50 Years of experience in camping
Direct access to the beach
Near the centre and shops
No mobile homes
Nature and environment
3-Star Camping Beauregard Plage is located in Marseillan-Plage, in the Hérault. It is a traditional, family campsite.
You'll be staying near the water... Behind the dune lies the Mediterranean Sea. After a nice swim, you'll be delighted to spend a holiday in a preserved setting of nature, with family or friends.
The friendly, modern and traditional camping site of 3-star Camping Beauregard Plage has been managed by passionates of nature for the past 3 generations.
Since more than 50 years, Camping Beauregard Plage cultivates the art of traditional camping on a wooded and flowery site, typical for the Languedoc coast, bathing in the sunny and peaceful setting of the south of France. It has become the ideal destination for lovers of traditional camping, who are looking for authenticity.
You'll find no mobile homes on this campsite, as it is completely reserved to those who are looking to spend a holiday with their camper van, caravan or tent.
Behind the dune, Camping Beauregard Plage offers a direct access to the sea. Ideal for you to benefit from the warm sand of the Mediterranean Sea, on the Pavillon Blue labeled beach. You'll be staying at the foot of the dunes!
From the campsite in Marseillan-Plage, you can visit the main tourist sites of the Hérault and the Languedoc-Roussillon: the nature reserve of Bagnas, the lake of Thau, the Canal du Midi, hikes at the heart of the vineyards, or visits to Cap d’Adge, Sète, Bouzigues, Balaruc-les-Bains, Pézenas and Montpellier…
|2017 DAILY RATES|
|From 24/03 to 30/06||From 30/06 to 08/07||From 08/07 to 19/08||From 19/08 to 26/08||From 26/08 to 01/09||From 01/09 to 15/10|
|Package : 2 pers + 1car + 1 tent / caravan or camping-car + electricity 6A||18€90||34€50||
(Samstag bis samstag vom 08/07 bis 19/08)
|Pitch > 120m²||+ 6€50||+ 6€50||+ 7€||+ 6€50||+ 6€50||+ 6€50|
|Person (+ 2 years old)||4€||6€50||8€||6€50||5€50||4€|
|Pets||3€50||Nicht erlaubt||Nicht erlaubt||Nicht erlaubt||Nicht erlaubt||3€50|
Camper vans, caravans and tents
The campsite counts 200 camping pitches surfacing about 80 m². They are delimited by hedges for as much comfort and privacy as possible. Campers who are looking for more space can reserve a plot surfacing between 120 m² and 150 m².
Facilities for campers
To enjoy water pleasure and a holiday by the sea, a campsite with direct access to the beach is like paradise!
Here, a camping holiday means relaxing on the beach for some tanning, while children play in the turquoise and clear water or build sand castles!
Ideally located by the sea, Camping Beauregard Plage offers a romantic setting for campers who are looking for a peaceful and relaxing stay in the Languedoc-Roussillon.
Easy to access from the campsite, without any road to cross, families can get to the fine sand beach of Marseillan in less than two minutes!
From the campsite, you can make use of the nearness of various shops in the centre of Marseillan. No need to take your car, everything is reachable on foot or by bike!
At less than 400 m from the campsite:
Camping Beauregard Plage does not offer the rent of mobile homes.
Since 3 generations, all has been designed for traditional camping, far away from the big and impersonal campsite chains.
Here you'll (re)discover the authenticity, charm and friendliness of real camping, without mobile homes. The spirit of the outdoor life at the heart of nature!
Priority for nature and environment
Before it became Camping Beauregard as you know it today, this part of Marseillan Plage used to be a vineyard in the 1960s. The first campers stayed between the vines…
Since 50 years, the campsite has managed to highlight the natural en environmental aspects of the site. It remains a wooded and flowery oasis of peace, a privileged setting in nature with a direct access to the beach, to enjoy an ecological stay!
To offer you the best holiday possible in the Languedoc-Roussillon, a stay where nature, quality of life and the comfort of campers are gathered, Camping*** Beauregard-Plage commits to offering you a different type of holiday in Marseillan-Plage with keywords as nature and complete change of scenery.
All year round, the campsite takes particularly care of the plants, flowers and trees, by choosing typical Mediterranean species like rose-bays, tamaris, fig trees... Choosing for flora adapted to the climate allows to save water and it takes less upkeeping.
