- Swimming Pool with separate children’s section
- Fun water slides
- Bar (01/06 to 15/09)
- Take Away (01/06 to 15/09)
- Pizzeria (01/06 to 15/09)
- Bakery (01/06 to 15/09)
- Weekly Live DJ and dancing (01/07 to 31/08)
- Children’s Play Area
- Kids Club (site run) (01/07 to 31/08)
- Table Tennis
- Volley ball
- Aqua Aerobics (01/07 to 31/08)
- Washing Machines (payable locally)
- Wi-Fi zones (payable locally)
- Hair dresser
- sandy beach – 500m
- Horse riding/pony trekking – 100m
- go karts – 800m
- water sports – 500m
- Argeles Plage – 500m (with bouncy castle and trampoline)
- Aqua land – 5km
The Languedoc is a well guarded secret by the French. They’re keeping quiet about the sandy, generous beaches, the charismatic medieval towns, the vast fields of fragrant lilac lavender and the fiery wild white horses of the Camargue.
With its clear blue skies, golden sandy beaches and warm crystal clear waters Languedoc is a very popular holiday destination for both sun worshippers and watersports enthusiasts.
The newer stylish resorts on the coast such as Cape d’Agde have become some of the most favoured of the French tourist havens.
Travel back in time as you move inland and visit the rural towns and pretty villages. Vineyards flourish in Languedoc with Béziers being the wine producing capital of the region.
Places to visit
Gorges de Lavall – 6 miles
For some non-beach activity, take a hike along these mountain paths and be awed by the scenery and views.
Le Racou – 4 miles
This sleepy fisherman’s village has a glorious silky soft beach, where you might be lucky enough to spot one of it’s regular visitors: a dolphin.
Port Argelès – 3 miles
This modern marina has endless cafés and restaurants and some good shopping as well.
Argelès-Sur-Mer – 2 miles
Relax in one of the sunniest spots in France, close to the Spanish border. Or for some evening entertainment put on your glad rags and enjoy the buzzing nightlife.
Collioure – 7 miles
Enjoy an espresso or some more-ish ice-cream in one of the many cafés that line this picturesque fishing port. Many local artists hang out here and perhaps your children will be inspired to produce their own masterpiece.
Banyuls – 15 miles
Visit the local ‘caves’ (wine cellars) to sample the delicious sherry-style aperitif named after the village. Whilst at Banyuls, go a little further and you’ll be in Spain – it’s just 40 minutes from the parc.
Castelnou – 15 miles
Quaint 10th century medieval village set in Pyreneen hillside.
Gorges de La Fou – 25 miles
One of the great spectacles of the eastern Pyrenees – 1500m of metal walkway between 200m high walls. Do you dare?
All distances quoted are approximate