Campsites in Languedoc

Situated in the south of France, Languedoc Roussillon is a historical region complete with a wealth of natural beauty and notorious for its exceptional food and wine. The landscape varies between steep mountains, rolling vineyards, flat plains and then drops down to some of the most remarkable coastline in the Western Med.

All in all, this is a truly magnificent region of France and one which will have you coming back time after time to explore its many hidden delights. The food and drink is amazing, the landscape is extraordinary and the culture is befitting of the historical region. We feature several impressive campsites in this region. As with the Languedoc Roussillon region itself, the on-parc facilities are spectacular and you will find yourself returning year after year to take in this beautiful area of France.

Here is a featured list of recommended campsites in Langudoc selected from family holiday reviews.

Club Farret campsite Club Farret campsite
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Serignan Plage campsite Serignan Plage campsite
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Le Brasilia campsite Le Brasilia campsite
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Aloha Village campsite Aloha Village campsite
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Le Soleil campsite Le Soleil campsite
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La Sirene campsite La Sirene campsite
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Le Dauphin campsite Le Dauphin campsite
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Cuisine in Languedoc

Roussillon The cuisine in Languedoc Roussillon is as diverse as the landscape. Meat lovers can get their kicks with Cassoulet, a south-west speciality. This dish, which typically consists of haricot beans, confit of goose or duck and sausage, is always a talking point in the three main areas that are Carcassonne, Toulouse and Castelnaudary. Combine this with a fruity wine from France’s largest wine making region and you have a recipe for happiness.

If you are looking to get out and about in this region then you certainly will not run out of ideas. You have such cultural delights to visit as the Fabre museum in Montpellier, the 14th century St Nazaire cathedral in Beziers, the Renaissance town of Pezenas with its impressive architecture and the gateway to Perpignan which consists of the beautiful 14th century Castillet which also houses a museum, to name just a few sights to see.

Languedoc attractions and culture

Languedoc Roussillon is host to one of the most popular cities in France, Montpellier. Here you will find the longest running university in the world. Nearby, the Roman cities of Narbonne and Nimes have an enigmatic and evocative ambience which is typical of Southern France.