campsite Le Petit Mousse, Languedoc-Roussillon
This campsite is situated directly on the beautiful, sandy beaches of the Mediterranean sea. Le Petit Mousse has a fantastic swimming pool complex with bridges,rocks and waterslides. You’ll take to Camping Le Petit Mousse like a fish to water. Enjoy the buzz of the beach, paddle on the shore, and admire sunrise and sunset over the deep blue yonder.
The campsite leisure pool is splendid: it has a Californian pool, a plunge pool and water slides that are fun for all ages. If you have a yearning for the beach despite the attractions of the leisure pool, this campsite has direct access to a beautiful beach, one with fine sand.
The on-site entertainment team is all set to get your children having fun with a range of activities, and there’s an open-air playground on site, too. While the children are off having a whale of a time at kids’ club or the playground, then, you can get stuck into a range of sports on offer at Camping Le Petit Mousse, including volleyball, football and boules. Once you’ve got as much as you want to out of your day, it’s time to treat yourself to a more restful evening entertainment programme, which could include shows, karaoke or bingo.
It’s hassle-free to go online at Camping Le Petit Mousse, too: there’s an internet terminal and you can purchase access to the campsite WiFi. Do try the restaurant or snack bar while staying here — you won’t be disappointed! For the times when you’d rather eat in your tent or caravan, you can order takeaways at this campsite in France.
The Languedoc is a lovely region on the southern coast of France, rich with history and natural beauty. The area takes its name from the language of the Occidentals, which was spoken by the inhabitants along this coast from Nice right down to Barcelona in Spain. The area still has bilingual signs for towns and villages. The part around Béziers has many beaches that are popular with the many tourists who want to soak up the sun.
You could progress down the Canal du Midi on a narrowboat, or visit the particularly beautiful Benedictine abbey at Saint-Guilhem-du-Désert. Adventure lovers simply have to visit Parc Aventure. Further inland the rolling vineyards make way for a more rugged mountainous landscape, such as the Monts de l'Espinousse and the valley of the Orb River. Narbonne is a short drive away, as is the medieval walled city of Carcassonne. Don't forget to visit the picturesque Sète, on the Bassin de Thau, it's well-known for its many seafood restaurants and friendly terraces. A gondola race is held here each year.
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