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The camping Les Cigales in Vias welcomes you near the Mediterranean, more precisely in Vias, about twenty minutes from Valras.
The 3-star establishment offers several activities for young and old and is appreciated for the quality of its services and facilities.
It also counts among its assets the comfort of its accommodation.
Valras is quite simply the one of the most beautiful destinations on the Mediterranean coast. Every year it attracts many families, but also couples and groups of friends who come to enjoy its mild climate.
It also attracts those who spend their holidays in the two nearby family resorts, Sérignan and Portiragnes.
Holidaymakers also take advantage of their stay to discover other destinations such as Vias, Béziers or Agde. Some families even push their escapade to Sète or Montpellier.
The beaches and the historic monuments are the places not to be missed when visiting this coastal town in the Hérault. If you come with children, think also of pleasing them by taking them to one of the water parks of the city. Many other activities await you in and around Valras, such as these excursions during which visitors explore various natural areas and learn more about the historical and cultural heritage of Languedoc-Roussillon.
Several sandy beaches await you in Valras, including one that borders the town centre and others that form a developed coastline for tourism. The city’s beaches have various practical facilities. In addition, they are regularly maintained and are close to many amenities.
Indulge yourself during your next holiday in the Hérault. In Valras but also in the neighbouring family resorts, you will have the chance to discover various natural spaces more or less wild, which invite you to relax and get away from it all. Take the time to discover the protected site les Orpellières during which you will find, for example, the most beautiful dunes on the Mediterranean coast. In addition to this dune cordon, which extends over 2.5 km, the site also includes a stretch of salt meadows.
It’s about a forty-minute drive to reach the Sigean African Reserve. Several thousands of wild animals – chimpanzees, lions, turtles, elephants… – live in semi-liberty in this 300-hectare estate. Perfect for a romantic getaway as well as a family or friend getaway, the park arouses curiosity and even fascination in many visitors. It is possible to explore the park by car, along the road that runs for several kilometres through it. Visitors can also explore the reserve on foot, except in the area reserved for lions.
The Aquajet park also appeals to many families and groups of friends. Located in Narbonne, a 35-minute drive from Valras, the estate features areas set up for picnics and gourmet breaks. It also has several leisure facilities that will delight children, including slides, trampolines, playgrounds, inflatable structures…
Numerous water activities go down a storm in this southern seaside destination. The jetski trips are one of them, delighting thrill-seekers. These adventurous and adrenaline-filled escapades are offered by Jet Evasion, among others.
The land-based mechanical sports are not left out. Fans can enjoy the Sunkarting circuit, a 25,000 m2 complex with, among other things, a 600 m long and 6.5 m wide track.
20 karts are available to enthusiasts. The “little” cars all have a speed timing system but also a remote slowing system and a safety mechanism.
Karting is a popular activity for many families and can be enjoyed from a young age. Sunkarting offers mini karts for 7-11 year olds and mini quads for 4-6 year olds.
Gentle gymnastics, step and other weight training are part of these outdoor activities that appeal to many holidaymakers in Valras. Enthusiasts and beginners alike can do this on the Oasis beach. The same beach is also the setting for evening salsa and zumba classes.
Holidaymakers also take the time to discover or get to know the local traditions. In particular, many stroll the aisles of the traditional markets with their shimmering colours and exquisite flavours.
There are several places that invite adventure and exploration in and around Valras. Among the must-sees are the beaches that form its coastline, which stretches from the mouth of the Aude to that of the Orb. The walk along the coastline appeals to both Valras and Béziers residents.
The exploration of Valras and other major sites in the town can also be done by bicycle. The town has many cycle paths, some of which lead to the Canal du Midi. The same greenway also allows you to explore the natural areas of Béziers, Portiragnes Plage and Sérignan Plage.