Near our campsite near the beach in Marseillan, is the Cap d'Agde. We advise you that too few to visit this Greek city which will surprise you with the beauty of its monuments, its museums and its natural spaces: the Fort of Brescou, the Museum of the Ephèbe and of underwater archeology, the reserve natural Bagnas and the aquarium. Cap d'Agde is known for its naturist beaches and for its kilometers of fine sand beaches.
Direct access to the sea
The city of Marseillan
Camping Beauséjour is ideally located in the region and meets all your needs, whether you want to rest at the campsite or explore the region. For relaxation, go to the fine sandy beach, for discovery, stroll on the port of Marseillan and for sensations, walk along the coast and rent a jet-ski, a towed buoy or a boat. On Marseillan beach, you can also go fishing after dark.
Our campsite is located very close to a mini-market, a tobacco press, a bakery, restaurants, bars and shops.
Miles of beach Cap-d'Agde
Between Toulouse and the Mediterranean Sea The Canal du Midi
Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Canal du Midi begins in Toulouse and flows into the Mediterranean Sea, passing through Marseillan. During a cruise or a boat trip, you may have the opportunity to navigate the famous Canal du Midi. Beautiful walks and hikes to be done by bike or on foot pass close to the Canal.
Mediterranean capital of oyster farming The pond of Thau
With an area of 7,500 hectares, bordering the Mediterranean Sea, the Thau lagoon is considered to be a small inland sea. During a hike, you will enjoy discovering its rich and diverse flora and fauna. Many nautical activities can be on the program of your visits to the Thau lagoon. Make a passage through the village of Bouzigues, specializing in the cultivation of oysters and mussels.
Port city in the South of France Sète
Less than 15 kilometers from our campsite, discover what we call "the Venice of Languedoc", the city of Sète. During your visit to the city, we advise you to discover the marina and the jetty, the Môle Saint-Louis, the Georges Brassens space, the Mont Saint-Clair, the Pierres Blanches forest, the Paul Valéry Museum and the Notre-Dame-de-la-Salette Chapel.
A journey for your senses Gastronomy
It is on the market gardeners' stalls or around a table in a restaurant, that you will discover and taste the culinary specialties of the region. Our region is known for the quality of its oysters and its wine. From June to mid-September, a market is set up every day in Marseillan-Plage. Do not miss the one on Tuesday which is particularly large.
For further Walks in the land
Stroll further inland and discover superb hikes to do with family, friends or as a couple, with magnificent viewpoints. You may be lucky enough to go through Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert or Lac du Salagou, protected and classified, in order to preserve its geology and biodiversity.