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Camping at campsites in Languedoc-Roussillon

Campsites in Languedoc-Roussillon

• Small jungle• Sun, sea and beach
• Wines in Languedoc-Roussillon
• Corbière and Cathar country
• Hiking and climbing routes Mont Canigou

Camping at one of the campsites in Languedoc-Roussillon is a true experience. Enjoy nature in the Des Grands Causses Natural Park in the Cevennes. Or stay in the land of the Cathars where you can visit dozens of Cathar castles. Prefer sun, sea and beach? Then camp at a campsite on the sunny south coast.

Campsites in Languedoc-Roussillon

• Small jungle• Sun, sea and beach
• Wines in Languedoc-Roussillon
• Corbière and Cathar country
• Hiking and climbing routes Mont Canigou

Camping at one of the campsites in Languedoc-Roussillon is a true experience. Enjoy nature in the Des Grands Causses Natural Park in the Cevennes. Or stay in the land of the Cathars where you can visit dozens of Cathar castles. Prefer sun, sea and beach? Then camp at a campsite on the sunny south coast.

Camping in the Cevennes

Being on a campsite in the Cevennes means that you can enjoy flowing rivers, gorges, rocks, winding streams and roads between the plateaus of the Des Grands Causses nature park. The houses carved into the rocks are also an interesting element to take a walk or drive in this beautiful area.

Bambouseraie de Prafrance

Are you staying at one of the campsites in Languedoc-Roussillon? Then a visit to the Bambouseraie de Prafrance is definitely recommended. This bamboo forest was created in 1855 by Eugène Mazel. He had traveled to the Far East to study the mulberry tree. This tree is necessary for the cultivation of silkworms. Mazel also took some bamboo shoots and planted them in Prafrance on the river Gardon. The bamboo trees quickly grew into a small jungle.

Corbière and Cathar country

The area around Carcassonne in the Corbière region is one of the most wild and natural regions in France. Visit the famous Cathar castles here. But the city of Carcassonne is also worth a visit. In this medieval city you can eat the typical regional dish cassoulet on the terraces and in the restaurants. This is a white bean and meat stew. A delicious white sparkling wine from Limoux, but also a delicious Corbière wine from this region fits perfectly with this. If you don't feel like walking, you can take a carriage ride in the style of the city.

Sun, sea and beach

For many years, the south coast of Languedoc-Roussillon has been a popular area for camping. The area has the most sunny days in France. From the campsites in Languedoc-Roussillon there are many interesting places to visit such as Argelès sur Mer, Banyuls, Port Vendres, Cap d'Agde, Gruissan and Cerbère. The painting town of Collioure is also recommended. Painters such as Matisse, Derain and Picasso were often found here.

Wines in Languedoc-Roussillon

Camping at a campsite in Languedoc-Roussillon is also called camping in the wine barn of France. The immense wine region stretches from the Rhône Delta to the foothills of the Pyrenees. About half of all wine is produced here. In addition to the red and white wines, rosé and sparkling wine are also made. It is also an important production area for "vins doux naturels", these are sweet aperitif or dessert wines. Think of the Muscat de Rivesaltes and Banyuls.

Hiking and climbing on Mont Canigou

Laid back enough? Then put on your running shoes and take a beautiful hike through the mountains. Mont Canigou is located west of Perpignan and is easily accessible from the campsites in Languedoc-Roussillon. This gigantic mountain is the symbol of the Eastern Pyrenees. In the early summer, the northern peak is even covered with snow. Pay attention! The top can only be reached on foot or with an all-terrain vehicle. It is not paved here.

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