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Camping les Peupliers in Occitania in Colombiers, cultural walks to discover the various tourist places open all year


Camping Les Peupliers is located in the town of Colombiers.
Located between sea and hinterland, everyone will find its pleasure to walk.


Administrative region of southern France, on the Mediterranean front, Occitania.
It corresponds in part to the former provinces of Languedoc-Roussillon and Midi-Pyrénées.

The climate, of the Mediterranean type, is characterized by an exceptional sunshine.
The holidays in Occitania, land of gastronomy, in the south of France, savor with family or friends.
You will find here some ideas of places of interest to see within a radius of 70 km, we can not present the entire sites but made an exhaustive list by themes.

We wish you nice discoveries and pleasant visits !!!

Located in the plain Hérault, view of the Cathedral of Béziers from the old bridge, Béziers is the second city of the department of Hérault.
Dynamic city of 75 000 inhabitants with strong tourist potential due to its climate, the proximity of the beaches and the richness of its heritage.
Béziers enjoys an exceptional geographical situation between the Mediterranean Sea and the Haut Languedoc Mountains.
The highlights of the tourism are the Cathedral Saint-Nazaire, the alleys Paul Riquet, the theater, the plateau of the poets, the arenas and the halls ....
Discover Béziers in a fun way taking advantage of the presence of the little train
The Canal du Midi: (300 meters from the campsite)
The Canal du Midi: (300 meters from the campsite)
Stop by the Canal du Midi, listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, and its remarkable 9 Ecluses de Fonseranes, a work by Biterrois Pierre-Paul Riquet
(1604-1680), the Canal du Midi, classified since 1996 as a World Heritage Site, connects the Garonne to the Etang de Thau.
Its construction lasted 14 years, from 1667 to 1681, and 15,000 workers were employed on the immense construction site: 245 km in length, 64 locks, 126 bridges including 7 canal bridges.
The Tunnel of the Malpas
The Tunnel of the Malpas
One of the major works of the Canal du Midi, and the first tunnel in the world dug for a canal.
It is 173 meters long, 6 meters wide and 8.50 meters high. It has 30 arches supporting a continuous vault along its entire length.
A pedestrian way crosses it on the left bank.
Less than one kilometer from the Malpas, you can discover the Opidum of Enseunes archaeological site of a Gallic village among the most important of the Mediterranean Midi.
From the oppidum, a breathtaking view will be offered to you on the drained pond of Montady, true sun cultivated since the XIII ° century.
The Massif of the Clape
The Massif of the Clape
Its typical landscape consists of a succession of rocky plateaus separated by narrow ravines, where low scrubland dominates.
Facing the sea, vast pine forests, mainly made up of Aleppo pines, have taken root.
With its remarkable flora and fauna, the massif is home to the corymbosa centaury commonly known as the “Centaurée de la Clape“, which is an endemic plant.
To the north-west the holm-oaks and the pubescent oaks mingle with the pine-trees.
Between the Cevennes and Montagne Noire, the city of Minerve rises on a rocky outcrop which dominates the gorges of the Cesse and Brian.
The natural bridges of the Cesse valley make it an exceptional geological site. Beautiful villages to visit like Siran, Azillanet, La Caunette, Olonzac ... and the Lake of Jouarres.
Not to forget to stop at The curiosity of L'Auriol (Lauriole) “the road that goes up and down“
Pézenas, City of Art since 1950, is registered since 2002 in the heart of the Country of Art and History, cobbled alleys, towers, mullioned windows, staples, juiverie, Collegial, consular house, mansions illustrate the architectural richness of the City, former capital of the states of Languedoc, Whose places are marked by the memory of Moliere, his governors Montmorency and Conti, which earned him the nickname “Petit Versailles du Languedoc“.
Going to the conquest of the quays of Sète, looking up towards the buildings that border the canals, it is all the past of the city that is offered to you.
Sète has a living marine heritage, commercial and cruise ports, a fishing port in the heart of the city, a fish auction fueled by a fleet of trawlers and tuna boats.
Witness to its maritime history, you will also discover its fishermen's quarters, calalan boats along the canals, Fort St Pierre now become the theater of the sea, the museum of the sea, the great pardon of St. Peter .. .
Narbonne, Narbona in Occitan, is a French commune located in the department of Aude, Occitania region.
The commune is crossed by the Canal de la Robine. Small Narbonnais treasures, Fontfroide Abbey, St Just and St Pasteur Cathedral, the Merchant's Bridge and finally the market halls ...
Medieval city of Carcassonne (70kms)
Medieval city of Carcassonne (70kms)
Carcassonne is a wonderful city with a rich cultural and religious heritage with the Medieval City.
Located on the right bank of the Aude, the city still inhabited, has 52 towers and two concentric enclosures which total 3 km of ramparts.
Accessible by day or by night, by the Porte Narbonnaise and the Porte d'Aude, much of the medieval city can be visited freely.

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