Things to do off Palmira Beach
Things to do off Camping Palmira Beach by the sea
Our holiday village is located on the border of the departments of Aude and Herault. A region characterized by geographical contrasts. To the south, the sea and the mountains in the hinterland. Lovely walks to do...
At the doorstep of the campsite, an array of activities to enjoy with our partners
Adventurers you will enjoy fun and thrill activities nearby.
Please note that all entertainment activities in the campsite are at no charge but additionnal charges apply for those of our partners.
Valras and Vendres-Plage are popular seaside resorts, so it’s easy to hang out and have fun throughout summer season. There are many nightclubs in the area as well as billiards and bowling. You can enjoy tasty typical meals from the South of France within the numerous restaurants in town.
A ranch offering horseback riding and pony rides is located at a stone’s throw from the campsite, the perfect idea to delight children while visiting the dunes of the beach or the ponds of Vendres and Fleury. Passionate about aviation ? Trial flights at the microlight club nearby are the best way to enjoy the breathtaking view of the Mediterranean coast. Or passionate about diving? Many underwater activities are available at diving clubs nearby.
Without moving your car you can enjoy, right next to the campsite, a typical french market of clothes and local produce, open every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
We are in Languedoc, which is part of Occitania, a region rich in history and tradition with landscapes and places as typical as picturesque. This area is crossed by the Canal du Midi which was built by Paul Riquet, who has born in Béziers. Béziers is a city at 10 km from the campsite and there you will find a magnificent cathedral as well as an engineering marvel of its time (seventeenth century) : the 9 locks of Fonserane.
Not far from Vendres – Valras Plage you may have the opportunity to fish in the sea and who knows, even sail to Sète, which is a charming fishing port in the Mediterranean where you can admire the seabed through a flat glass bottom boat. Sète is reputed to be the birthplace of the poet-singer Georges Brassens and the town dedicated him a museum to visit. Also, there are many tree trails in the vicinity; a great idea for little adventurers eager to surpass themselves in the manner of Tarzan through the trees.
Aude is another french department located at the left of the campsite, and there you can visit places full of history like the city of Narbonne or further the city of Carcasonne a fortified town with its ramparts dating from the thirteenth century, the second tourist site of France’s most visited (after Mont Saint-Michel).
Farther down in Roussillon, in the direction of Spain you will find the city of Perpignan and beyond Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia.
In the proximity
One place you shouldn’t miss is the geological curioisity "Abyss of sweet eye" or Gouffre de l’Oeil doux in Saint Pierre la Mer. Do not forget to visit the petting zoo in the Haut-Cantons area within its beautiful natural landscapes where children will make new discoveries. Not far away, canoeing trips are organised on the Orb river.
Remember that you are in a wine region and there is a great choice of wineries to visit, enjoy good wine (in moderation) and bring some good bottles home, after your stay with us in our beautiful region of Languedoc.