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- Great location opposite the fishing port on Hérault river
- Perfect for cyclists, with access to Agde, Grau d’Agde and Cap d’Agde
- Convenient on-site facilities
Camping Les Romarins in Grau d’Agde, offers a warm and friendly, family-like atmosphere. Situated opposite the fishing port on the banks of the Hérault river and only a few hundred metres from the shops, the campsite offers a holiday to suit your needs: fishing, relaxation, sports, games and evening entertainment in high season.
The fine sandy beach at Grau d’Agde is just 20 minutes walk away and will be your prime afternoon destination. For the more courageous amongst you, Camping Les Romarins is a good spot to set off on the cycle paths which serve all of the Agde, Grau d’Agde and Cap d’Agde area (nearly 40km of cycle tracks).
There is a food shop, TV room, bar, restaurant and kids' play area. The pool is heated throughout the whole season and there is free wifi access at the bar so come enjoy your holiday to discover at your own pace the history and culture of our Greek-founded town and its surrounding area.
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Motorhome service point
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Cycle hire nearby
Horse riding nearby
Indoor pool nearby
Leisure/theme park nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Public transport nearby
Large (51-200 pitches)
Le Grau d’Agde: a typical Mediterranean village situated on the left bank of the Hérault river, living to the rhythm of fishing and the pleasures of the beach.
Agde: a typical Languedocian town, full of surprises. Walking through its shaded backstreets offers a succession of picturesque images: fortified Roman cathedral, ramparts, churches, museums, brightly-coloured shops, its Promenade and the riverbank. Come and discover its historical heritage and audio-guided visits. Cap d’Agde is a site of contrasts with its fine sandy beaches, punctuated by basalt cliffs, rocky islets and sea beds to be explored.
Fonserannes’ nine locks are a major construction on the Canal du Midi. Constructed by Paul Riquet, this water staircase covering 312 metres allows boats to cross a 25 metre change in water levels. A visit not to be missed whilst visiting Béziers.
Pézenas, situated just a few minutes by car from the Bas-Languedoc beaches and the Hérault hinterland, offers a rich heritage. It is also Molière’s town in which you can follow the history of the Illustre Théâtre, his theatre company. Don’t miss seeing the town centre with its scenic town houses and cobbled streets. From May to October, to town comes alive with the artistic parades.
Just 45 minutes from Agde, the medieval village of Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert is a stopover point for the Santiago de Compostela pilgrimage. Nestled at the base of a cirque and dominated by the ruins of a château, this little jewel is the town of Santons. For those who love hiking, the GR 74 long-distance path passes close by, offering magnificent views. The walk which leads to the castle ruins then on towards Chapelle Notre-Dame de l’Ermitage will only take you a few hours. Discover the cirque du Bout du Monde or alternatively, visit the Clamouse cave and dive into the clear waters of the Hérault river.
Carcassonne is just 100km away from the campsite and each year in July, the Carcassonne Firework Extravaganza attracts thousands of people. The show, set around the ramparts of the medieval city, is extremely good and also provides an opportunity to sample the delicious cassoulet dish.