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 variety of medieval villages such as Carcassonne or Minerve scattered throughtout the area.
The coast offers a great choice of beaches from Gruissan located in a natural park, Narbonne plage, Vendres-plage, Valras and Cap d'Agde. On the inland, you can go hiking to the Mourèze circus, stroll around the lake of Salagou or go boating on the Canal du midi. Béziers surroundings offer a multitude of choice of ‘A la carte’ holidays: Relaxing holidays at the beach, sports holidays in the hinterland or at the sea, history vacation visiting Carcassonne as well as the Cathar castles.
You'll also every opportunity to travel around he region and taste our wines and visit the cellars of renowned wines as the saint Chinian, or Corbieres wines...
You have a GPS :
- GPS coordinates 43°13'51.1"N 3°15'10.1"E
- Address: Chemin des Montilles, 34350 Vendres Plage
Coming from the A9 motorway :
Take exit 36 towards Castre / Mazamet. Continue on 10 km towards Vendres Plage (12 minutes) and turn left onto the Montilles lane.
You have reached the Sandaya campsite Les Vagues
We wish you a nice holiday and a pleasant stay with us.
Coming by train :
You can get to the campsite by bus (see BusTab)
You can also take a taxi which will take you directly to the campsite. The taxi ride is approximately 35 minutes (depending on traffic). Costs is around 45€.
Flying to Béziers Cap d'Agde Airport :
If you arrive at Béziers Cap d'Agde airport you can take a taxi which will drop you off directly at the campsite. Taxis are outside the airport.
Taxi ride from the airport ride is around 35 minutes (depending on traffic) and costs about 45 euros.
Here are the numbers of the three most important Taxi companies in the city of Béziers :
Taxi radio de Béziers : 04 67 35 00 85
Taxi la Domitienne : 04 67 30 38 04
Taxi l’Oliveraie : 04 67 09 44 76
The city of Carcassonne, on the right bank of the Aude has been declared World Heritage by UNESCO. Its size and its state of conservation makes this is a unique medieval ensemble in Europe. The city is surrounded by two rows of walls and has a castle, the Count's castle, and the Basilica of Saint-Nazaire.
Fair de BéziersFair de Béziers
The fair de Béziers, held in August, is the largest summer event in Languedoc-Roussillon with nearly one million visitors every year. The heart of the Feria, is the bullring and its prestigious bullfights. And at the end, a big party starts in the center of the city where the bodegas, casitas, and the renowned Equestrian Village, hosts the party tuned by different styles of music.
Discover the architecture fashioned in the anthracite volcanic rock, narrow alleys, houses and mansions of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. After a Greek and medieval past, Agde invites to a historical journey into the heart of the city. The oldest parts dates from the fifth century BC.
The Midi CanalThe Midi Canal
Stroll to the rhythm of the water, taste our local products on a barge moving under the poplars that line the canal. The classification as a World Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO December 7, 1996 has given a soul to one of the oldest canals still operating, now entirely dedicated to tourism.
Visit of wineriesVisit of wineries
On a generous land bading in the sun, is one of the finest wineries in Languedoc. An invitation to discover a land of a thousand scents. Meet with the welcoming winemakers of the Cave of Saint-Chinian that unite their expertise and produce wines recognized worldwide.
Cathar CastlesCathar Castles
Take some time to come and visit the Cathar fortresses built on rocky peaks. These rides captivate as much by force of their history as for the beauty of their landscapes.