Mediterranean beaches, lush green landscapes, fascinating places steeped in history and culture. Plus of course, all the vibrancy of modern life and exciting entertainment - all to be enjoyed in the warm sunshine that the south of France is so famous for.
Take a trip to the Medieval market and cathedral town of Uzes, crowned the City of Art and History in 2008. Have a wander around the narrow winding streets and keep a look out for the many hidden gardens.
One of the oldest cities in France and a member of the ‘Most Ancient European Town Network’. Why not visit the Musée de Beaux Arts or take a stroll around The Plateau de Poetes park?
Ceret Cherry Festival
The festival is based around a large cherry market with many activities and entertainment such as wine tasting and cherry stoning and stone-spitting competitions.
Languedoc is famous for its truffles that grow on the roots of certain trees. The locals use these to flavour almost anything.
“With bountiful vineyards bordering the endless sandy coastline, the Midi always delights me. I make the most of the timeless back country by hiring a bike and gliding along the dappled shade of Canal du Midi on a sunny day.”
Stretching along the Mediterranean coast from Camargue to Catalonia, the Languedoc and Roussillion regions boast bustling beaches, modern holiday resorts, sun-baked vineyards, celebrated wine and timeless inland villages, the sheer essence of what the French call 'Le Midi.' In fact, for many the Languedoc and Roussillion region is the perfect French camping holiday destination, with long sunny days, beautiful sands, thousands of miles of walks and rides, National Parks and wildlife reserves, thermal springs and spas, grottos and caves. Then there's the mountains, rivers and lakes, ancient cities, towns, villages, thermal springs, abbeys, and cathedrals, châteaux and castles, especially the mountain fortresses popularly known as Cathar Castles. Phew! You'll find Al Fresco luxury mobile homes on seven fun-packed campsites in the Languedoc and Rousillon regions: Yelloh! Village Le Brasilia in Canet Plage, Mar Estang in Canet Plage, Yelloh! Village Le Serignan Plage in Serignan, Les Sablons in Portiragnes Plage, Les Mediterranees Beach Club in Marsillan Plage, Les Mediterranees BeachGarden in Marsillan Plage and Yelloh! Village Club Beach Farret in Vias Plage.
What to eat and drink in Languedoc
Get stuck into the mussels and seafood from Etang de Thau, fish soup from Sete and taureau (that's bull to you and me). Into white wine? Try Picpoul de Pinet or Fagueres. Or see red with St Chinian and Minervois. Muscat de Rivesaltes is a sweet choice.
What to see and do in Languedoc
Head to Cap d'Agde for family fun at the Aqualand waterpark. Get a glimpse of the past in the ramparts of medieval Carcassonne. Glide through the beautiful countryside on a leisurely cruise on the Canal du Midi. All this and much more can be enjoyed on our camping holidays in Languedoc Watch the Tour de France from here!