Your Holidays in Marseillan
During your stay at Beauregard Plage campsite*** discover the many places of interest to visit along the Mediterranen coast.
Listed as a Natura 2000 site, the lake of Thau covers more than 7 500 ha, housing a biodiversity that is ten times greater than other lagoons in the region. To do: the museum of the Thau Lagoon, to learn more about fishing, oyster and mussel farming!
Walk around the picturesque streets edged with boutiques, workshops 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 located by the sea, and attracted famous 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 specialties brought to Sète by the Italians who settled here.
Béziers is the town of bull fights and rugby, the feria of August and the nautical joust, 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 boasts 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 sculpted dome.
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 Thau Lagoon. After that, you can taste oysters from Bouzigues with a glass of white Picpoul de Pinet.
Historical heritage of Marseillan
Walk around the old streets of this typical southern French village: charming townhouses, various monuments such as the "statue de la Marianne", the covered square with black basalt arches or the Saint-Jean-Baptiste church (17th century).