Camping Le Floride opens its doors to you in Languedoc-Roussillon

During your holiday at camping Le Floride (66), discover splendid landscapes between the Pyrenees and the Mediterranean, long sandy beaches, water and sports activities, and a rich and welcoming Catalan culture. The Languedoc coastline is open to you for a maritime visit of the Pyrénées Orientales from the campsite.

Between land and sea, discover a region with a strong cultural imprint

Languedoc-Roussillon is the former coastal region of Occitania, which is now composed of 13 departments. Its culture, strongly rooted in French heritage, remains an important denomination with its own history and traditions. In the southern part of the Languedoc, find exceptional historical sites from the medieval period mixed with the Catalan spirit in the Aude and the Pyrénées Orientales. Further north, Lozère, Gard and Hérault have been and still are key departments for trade between Spain and Italy. Between garrigues, natural parks and typical villages, you will discover Mediterranean cities with southern colours and influences. Our 5-star campsite in Languedoc Roussillon takes you to the four corners of the region to prepare your stay with us.

In the South of France, at the foot of the Pyrenees, take advantage of the many activities available near our campsite

  • Try your hand at water-skiing in Port-Barcarès
  • Spinning in the rides of the festival of Barcarès Village.
  • Make Impressive Jumps at the Water Jump of Torreilles
  • Drive close to the wild animals at the African Reserve of Sigean
  • Go beyond your limits in canyoning, climbing or rafting with Deversud on the via Ferrata
  • Relax in natural hot baths at the foot of the mountains in St-Thomas-les-Bains
  • Discover Catalonia in the footsteps of Salvador Dalí thanks to the Dalí Museum-Theatre in Figueres

Explore the Languedoc between Catalan country and seaside resorts

From your holiday village in Barcarès, there are many destinations in the hinterland and on the coast. Why choose between the two when you have the possibility of staying with your feet in the water just a few minutes from the Catalan emblem of the Perpignan region? Head to the Kingdom of Majorca where you will be greeted by a gentle accent in a cheerful and colourful atmosphere. Here, numerous cultural events and historical sites that reflect the Catalan heritage of the Pyrénées-Orientales await you. The Pic du Canigou in the background gives the impression of a change of scenery. On the Spanish side, the Vermeille coast reveals all its natural and secret treasures. The famous painter’s town of Collioure or the authentic port village of Port Vendres will allow you to gain height from the many hiking trails. Among the places you can visit, the Saint Elmer fort built by Vauban dominates the coast or the Cap Béar lighthouse, which is an ideal vantage point for admiring the land of the cerbères and the Costa Brava. On the other hand, in the north of the Languedoc, magnificent natural lagoons on the Mediterranean coast will delight nature lovers. Protected species, aquatic activities, maritime culinary specialities… So many riches to explore between fresh and salt water on land or on the water.

Tourism in the Pyrénées Orientales, welcome to French Catalonia

The Pyrénées Orientales is the westernmost department of the Languedoc and has much to offer with its beautiful and varied landscape, culture, gastronomy and history. From mountain tourism to seaside tourism, everything is combined for an outdoor holiday. From the 5-star Le Floride campsite in Languedoc Roussillon, explore one of the most beautiful coastlines in France on your way to Spain. To visit the Pyrenees Orientales by the sea, there is nothing more fabulous than to follow part of the Amethyst coast and the Vermeille coast. The latter will take you to discover the many seaside destinations with Catalan character and charm from Argelès sur Mer to Port Bou on the Spanish border. To the north and inland, discover the cultural diversity of the department with the imprint of the Kingdom of Majorca in Perpignan, the Vauban citadel in Villefranche de Conflent and religious buildings such as the cathedral in Elne. Take a gourmet trip to the famous Banyuls vineyards and take a tour around the many Catalan lakes.

The Aude, the Cathar lands of Roussillon

The Aude borders the Pyrénées-Orientales to the west and the Hérault to the east. The Midile Canal crosses from north to south and marks the beginning of the canal in the Languedoc to flow into the Mediterranean. Its tourist attractions are numerous. Thanks to its historical heritage, its gastronomic culture but also its location between land and sea, set out to discover a land of great wealth ! No less than 19 sites are classified as Cathar country in the Aude, including castles, abbeys and museums, offering real immersion in the past. Visit the medieval city of Carcassonne, the castle of Peyrepertuse and the abbey of Fontfroide. While nature lovers will appreciate the sporting activities that are offered through the mountains or visits to discover the natural sites of the Aude. Natural curiosities, caves, ponds, the many corners of the Aude are full of surprises.

For more practical information on the Languedoc Roussillon

Do not hesitate to ask for information at our Reception, or to go to the Tourist Office of Port-Barcarès.

Finally, during your vacation, consider using the interactive map “Discover the Region” of our mobile application Le Floride, which will guide you through Languedoc-Roussillon.

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