Your camping holidays in Le Grau du Roi

You and your entourage will receive a warm welcome at the little Mediterranean fishing harbour of Le Grau du Roi. Fêtes votives (votive festivals), courses camarguaises bullfights, watersports and more! And let's not forget the wonderful beach of Espiguette with its white sand dunes and blue waves. A must-see!

And other unmissable features of the region include the Arena of Nîmes. This Roman amphitheatre, which once hosted gladiatorial combats, is the city's undisputed symbol.

Don't miss all the other legendary locations in the Gard, south-eastern France, either. The 3 levels of the Pont du Gard, 49 metres in height, will be a hit with the whole family, and you'll find a wide range of activities here for people of all ages. The famous Bambouseraie, botanical bamboo gardens close to Anduze, will also be popular with everyone!

  • Parc Spirou

  • Camargue


  • Espiguette

    Espiguette beach

  • Camping Palavas


  • Camping Saintes Maries de la Mer

    Saintes Maries de la Mer

  • Camping Aigues-Mortes


  • Camping La Grande-Motte

    La Grande Motte

  • Camping Port-Camargue


  • Camping Le Grau du Roi

    Le Grau du Roi

  • Camping Carnon


  • Montpellier

  • Nîmes


  • Pont du Gard

    Pont du Gard

  • Arena of Nîmes

The Camargue as you've never seen it!

Herdsmen, bulls, white horses and flamingos are just some of the symbols of the lovely Camargue. People who enjoy nature will love this land of tradition and history.

The camping Les Petits Camarguais lies close to towns which you simply must visit during your holidays in the Languedoc-Roussillon! The mediaeval town of Aigues-Mortes, the quirky architecture of la Grande-Motte, Carnon and Palavas-les-Flots, Port-Camargue and its lovely yachting harbour etc.

And then there's Montpellier and Nîmes, which await you for historical and cultural strolls in the heart of towns with remarkable architectural styles. One thing is for sure, and that is that you'll find all sorts of wonderful things here in the South of France. So, what are you waiting for?