have something to appeal to everyone: rivers where you can swim, villages you can wander around, and stunning natural areas you can explore… Not to mention the area’s rich history!
From Alès to Trois-Rivières, via Florac and the delightful village of Sainte-Enimie, there are some awe-inspiring sights to be seen.
Like the Camargue, the Larzac and the Cévennes, the Lauragais spans several departments as well as two ancient regions, stretching from the Aude into the Haute-Garonne (Midi-Pyrénées).
It boasts an array of tourist attractions, for instance the Canal du Midi, Castelnaudary – renowned for its cassoulet – and a whole host of historic sites… The Lauragais really offers the perfect blend of culture, history, traditions and lovely landscapes.
This department is mainly made up of the former province of Roussillon, also known as Northern Catalonia to distinguish it from the Spanish side. It also includes a small Occitan area to the extreme north: the Fenouillèdes.
The Pyrénées-Orientales, France’s department no. 66, perfectly encapsulate all the region has to offer. Nestled between sea and mountains, it has a strong local identity. Except for the Catalans, who have their own traditions and language.
There’s Perpignan, the Canigou, the seaside resorts and the winter sports resorts, not to mention the Orgues d’Ille-sur-Tet “fairy chimney” rock formations, and the Fort de Salses… The Pyrénées-Orientales promise a remarkable combination of nature, culture, emotions and relaxation.
What are the sightseeing attractions in the Languedoc-Roussillon?
- The Pont du Gard
- The medieval city of Carcassonne
- Nîmes, its historic centre, the Maison Carrée Roman temple and the arena
- The Petite Camargue, including Aigues-Mortes, its salt marsh and ramparts
- The Cévennes National Park
- The Cirque de Navacelles and the Haut-Languedoc Regional Natural Park
- The Canal du Midi
- The Parc des Loups du Gévaudan wolf wildlife park
- The Pic Saint-Loup
- Montpellier, the region’s capital
- The Côte Vermeille coast
- The Orgues d’Ille-sur-Têt rock formations
- The Cathar castles
- The Cascades du Sautadet waterfalls
- The Pyrénées yellow train
- The Réserve Africaine de Sigean animal park
- Lake Salagou
- The Ducal castle in Uzès
What activities are there to enjoy in the Languedoc-Roussillon?
- Boat trips
- Via ferrata
- Tree-top adventure courses
- Sand yachting
- Kite surfing
- Parachuting and parasailing
Which are the most beautiful beaches in the Languedoc-Roussillon?
- Les Aresquiers in Vic-la-Gardiole (Hérault)
- La Grande Maïre in Sérignan-Plage (Hérault)
- Plage de La Baleine in Sète (Hérault)
- Plage des Chalets in Gruissan (Aude)
- Plage de l'Espiguette beach in Le Grau-du-Roi Port-Camargue (Gard)
- Les Coussousles in La Franqui (Aude)
- La Balette in Collioure (Pyrénées-Orientales)
- L’Anse Sainte-Catherine in Port-Vendres (Pyrénées-Orientales)
- Le Racou in Argelès-sur-Mer (Pyrénées-Orientales)
Which are the most beautiful rivers and lakes in the Languedoc-Roussillon?
- Lake Salagou
- The Gorges du Tarn
- The Gorges du Gardon
- Devesset Lake
- Alqueva Lake
- The Gorges d’Héric
- The Cascades du Sautadet waterfalls
- The Pont du Diable (or Devil’s Bridge) and the Gorges de l’Hérault
- The Cascade de la Vis waterfall
- The Gorges du Verdouble
- The Gorges de Galamus
Which are the most beautiful villages in the Languedoc-Roussillon?
- La Roque-sur-Cèze
- Les Matelles
Which are the Languedoc-Roussillon and Catalan specialities that you simply must try?
- Gardianne de taureau beef stew
- Tielle de Sète pie
- Sweet fougasse from Aigues-Mortes
- Provençal aioli (eaten in the Gard rhodanien and in the Petite Camargue) or Catalan aioli
- The petits pâtés or small pies from Nîmes or Pézenas
- The cargolade snail dish
- Catalan cream
- Brasucade grilled mussels
- Oysters from the Etang de Thau
- Oreillettes - a doughnut-style sweet treat
- Rousquilles - sweet biscuits
- Zézettes de Sète - sweet biscuits
- Brandade de Nîmes salt cod dish
- Boles de picolat - or Catalan meat balls
- Catalan fuet dry-cured sausage
- Cévennes sweet onions
- Pélardon goat’s cheese
- Bleu des Causses blue cheese
- The wines: Pic Saint-Loup, Saint-Chinian, Costières de Nîmes, Banyuls, Puech-Haut, Muscats de Rivesaltes, Lunel and Frontignan, etc.
- Anchoïade anchovy spread
- Blanquette de Limoux sparkling wine
What are the main events nearby?
- Les Déferlantes festival in Le Barcarès
- The Férias in Béziers, Nimes and the patron saints’ feasts in the villages…
- The festivals in Carcassonne and Nîmes
- Bagnols Reggae Festival
- Visa pour l’Image photography festival in Perpignan
- Electrobeach Music Festival in Port Barcarès
- Fiest’A Sète
- The Cassoulet festival in Castelnaudary
What can you see and do in the Languedoc-Roussillon if it’s raining?
- The Seaquarium in Le Grau-du-Roi
- Oniria aquarium in Canet-en-Roussillon
- The Fabre Museum in Montpellier
- The HARIBO factory in Uzès
- The MOCO contemporary art museum in Montpellier
- The many caves: les Grottes des Demoiselles, Grotte de Clamouse, Grotte aux Diamants, Grotte de la Devèze, Aven Armand, Grotte de Cabrespine, Grotte de Fontrabiouse...
- The Musée de la Romanité Gallo-Roman museum in Nîmes
- Narbo Via Roman heritage museum
- The Museum of Prehistory in Tautavel