The campsite is ideally located near the lake of Thau and the nature reserve of Bagnas. This lagoon-like area of the Hérault coast is a major site for migratory birds like stilts, avocets, or the common tern which may be observed around the campsite.
Photo: "The Pine and the Sandsplit, Sète" door Christian Ferrer. Licence CC BY-SA 4.0 via Wikimedia Commons - « Thau Aigrette » by Bruno Barral- licence CC BY-SA 2.5 by Wikimedia Commons
Coming to Camping Beauregard Plage means experiencing an authentic holiday by the sea, a friendly and pure stay for a great time with family or friends.
Since more than 50 years, Beauregard Plage cultivates traditional camping in the peace and quiet of an unspoiled nature with direct access to the beach.
That is the success of the campsite since the start. A great place to discover and enjoy a true camping holiday!
Without excessive luxury, without entertainment, useless facilities or a pool (the beach is just behind the dune!), Camping Beauregard Plage favours the comfort of authentic camping in the outdoors.
Holidaymakers will enjoy the simple things in life like walking bear feet in the warm sand, smelling the flowers and hearing the birds sing…
Therefore, the campsite is harmoniously set in the environment, to the delight of traditional campers, with all the assets of the charming beach resort of Marseillan, near the shops and various summer activities!
On site, you'll find all the services you need for a comfortable stay. At 400 metres from the campsite, holidaymakers will find various shops.
From 15/10 to the opening of the campsite (end of March):
Camping Beauregard Plage will be happy to welcome you in its restaurant with magnificent view on the beach of Marseillan, from the sunny terrace dominating the dune!
Campers will discover a nice menu with simple, but gourmet dishes prepared with fresh quality products from the Languedoc-Roussillon.
You'll find: tapas and salads, but also the restaurant's specialities like the burger with brioche bread from the local baker with homemade chips, cuttlefish on the plancha, mussels and a wide range of local cheeses…
During your stay on Camping*** Beauregard Plage you can enjoy the various activities of the Mediterranean Sea!
The harbour of Marseillan
Stroll on the quays of this lovely little harbour and watch the boats floating on the Canal du Midi or the sailing boats sliding towards the lake of Thau. After that, you can taste oysters from Bouzigues with a glass of white Picpoul de Pinet.
Historical heritage of Marseillan
Walk around in the old streets of this typcial southern French village: charming townhouses, various monuments such as the statue of the Republic, the covered square with black basalt arches or the Saint-Jean-Baptiste church (17th century).
Beaches and water sports in Marseillan
Fully enjoy the beach nearby with clear blue water, fine sand and the sunny climate of the Mediterranean Sea... On the programme: kitesurfing, sailing, jet ski, tubing, stand-up-paddle or boat trips…
Lake of Bagnas
The lake of Bagnas stretches over more than 560 ha. Explore this unique nature reserve on foot, by bike or horse and discover the remarkable ecological wealth.
Lake of Thau
Listed as a Natura 2 000 site, the lake of Thau covers more than 7 500 ha, housing a biodiversity that is ten times superior to the one of other lagoons in the region. To do: the museum of the lake of Thau, to learn more about fishing or the oyster and mussel farming!
Walk around the picturesque streets edged with boutiques, ateliers and houses of black volcano stone. Discover the remains of the ramparts of this former Greek town, founded by the Phocaeans and listed as a historical monument today.
Sète, the Venice of the Languedoc
This charming marine town is set by the sea, and attracted big artists like Paul Valéry and Georges Brassens… To see, to do: walking on the quays and taste the local gastronomy, visit the market and fill your basket with fish and seafood, or specialities brought to Sète by the Italians who settled here.
Visit to Béziers
Béziers is the town of bull fights and rugby, the feria of August and the water jousting, but also of the vineyard that produces wines like the AOP Languedoc Terrasses de Béziers and Vins de Pays like « Les Côtes de Thongue » or « Les Coteaux de Béziers IGP »…
Daytrip to Montpellier
Montpellier holds 106 listed monuments. To see: the Place de la Comédie (18th century), the municipal theatre and the monumental façade decorating the south west of the square, the Trois Grâces fountain, the Haussmann style « Scaphandrier » building (1898, architecture of the Second Empire) and its sulpted dome.
Camping Beauregard Plage
250 rue de I´Airette
34340 MARSEILLAN - FRANCE
Tel.: +33 (0)4 67 77 15 45
Lat : 43°18’52.81’’ N | Long : 3°32’56.83’’ E