Discover the Languedoc Roussillon region
Between land and sea, the Languedoc Roussillon region stretches from the Pyrenees massif to the heart of the Lozère. A lot of different medieval villages such as Saint Guilhem the desert or Aigues-Mortes scattered throughtout the area.
The coastline offers a very large choice of beaches from the grau du Roi, La grande motte, Palavas Les Flots or Sète and Cap d'Agde. Inland, you can go trekking in the Cevennes, visit the Gorges de la Vis go swimming in the Saint Laurent des Mines cascades. The area surrounding Montpellier offers a variety of on-demand holidays: Relaxing on the beach, sports holidays in the hinterland, cultural visits to museums, Nîmes and Pont du Gard historic sites.
The Hérault Department also boasts its own gastronomic region and art of living. You will at your leisure, wander the paths through the vineyards of the region enjoying the magnificent scenery, before stopping for a local wine tasting such as the Pic st Loup or FAUGÈRE.
Access to the campsite
You have a GPS :
- GPS coordinates 43°39'08.0"N 3°53'40.5"E
- Address: Avenue de Castelnau, 34830 Clapiers
Coming from the A9 motorway :
Take exit 28 Vendargues, continue towards Clapiers for 11.5 km (15 minutes) and turn right on avenue Georges Frêche (formerly Castelnau Road). You have reached the Sandaya camspite Plein Air des Chênes
Coming from A750 motorway :
Take the Celleneuve / Mosson / Grabels exit then continue for 10km (11 minutes) and turn right on avenue Georges Frêche (formerly Castelnau Road).
You have reached the Sandaya campsite Plein Air des Chênes
Coming by train to the Montpellier St Roch train station :
Take the tram line 2 to Notre Dame de Sablassou / Jacou. Get off at Charles de Gaulle stop (about 12 minutes from the train station). At this stop, you need to take an on-demand bus, which requires prior reservation at least 1 hour in advance. Reservation can be made with the Resa'Tam Service on 04 67 22 87 87. Specify that you want to book line 36 out of Charles de Gaulle to the Idate bus station. The whole trip from the train station is approximately 35 minute using the same ticket (valid one hour with transfers).
Flying to the Montpellier Méditerranée Airport :
Take the shuttle located outside Hall A to Place de l'Europe. There is a shuttle bus every hour from 9 am to 11 pm Then take the tram line 4 towards Place Albert 1 to the Corum stop. At this stop, change to tram line 2 to Notre Dame's Sablassou / Jacou. Get off at the Charles de Gaulle stop, then you need to take an on demand bus , which requires prior reservation at least 1 hour in advance. Reservation can be made with the Resa'Tam Service on 04 67 22 87 87. Specify that you want to book line 36 out of Charles de Gaulle to the Idate bus station. The whole trip is about 45 minutes from the airport with the same ticket (valid one hour with transfers).
Price Info :
A ticket costs €1.50 (price recorded on the 15/09/2015) on the TAM Network. The ticket is valid for one hour throughout the transport network.
The shuttle departing from the airport is operated by the Hérault transport network. A ticket costs €2.60 (price recorded on the 15/09/2015) on the TAM Network. It is valid for one hour and allows you to travel for free on Tram and Bus of the Montpellier transport network.
There is an extended taxi network in Montpellier You won’t have any difficulty catching one on arrival at the station or at the airport. There are several taxi companies for your to choose.
Here is some information for guidance :
Take a taxi from the Montpellier St Roch train station :
Ride takes between 25 to 35 minutes The fare is approximately 25 euros (depending on traffic).
From Montpellier Méditerranée Airport :
Ride takes between 30 to 40 minutes The fare is approximately 40 euros (depending on traffic).
For more information, you can contact one of the three largest taxi companies on one of the following numbers :
Taxi Bleu du Midi: 04 67 10 00 00
Taxi TRAM: 04 67 58 10 10
Les Taxis du Sud: 04 67 42 80 00
Saint Guilhem le désertSaint Guilhem le désert
The medieval village of Saint Guilhem le Desert is built next to impressive limestone cliffs. This is one of the most visited places of the Hérault. Discover numerous art craft shops meanwhile you enjoy history and architecture.
Clamouse caveClamouse cave
Internationally known for its exceptionally rich aragonite and calcite crystals. The Clamouse cave was classified in 2005 by the Ministry of Ecology, Energy and Sustainable Development as a "Scientific and picturesque site".
Canoeing on the HeraultCanoeing on the Herault
We suggest a descent of the Hérault river 12 Km. This part is very wild and preserved. From start to finish there are no roads, crossings or villages.
The beach of La Grande MotteThe beach of La Grande Motte
The beaches of La Grande Motte, a place full of activity in summer. Relax on our beaches , enjoy the various beach huts present all along. In the evening enjoy the entertainment, fireworks, and a large range of restaurants to taste the local specialties
The Pont du GardThe Pont du Gard
The Pont du Gard, Roman monument and World Heritage Site by UNESCO, is set in an exceptional natural setting where you can refresh yourself for lovers of river banks.
The city of Montpellier - Discover its medieval streets, the place of comedy and its many parks. Enjoy a coctail on one of the sunny terraces or a gourmet stop to taste the local cuisine, a mix between Mediterranean and Southwest.