Serignan Plage is a very popular, large campsite which can be found on the south coast of France.
As a member of the Yelloh! chain of campsites, the range of activities and facilities at Serignan Plage and it’s location, as you would expect, are second to none.
Why we recommend booking Serignan Plage campsite:
Great range of activities and facilities.
Excellent pool complex.
Lovely sandy beach.
Lots of great attractions nearby.
Ideal site for families.
There are lots of reasons as to why Serignan Plage campsite is so popular with families but the main one is it’s direct access to what is possibly one of the best beaches in the whole region.
Long and covered in glorious, golden sand, the beach makes the perfect place for families to enjoy their holiday. Sit back and relax with a spot of sun bathing, take a dip in the warm Mediterranean waters, build sandcastles or just have bucket loads of fun, the choice is yours.
The second reason, as we’ve already mentioned is the superb range of facilities and activities on offer. There’s a great range of sporting activities and an excellent wellness and spa area, along with a superb pool complex which boasts 4 swimming pools with water slides.
On Site facilities at Serignan Plage include a number of bars and restaurants, a supermarket and even a bakery, butchers and fishmongers ensuring that you can enjoy the holiday you want allowing you to either cook your own food or take the hastle out of your holiday and get someone to cook it for you!
This wonderfully picturesque campsite provides you with everything you may need, ensuring you have the perfect family camping holiday in France.
- Opening dates: 30/04/2016 – 30/09/2016
- Campsite size: Large
- Number of pitches: 1150 pitches each around 80-100m2
- Children’s clubs: On-site run children’s activities
- Nearest beach: Direct Access
- Nearest river: 1km
- Nearest lake: N/A
- Dogs allowed: Yes in certain accommodation types
Getting to Serignan Plage
- Zeebrugge: 1068km
- Caen Ouistreham: 934km
- Calais: 1069km
- Dieppe: 902km
- Le Havre: 906km
- Oostende: 1070km
- St Malo: 960km
- Roscoff: 1083km
- Santander: 724km
- Bilbao: 634km
Activities at Serignan Plage
Four swimming pools with water slides, spa and wellness centre, table tennis, beach volleyball, football, tennis, gym, volleyball, cycle hire, boules and six playgrounds.
Please note that some activities may be chargeable.
Facilities at Serignan Plage
WiFi, restaurant, take away, pizzeria, creperie, bar, mini market, fishmongers, bakery, butchers, hairdresser, newsagent, children’s disco, animation team, games room, tv room, washers, dryers, baby changing facilities and baby baths.
Booking Serignan Plage…
Booking Serignan Plage is quick and easy with Go Camp France.
The campsite can be booked through a number of our featured companies including Al Fresco Holidays. 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 Serignan Plage then please use the relevant button below.
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Days out and sightseeing
Whilst staying at Serignan Plage 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 is the closest city to Serignan Plage campsite and is just 17km to the northwest. Beziers is a great place to visit as it dates back to approximately 575BC and is considered to be one of the oldest cities in the whole of France.
As you’d expect from a city of this age there are many historical buildings within it’s boundaries. The streets are filled with all sorts of architecture with one of the most popular sights being the Cathedrale St Nazaire which can found on top of the hill overlooking the city. The current cathedral was built in the 13th and 14th Centuries and replaced it’s predecessor which had a rather horrible end when it was raised to the ground with over 20,000 of the cities inhabitants held captive inside. The tower of the cathedral provides a great viewpoint of the city and it’s surrounding area.
Beziers also lies at the centre of this fantastic wine producing region and is the annual host of the famous Beziers Feria which is one of the largest festivals in the region which sees over a million people descend upon the city in August to see a variety of music, cultural events, food and bullfighting.
Europark can be found just 15km along the coast to the east of Serignan Plage campsite and is France’s largest fixed fair ground park.
Europark is open only during the evenings but it’s a great place to visit if you have older children that want to stay up a bit later and enjoy some quality fairground rides.
As well as the rides, Europark features a selection of food establishments including a large restaurant. There are a great variety of different rides and attractions all of which sit on an area of approximately 6 hectares. Younger children in the party will love the pony rides, go karts and train rides whilst the older more adventurous visitors will love the thrilling rides such as the roller coaster which is the largest of it’s type on the south coast of France, the ejection seat ride, river ride and many, many more.
Narbonne is a lovely city which can be found around 38km to the southwest of Serignan Plage campsite. The city was originally founded by the Roman Empire and was once the provincial capital of the whole region making it an exceedingly important city for trade. Unfortunately over time this changed as the prosperous harbour filled with silt and trade became more difficult meaning Narbonne became less important.
There is plenty to see in Narbonne including the unfinished Cathedral of Saint Just which is the third largest Gothic building in France. The archbishops palace is also worth a visit with parts of the palace dating back to the 13th and 14th Centuries and a variety of Roman antiquities being housed in it’s two museums. Although once a major Roman city, there is only one main building left in existence being the Roman Horreum which is a grain warehouse that was built underground. On the whole, Narbonne is a pleasant place to visit and a stroll through the streets and a visit to the famous indoor market are well worth while.
Cap d’Agde Aquarium
The Cap d’Agde Aquarium can be found just 26km to the east of Serignan Plage campsite and is well worth the visit if you have a few hours to spare. Inside you’ll find approximately 28 rock pools and aquariums where you’ll be able to discover all different types of sea creatures within their natural environment. This was the main principal behind the design of the aquarium and it is clear that they’ve succeeded in their aim.
Entry prices to the aquarium are very reasonable and you’ll be able to see a variety of fish and creatures such as octopi, sea horses, coral, jelly fish, venomous fish and of course sharks.
Wherever you decide to explore whilst camping at Serignan Plage 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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