Côte Méditerranée in Occitanie

Côte Méditerranée in Occitanie

Côte Méditerranée in Occitanie

Côte Méditerranée in Occitanie

Côte Méditerranée in Occitanie

Côte Méditerranée in Occitanie

Côte Méditerranée in Occitanie

Côte Méditerranée in Occitanie

Côte Méditerranée in Occitanie

Set sail for Occitanie's sea resorts in Camargue Gardoise, Languedoc, Cathar Country and Catalan Country. They will welcome you with open arms and bring you Fabulous Voyages to (re)visit the Mediterranean in all its glory: beautiful beaches, unspoilt fishing ports and villages, myriad things to do on land and sea. Enjoy an action-packed, relaxing, sporty or cultural summer here. Swim in clean water: Occitanie is the region with the most beaches and ports approved by Pavillon Bleu in France! Go home tanned and radiant with a head full of knowledge and a heart full of experiences.

Your holidays by sea

Méditerranée in Occitanie!

Gard – Camargue

Dive into the great outdoors in the Camargue Gardoise to the west of the Rhône

Land, sea and sky come together to form a unique setting in the South of France. This is the land of manades (ranches), black bulls, pink flamingos, horse rides among the lagoons and salt flats, bike rides and romantic sunsets on the wildest beach: Espiguette.

Must-visits: the fortified town of Aigues-Mortes, Salins du Midi salt marshes, Le Grau du Roi - Port Camargue.

The traditional fishing village has held onto its soul to become a buzzing sea resort with an international marina.

  • For further information, visit the Camargue iconic resort's website: 

Le grau du roi   Port Camargue

Hérault – Languedoc

Picture spending your summer chilling out, trying water sports and indulging your inner culture vulture on the Languedoc coast

Land in Montpellier before your adventure begins in La Grande Motte, stop in Carnon, Palavas-les-Flots, Thau Lagoon, Frontignan, Sète, Marseillan, Balaruc-les-Bains then explore the sea resorts of Cap d’Agde, Valras and Vendres before ending on a high in Béziers.

Welcome to Languedoc. Stretches of golden sand, beach huts and private beaches are yours for the taking as you learn about life as a fisherman, oyster farmer and winemaker, just to give your holidays a little extra flavour.

Soak up the local heritage with a trip to Montpellier, Sète and its canals, Béziers, the city of Agde and Pézenas.



Welcome to the windy kingdom where kitesurfing and seaside adventures reign supreme!

The beaches in the Aude department (La Franqui is said to be one of the best in France!) lie alongside Narbonnaise en Méditerranée Regional Nature Park. They're the perfect place to chill out, go water-skiing, birdwatching, hiking or cycling beneath the umbrella pines on the Massif de la Clape mountains.

Visit Narbonne then flit between Gruissan and Leucate: crystal-clear gulfs, sparkling lagoons, the hazelnut flavour of raw oysters, wineries... what a schedule!

Pyrénées-Orientales – Côte Vermeille

The Canigó (2785m altitude) watches over the sea resorts on the Côte Vermeille

Le Barcarès, Torreilles, Sainte-Marie-la-Mer, Canet-en-Roussillon, Saint-Cyprien, Argelès-sur-Mer, Collioure

In terms of seaside, beautiful sandy beaches make way for the Côte Vermeille's coves on Le Racou beach in Argelès-sur-Mer. In terms of mountains, the peaks are jam-packed with footpaths.

In terms of villages, you'll be dazzled by the age-old charm of Le Barcarès fishing port, leafy Saint-Cyprien, Collioure's radiant colours and the incredible biodiversity in nature sites such as  Canet-en-Roussillon Lagoon and Les Dosses park.


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Major sites in Sea

Great beaches: check. A wonderful holiday by the sea: check. And much else besides! On the mediterranean coast, extending from Camargue to the Spanish border, our cities and villages have been given the Occitanie Grand Sites label.

Collioure in Côte Vermeille


Collioure, H.ARGENCE - OT Collioure

La Grande Motte

La Grande Motte

La Grande Motte, Gérard Rey

Agde – Pézenas

Le Cap d'Agde

Le Cap d'Agde, Henri Comte

Narbonne Méditerranée

Un morceau de la Via Domitia

Un morceau de la Via Domitia, OT Narbonne / Lisa Debande

Your leisure activities on the mediterranean coast

In Occitanie

La Côte Vermeille

La côte vermeille © L.Lacombe / OT Argelès-sur-Mer

Holidays on the mediterranean coast

220 km of preserved coastline, stretching from the Gard Camargue to the Côte Vermeille: this is the sea in Occitania!

Fancy a sailing session?

The world of the sea in the Occitanie region also includes some great discovery offers from the Occitanie Sailing League. A must-see!

A cheval sur la plage diaporama

A cheval sur la plage diaporama, ©Richard Sprang - Ouvert au Public - CRTL Occitanie

Destination Languedoc-Camargue

Visit Languedoc-Camargue for the Mediterranean sea, protected nature sites and sunshine all year round!

How to come ?

On the Mediterranean coast in Occitanie

  • By car: A9 motorway.
  • By train: Montpellier, Nîmes, Béziers and Perpignan stations are served by french train (SNCF Connect). For example, Montpellier is 3 hours 15 minutes from Paris, and Nîmes 2 hours 50 minutes.
    The Occitanie coastline is also served by regional trains liO with the Occitanie Rail Tour: Camargue line, Mediterranean line, Côte Vermeille line.
  • By bus: LiO regional intercity bus lines (with €1 journeys) allow you to travel between towns, villages and tourist sites along the coast and inland.
  • By plane: arrive at Béziers and Perpignan airports.
  • By boat: arrive at the ports of Sète and Port-Vendres.

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