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Camping la Marine, le Grau du Roi, Languedoc-Roussillon

Camping la Marine is a 4* site which opens in late April and closes in late September.Nearest  Airport - Montpellier 18 mls, Nimes 32 mls, Marseille 82 mlsNearest  Ferry Port - Bilbao 441 mls, Calais 655 mls, Caen 601, St Malo 632 mls

Camping la Marine is set in the heart of the Camargue, close to the resort of Le Grau-du-Roi, and the Caargue, as you may be aware, is a haven for nature lovers and especially for bird spotters/twitchers. This campsite is a great base for exploring this beautiful area or simply relaxing under the Mediterranean sun. From here you can discover all that the Camargue has to offer, including the medieval city of Aigues-Mortes and its ramparts.

The campsite has a free shuttle to the beach and is within walking distance of le Grau du Roi.

Pool complex at Camping la MarineOn site there is everything you need for an enjoyable holiday. The pool complex is a real draw with its waterslides and children’s pool for little ones. For those who want to keep active there are plenty of activities on offer including football, volleyball, boules and table tennis. Make the most of the pool area which features a swimming pool, a paddling pool and waterslides.

Evenings onsite can be enjoyed around the communal barbeques or with a relaxing meal in the on site restaurant.

Other facilities at Camping la Marine include:

Fantastic Swimming Pool & complex, Free shuttle to the beach, Toddler Friendly, Couriers on site, WiFi,
Cycling, Charcoal/Gas BBQ, Bar, Restaurant

About the Camargue

The Camargue is Western Europe's largest river delta and covers an area of over 900 square KM's. It is a wild landscape of red salt lagoons teeming with flamingoes, reedy marches and rice paddies, herds of wild white Camargue Horses and farms where Europe's only cowboys - the Gardiens - raise fighting black bulls for the bullrings of Languedoc and Spain.

Aigues-Mortes, the walled townRe the above: It is the very high concentrations of salt which cause the waters to turn red, and the
Salt - the 'Fleur du sel' - is collected near Aigues-Mortes and sold after purification. Furthermore, this region is a unique area for spotting all manner of waterfowl.


Last update: 18.01.2018