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Nature and the environment

Your camping holiday close to nature  


Priority for nature and the environment

Before it became Beauregard campsite as you know it today, this part of Marseillan Plage used to be a vineyard in the 1960s. The first campers set up camp between the vines…

For 50 years, the campsite has managed to highlight the natural environmental aspects of the site. It remains a wooded and flowery oasis of peace, a privileged setting in nature with direct access to the beach, for a fabulous eco-friendly holiday !

Traditional and ecological…

To offer you the best holiday possible in the Languedoc-Roussillon, a stay where nature, quality of life and where the comfort of campers are united, Camping*** Beauregard-Plage is committed to offering you a different type of holiday in Marseillan-Plage where the keywords are nature and a complete change of scenery.

Eco-friendly policy

  • The use of ecological products for the maintenance of the vegetation: natural fertilizers instead of chemicals;
  • Composting garden waste (when we cut the grass and the hedges…);
  • Selective waste sorting and recycling;
  • Energy-efficient LED lighting;
  • Sanitary facilities equipped with water saving devices and solar panels for hot water.

Diversified vegetation for a holiday close to nature!

All year round, the campsite takes particular care of plants, flowers and trees, by choosing typical Mediterranean species like rose-bays, tamaris, fig trees... Choosing plants and flowers adapted to the climate allows us to save water and they requires less maintenance.

Unspoiled fauna…

The campsite is ideally located near the Thau Lagoon and the natural reserve of Bagnas. This "lagoon" on 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

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