- South of Montpellier, 15 minutes from Carnon and Palavas
- Between Sète and La Grande-Motte
- Next to the Méjean natural site
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Lattes and the Hérault as a whole has a rich and varied natural, cultural and historical heritage. Departing from Camping The Park, in less than an hour by car, many emblematic sites are accessible. The opportunity to fill up on discoveries throughout your vacation.
Discover the charter Heritage Discovery.
In Montpellier, don't miss the triumphal arch, the medieval mikvah, Flaugergues castle, Saint-Pierre cathedral or the Saint-Clément aqueduct.
In Sète, heritage and traditions mingle to the delight of visitors. The canals and quays, the lagoon and the beaches are impregnated with the sweet scents of the Mediterranean.
At the entrance to the Gorges du Verdus and the Cirque de l'Infernet, this village and its magnificent Romanesque church are an important stopover on the way to Compostela.
Extend your journey to the department of Gard, where ancient Nîmes will reveal its prestigious arenas to you.
Lattara archaeological site
In Lattes, this archaeological site testifies to the prestigious past of the port of Lattara in the Lez delta. Here the Etruscans, Greeks, Iberians, Romans and Gauls traded during antiquity and contributed to the development of the territory.
The Canal du Midi
It is one of the emblems of Occitania. The Canal du Midi was built under Louis XIV, thanks to the architectural genius of Pierre-Paul Riquet and his collaborators. It makes the link between the Mediterranean and Toulouse, where it connects to the side channel of the Garonne to form the Canal des Deux Mers.
Unmissable natural sites
- The ponds of Vic and Méjean
A few minutes from Camping The Park, take the time to admire the landscapes and observe the local fauna and flora of the ponds. The pink flamingos are the masters of the place.
- The Haut Languedoc Regional Natural Park
On the foothills of the Massif Central, this natural park is a balcony over the sea with exceptional landscape diversity.
- The Vis waterfall
To the south of the Causses, the Vis waterfall amazes visitors. It is undoubtedly the most beautiful of this territory.
- Pic Saint-Loup
Called the mountain of Montpellier, the Pic Saint-Loup sits proudly in the landscape. It is an ideal hiking spot.
The Etang de Thau is the Mediterranean capital of oyster culture. Here the traditions and the land offer the best to visitors dazzled by the beauty of the place. This space, classified as a protected area, is home to birds and sea bream, but is also home to the largest population of seahorses in the Mediterranean.
End your journey in the south of France with a detour to the Camargue. Saintes-Maries-de-la-mer is indeed very close. The hamlet of Salin de Giraud, the Gacholle lighthouse and the Camargue national reserve will leave you speechless.