The region The Hérault, the Mediterranean Sea, the coast
Try a new family holiday experience! Explore the region of Languedoc, the unique tourist sites of the Mediterranean Coast and enjoy a lovely beach holiday!
During your stay at Camping Robinson, along the coast between Cap d’Agde, Sète and Montpellier, enjoy the countless activities and leisure. A great number of water sports are available for thrill seekers: diving, jet-skiing, tubing, flyboarding, kitesurfing and wakeboarding. Lovers of hiking will be amazed by the natural surrounding area. A horse ride on the beach or in the heart of nature is another way to enjoy the view.
Just like the Mediterranean Sea, the up-country is also very charming. The area around Camping Robinson offers a wide range of tours and outings including the Terrasses du Larzac, Pic Saint-Loup, vast vineyards and the châteaux in Grès de Montpellier.
- Nouvel région
- Luna Park in Marseillan
- Sète fishing port
- Pézenas town centre
- The Cap d'Agde aquarium
- Saint Guilhem le Désert - Pont du Diable
- Saint Guilhem le Désert - Grotte de Clamouse
- Marseillan Thau Basin
- Marseillan Town centre and port
- The Grande Conque
- La Ferme Marine in Marseillan
- Cap d'Agde Ephèbe museum
- Canal du Midi
- Agde Cathedral, made from volcanic rock
- La Maison du Petit Pierre
Must-see visits Near Marseillan in Hérault
By staying between the Mediterranean Sea and the Thau pond in Marseillan-Plage, your holidays in the Hérault will be rich in discoveries: from the magnificent beaches of Sète to the Regional Natural Park of Haut-Languedoc, between historic sites and preserved natural spaces, the heritage of the department is of great variety. The Thau lagoon is home to an incredible biodiversity, to be discovered if you wish in the company of a nature guide. From camping Robinson, the Bagnas reserve and the banks of the Canal du Midi are a pleasant destination for cycling. From the basalt buildings of Cap d'Agde to the locks of Béziers, passing through the heart of the medieval town of Narbonne and the cathedral of Saint-Pierre de Montpellier, you will have the opportunity to discover in the Hérault a remarkable architectural heritage. Don't miss, at about an hour's drive, the village of Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert, which bears the label of "the most beautiful villages in France", and its abbey of Gellone. Further east, the treasures of the Petite Camargue are also to be discovered: manades, saltworks and folk festivals allow you to immerse yourself in the local culture. Finally, the department's major natural sites include the Demoiselles cave, the Navacelles circus, and the Hérault Gorges canyon, spanned by the famous Devil's Bridge.