Beau Rivage lies at the entrance to the pretty village of Mèze, on the shores of the Thau Basin that flows into the Mediterranean via the Canal Royal of Sète. In a typical southern atmosphere, come and sample the pleasures of relaxing in the heart of nature. The Thau is well-known for its seafood, but also attracts water sport lovers. Activities include swimming, surfing, fishing and kite surfing. This campsite is partner with a local diving school for diving courses and exploratory dives. You are invited to visit colourful markets, festivities, folklore and Languedoc-style jousting.
Mèze • train station 20 km • bus station 30 km • airport 30 km
pets allowed, max. 1, sauf animaux de catégories 1 et 2, en laisse, avec carnet de vaccination obligatoire, douches pour chiens (13/4-21/9)
tourist tax (13/4-21/9) (>13 years old) 0.4 pers./jour en EUROS
motorhome service point
Wi-Fi full coverage • laundrette • communal barbecue area • Chemist • Doctor • Post Office • Bank • cash dispenser • Petrol station
toilets for the disabled • baby-changing area
supermarket 200 m • bread store 300 m
restaurant 500 m • gourmet restaurant with regional cuisine 500 m • snack bar (1/7-31/8) • bar (1/7-31/8) • breakfast service (1/7-31/8) (EC)
outdoor children's pool 35 m²
outdoor swimming pool 160 m²
aquafit (1/7-30/8) • weight training & cardio equipment (13/4-21/9) • sports pitch • boules pitch • table tennis
salt water spa 10 km (EC) • thermal baths 10 km (EC) • sailing boats 1 km • motor boats 1 km • canoe 1 km • kayak 1 km • windsurfing school 1 km (EC) • windsurf hire 1 km (EC) • kite surf 1 km (EC) • deep-sea diving course 17 km (EC) • tree climbing circuit 9 km (EC) • golf course 40 km (18 trous) (EC) • horse riding school 3 km (EC)
A9: exit n° 33 (Sète). Head towards Poussan, Bouzigues, Mèze via the D613 for 5 km. Before the roundabout at the entrance to Mèze, turn left (on the lakes side). A75/E11: exit n° 59, then direction Pézenas, Sète, Montagnac, Mèze. Leaving Mèze, take the roundabout on your right. • GPS l:E03°36'37" L:N43°25'49"
Nearby tourist sites of interest
Sète 20 km • Montpellier 30 km • Saint Guilhem le Désert 50 km
Famous yearly events nearby
Thau festival in Mèze 0.8 km • Mèze feast 0.8 km • Saint Louis feast in Sète 20 km
Local food specialities
stuffed mussels • Bouzigues oysters • Tielles sétoises
Nearby hiking/biking trails
Antic villa in Loupian 3 km • Thau pond museum in Bouzigues 6 km • Valmagne abbey in Villeveyrac 6 km
To the east of this massif, between the mountains and the sea, you are invited to explore the rocky inlets and tiny fishing ports of the Vermeille Coast nestling between Collioure and the Spanish border. Travelling back up the coast discover the well known broad sandy beaches, such as la Grande Motte, Cap d'Agde and Canet Plage. Close by you may explore the charming historic centres of Arles and Nîmes, with their impressive Roman remains, the port of Sète, as well as the medieval sites of Carcassonne and St. Guilhem le Désert.
A colourful palette of azure skies, green vineyards and the clear blue of the sea.
A colourful fishing port set between the scents of the sea and the mediterranean flora.
St Guilhem le Désert
A lovely village nestling in the heart of an exceptional rocky setting.
Sigean African Reserve
Splendid home to over 3800 animals.
Medieval city of Carcassonne and Cathar castles
Numerous marked footpaths amongst exceptionally stunning flora and fauna.
On the Canal du Midi, linking the Mediterranean to the Atlantic.
Wind surfing, water skiing, sailing, etc.
Wines of the Languedoc
Perhaps they cannot compete with the grands crus of Bordeaux or Burgundy, but are nevertheless very pleasant - Corbières, Minervois, Banyuls, etc.
The speciality of Pézenas, near Beziers, is these small pies filled with roast pork.
A speciality from Sète; a round pastry stuffed with a mixture of octopus and tomatoes.
deposit 150.00€ • cleaning deposit 80.00€ • pets allowed (EC) • baby cot (EC) • baby chair (EC) • fabric bed linen (EC)