Les Sablons

Les Sablons Campsite

Les Sablons is the perfect campsite for those looking for the perfect holiday location near to a wonderful beach on the south coast of France.

With direct access to a wonderfully large, sandy, gently shelving beach perfect for families of all ages, Les Sablons is a great place for a family holiday.

Why we recommend booking Les Sablons campsite:

Fly or drive holiday.
Direct access to wonderful beach
Warm climate and sea.
Lots of great places to visit nearby.
Great range of activities and facilities on site.

Les Sablons offers a great range of activities and facilities including football, basketball, a gym, archery and a great swimming pool complex.

The pool complex is stunning with 4 swimming pools, a jacuzzi and a selection of water slides which should keep most members of the family busy.

Evenings at Les Sablons are also well catered for, with a variety of evening entertainment in high season and for those evenings when you don’t have the energy or enthusiasm to cook you can relax in the campsites restaurant or take a meal back to your accommodation from the take away.

If you’d like to leave the campsite and find out more about the local area, why not take a trip to Cap d’Agde. A short drive away Cap d’Agde boasts a variety of attractions including L’aquarium du Cap d’Agde and Aqualand waterpark.

Les Sablons

Les Sablons campsite information:

  • Opening dates: 01/04/2017 – 23/09/2017
  • Campsite size: Large
  • Number of pitches: 807 pitches each around 80-100m2
  • Children’s clubs: Eurocamp and on-site run children’s activities
  • Nearest beach: Direct Access
  • Nearest river: 5km
  • Nearest lake: N/A
  • Dogs allowed: Yes in certain accommodation types

Getting to Les Sablons

Getting to Les Sablons:

  • Zeebrugge: 1066km
  • Caen Ouistreham: 952km
  • Calais: 1067km
  • Dieppe: 941km
  • Le Havre: 944km
  • Oostende: 1068km
  • St Malo: 906km
  • Roscoff: 1079km
  • Santander: 722km
  • Bilbao: 627km

Activities at Les Sablons

On-site activities at Les Sablons include:

Four swimming pools with water slides, jacuzzi, table tennis, basketball, football, tennis, beach volleyball, archery, cycle hire, gym, boules and three playgrounds.

Please note that some activities may be chargeable.

Facilities at Les Sablons

On-site facilities at Les Sablons include:

WiFi, restaurant, snack bar, take away, bar, mini market, supermarket, newsagent, bakery, family disco, children’s disco, games room, tv room, washers, dryers, baby changing facilities and baby baths.

Booking this Les Sablons…

Booking Les Sablons is quick and easy with Go Camp France.

The campsite can be booked through a number of our featured companies including Eurocamp. You can find out more about each of the companies by clicking on the relevant link above or if you’d like to find out what each company can offer you for Les Sablons then please use the relevant button below.

Have a wonderful time…safe in the knowledge that you’re booking with reputable companies and don’t forget to join our mailing list and download our camping app for year-round offers.

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Days out and sightseeing

Whilst staying at Les Sablons campsite why not find out what the local area has to offer. Exploring nearby towns and places of interest is a great way of making the most of your holiday in France.

Read on to find out more about some of the great things you can enjoy nearby!

Beziers

Beziers is located around 16km to the northwest of Les Sablons campsite and is a wonderful place to visit. The city is recognised as one of the oldest in France, dating back to around 575BC and as such boasts a whole range of historic buildings and monuments.
Beziers today, lies at the centre of this wonderful wine producing region and the city is famous for both it’s wine and the Beziers Feria. The Beziers Feria is held in August each year and is one of the largest summer events throughout the whole region. Around a million people travel to the city during the week long event where you can see bullfighting and sample a variety of local food, music and culture.
Those looking for a little history should wander the streets of the city where you’ll be able discover a variety of architecture. The Cathedrale St Nazaire lies on top of the hill and dates back to the 13th and 14th centuries. The cathedral is built on the site of it’s predecessor which was burnt down in 1209 with the cities 20,000 inhabitants still inside.
The cathedrals tower provides a great viewpoint of the surrounding area and the Musee du Vieux-Biterrois et du Vin displays a great range of artefacts ranging from Greek artefacts to wine presses.

Agde

Agde is similar to Beziers in that it’s one of the oldest villages in France dating back to around 575BC. Located around 14km to the east of Les Sablons campsite, Agde is made up of two main parts being Agde and the beach resort part of the village being Cap d’Agde. The main attraction at Agde is it’s 12th Century cathedral and although there are few other attractions, a walk through the streets will uncover a variety of lovely looking buildings, shops, cafes and restaurants.
Cap d’Agde’s main attraction is of course the beach. The resort is well known for it’s naturist section where cameras and of course clothing is banned.
You’ll also find Aqualand and the Aqaurium at Cap d’Agde which are both worthwhile visiting.

Montpellier

Although Montpellier lies 69km to the northeast of Les Sablons campsite, we think it’s well worth visiting. This wonderful city is home to one of the oldest universities in the world having been founded in approximately 1160. The presence of a fantastic university ensures that the city remains lively and vibrant with a great range of facilities. The city is the third largest city on the mediterranean coastline and boasts a great range of places to see and things to do. The main attractions in Montpellier are the aquarium, the Place de la Comedie, the Promenade du Peyrou, the Jardin des plants de Montpellier (which is the oldest botanical gardens in France having been constructed in 1593), the 14th Century Saint Pierre Cathedral and the Tour Des Pins which are the remaining 25 towers which formed part of the cities fortifications in the 13th Century. Apart from all the history and culture, many people love Montpellier for it’s multitude of restaurants and cafes, where you’re able to just sit back, relax and watch the world go by.

Aqualand Cap d’Agde

There are a variety of Aqualand Parks throughout France and the one at Cap d’Agde is located just 18km to the east of Les Sablons campsite.
This wonderful water park makes for a great day out for children and adults of all ages and although not cheap you’re guaranteed to have a lot of fun.
The slides, chutes and rides are great with a wonderful variety available. Please note that Aqualand water parks are extremely good and as such they are very popular attractions which means that it can become busy at certain types of the year. You will find queues within the park although to save yourself having to queue to enter the park we recommend you purchase the tickets the day before.

Wherever you decide to explore whilst camping at Les Sablons campsite we hope you have a wonderful time. To get directions to any of the places mentioned above download and use our Free Camping France App!

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