For your desire for nature and fresh air, let yourself be tempted by a stay in the fresh air at the camping in Vias.
A 3-star establishment particularly popular with families in Vias, the campsite welcomes you in a green setting conducive to relaxation.
It is also appreciated for the various activities it offers, but also for its leisure or relaxation facilities, including those that make up its aquatic area or for the comfort of its accommodation.
Vias is among the must-see destinations for discovering the Hérault. The coastal town has many places worth visiting, starting with its beaches. Bounded to the east by the mouth of the Hérault and to the west by the beaches of Portiragnes, the Vias coastline is conducive to quiet strolls with family or friends but also to numerous water sports activities. Stretching over five kilometres, it has a total of nine beaches, some of which are among the most popular in the region.
The other beaches to discover in Vias are the Trou de Ragout and the Petit Mousse. The beach Sainte-Geneviève as well as that of the Dune also attract many visitors.
During your stay in this seaside town in the Hérault, you will have plenty of time to enjoy the activities of your choice, with family or friends. The holidays will also be an opportunity to discover some of the region’s must-see places.
Thrill-seeker or simply keen to try a new experience? Do yourself a favour and give free rein to your desires. Sure, there are plenty of popular water sports to choose from, such as stand-up paddle, towed buoy, kayak or windsurfing. But jetskiing is guaranteed to be a memorable experience in the Mediterranean sunshine. If you’re tempted, get in touch with Playa Watersports, a water sports base based in Vias Plage. In addition to renting various sports equipment, including motorbikes with or without a licence, the company offers introductory sessions with a pilot for sea excursions. Whichever formula you choose, you are sure to experience intense emotions during this baptism.
Putting yourself in a situation that could not be more delicate, working as a team to solve enigmas, staying focused all the time to finish the tests in time… The escape room offers an experience that will also singularly mark your stay in the Hérault. Get in touch with Darkside Vias to enjoy this activity, especially with your family. The game consists of forming groups of 3 to 6 people, who take on roles and find themselves in a most perilous situation. The goal is to get out of the situation “unscathed” by solving different riddles within the time limit. If the escape room appeals to many families, it’s because this game is particularly immersive thanks to a setting and realistic sound effects but also to plots and twists that spice up the scenarios. To ensure that participants are completely at ease, the degree of difficulty is adapted according to their age.
Several places of interest in Vias can be discovered on foot or by bike. In particular, the town has a twenty or so mountain bike circuits that immerse visitors in different landscapes. While some routes run along the coastline, others allow you to explore the Canal du Midi or cross the vineyards, leading to neighbouring communes, notably Montagnac and Florensac.
If you plan to stay in Vias between April and September, you’ll have the chance to soak up the warm atmosphere for which the Place du 11 novembre, where the market is held every Wednesday and Saturday morning, is famous. During the other periods of the year, the traditional market welcomes the public there only on Saturdays. Holidaymakers who come in July and August enjoy the good atmosphere of the town’s night market and the diversity of its stalls. You can find everything from jewellery to accessories, clothes, local sweet or savoury products…
The sea and the volcanoes are among the places that visitors wouldn’t miss for anything. The same goes for the wineries, a must for any self-respecting southern destination. Take advantage of your wine getaway to appreciate the beauty of landscapes sublimated by vineyards as far as the eye can see and of course to taste the best vintages. Several domains are unavoidable on the wine route in this part of France, including Bosc, Preignes le Neuf, Preignes le Vieux, Médeilhan or Saint-Pierre.