Situated in the Gard, near Lozère and the Cévennes national park, the Mas de la Cam campsite is happy to welcome you in a remarkable natural setting. Book a pitch for your camper or caravan now, or a holiday cottage and enjoy an unforgettable holiday with your family, with friends or your loved one in the Occitanie countryside, a tranquil paradise in the Languedoc-Roussillon.
Things to do in Aigues-Mortes
Located in the Petite Camargue, on the Mediterranean, the town of Aigues-Mortes, with 8,400 residents has remarkable ramparts. Particularly well conserved and listed as world heritage by UNESCO, they are a lasting reminder of the area’s troubled history. To reach the heart of the city, pass through one of the monumental gates in the ramparts: porte des Cordeliers, porte Saint-Antoine, porte des Galions, porte de la Reine, porte de la Gardette, porte de l’Organeau. Take time to discover Notre-Dame-des-Sablons church, the Pénitents Gris and Pénitents Blancs chapels, and the Marine, Constance and Carbonnière towers.
Walk in the footsteps of Lou Drapé, the imaginary horse; and have a gourmet break to taste a delicious “fougasse” on Saint-Louis square. The Aigues-Mortes salt marsh is the only one of its kind in Europe, and an instructive site for learning about the production of salt. The village is home to many original museums, such as the ecomuseum, Maison Grand Site de France, and the Trains du Colorado, a fun, educational attraction where children can admire amazing steam trains.