Lattes, the ideal holiday destination!
Grab your swimsuit and head for one of our campsites in the Hérault! Take your time to explore Lattes, a town dating back to ancient times with its well-known archaeological site, Lattara. Midway between Montpellier and the coast, this is a great place to stay close to the beaches. Retrace the town’s age-old history, explore its nature reserve or enjoy the walking trails along the banks of the River Lez. You’ll be surprised by just how much Lattes has to offer!
Between your beach trips and visits around town, unwind at your campsite near Lattes. At a Sandaya campsite, you can choose from a lodge tent, fully equipped cottage or camping pitch beneath the trees! While the children enjoy the pools and waterslides in the water park, relax in the glorious sunshine on our restaurant’s terrace. Keen to keep moving this summer? Then check out our activities such as pétanque, aquagym and a football tournament! Put together your own bespoke holiday at your Sandaya campsite!
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Visit Lattes with the family
How about getting back to nature just a stone’s throw from the Mediterranean beaches? Lattes is not far from Palavas-les-Flots and Carnon and is the ideal getaway. Come to Lattes on the edge of Méjean Lake and explore its nature reserve where storks, flamingos and coypus live side by side. Take a break with the family at one of the picnic spots and make the most of this haven of peace!
Lattes is just minutes away from the long beaches of the Herault coast. From Palavas to Le Grau-du-Roi in Petite Camargue, you’ll be spoilt for choice! When evening falls, it’s time for merry-go-rounds and candy floss at one of the funfairs that set up here for summer!
Visit Lattes as a couple
Come to Lattes for a romantic getaway, starting with a visit of the Henri Prades Museum, part of the renowned Lattara archaeological site. Journey through 2,000 years of history back to 600 years BC and the foundation of the port of Lattes, a major trading centre for the peoples of the Mediterranean. Who would have thought that Lattes had so many stories to tell?
The port of Lattes has changed a lot since ancient times and it is definitely worth a visit – head for Port Ariane and its extraordinary, colourful architecture. As the sun goes down, experience the magic on one of our restaurant terraces. They all offer a selection of seafood specialities served with the best wines from the Languedoc-Roussillon!
Camping Lattes: our handy tips for a successful stay
On Sunday morning, make your way to Place Jacques d’Aragon for Lattes big market, one of the most popular in the region.
Or if you enjoy a bike ride, hit the cycle paths along the banks of the River Lez in Lattes and keep going until you reach the Mediterranean!
Choose from one of the four paths through the protected Méjean nature reserve and keep your eyes wide open!
Did you know? To get to Lattes without a car, take Tram #3 which also serves Montpellier and the beaches!