Perched on a bluff above the River Orb within the beautiful Languedoc region of southern France, Béziers lies discretely between Narbonne (to the south) and Sète (to the north). It is an attractive Roman town, renowned for its summer Feria and wonderful wines. It’s also a short distance from Siblu’s campsites in Languedoc, the closest being La Carabasse, but holiday parks Les Sables du Midi and Le Lac des Rêves are also nearby, making any of the three a great base to explore this intriguing, quintessential town of the ‘Midi’ while getting a real insight into the Languedoc way of life.

 

Our parks nearby

For the ideal blend of nature escape and city break, check out Le Lac des Reves. Its location, overlooking Lac Perol nature reserve and less than 30 minutes’ drive from Montpellier, means it combines the best of both worlds.

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View over Lac Perol
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Great Slides
BMX track
BMX Track on-site
Vias Plage

If you’re looking for an action-packed break then La Carabasse has it all: huge pool complex, waterslides, kids’ clubs, a beach within walking distance and even a theme park just around the corner.

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Amazing waterslides
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Great location near the Canal du Midi
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Short walk to the beach
Valras Plage

Les Sables du Midi offers great pool complexes, swimming pools and free kids’ clubs ensuring an unforgettable holiday for all family members.

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Spa and jacuzzi
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Supervised swimming pool
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Great location a short walk from the beach

Béziers at a glance

Head to the beach

Beziers is just 10km from the Mediterreannean Sea. Head to Sérignan Plage! 

Culture

View the imposing Cathédrale St-Nazaire - you can climb the main tower for great views.

Taking it all in

Get lost in the shaded medieval streets. 

Fun for the family

Take a boat ride down the magnificent Canal du Midi. 

Things to see and do in and around Béziers

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Beaches
Backed by beautiful sand dunes, Sérignan-Plage is a long stretch of fine, sandy beach that feels suitably wild, but with sufficient facilities nearby to keep all friends and family members fed (pizzerias and beach cafes) and entertained (crazy golf) in true holiday style. Best of all, this is all just 7 miles from the city.
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Museums & attractions
A visit to Béziers must include a gentle meander through the charming medieval streets of its old town. Then there’s the grandiose Romanesque Cathédrale St-Nazaire – you can climb the main tower for a rewarding 360-degree view of Béziers’ Roman bridge, surrounding vineyards and the distant foothills of the Massif Central. It’s also worth dropping by the Musée des Beaux Arts for the paintings by Rubens, Delacroix and several local artists.
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Places to go
Béziers is really famed for its annual Feria in mid-August. It’s one of the region’s largest and most atmospheric events, when hundreds of thousands of visitors take the town by storm to experience corridas (bullfights) in the arenas, music and dancing in the streets, rugby matches, fireworks, wine-tasting, and general merry-making. A truly unique southern France celebration, and one definitely not to be missed!

Getting to Béziers from our parks

Place

Béziers

Distance/driving time from Les Sables du Midi

15.2km/ 21 minutes

Distance/driving time from La Carabasse

19km/ 25 minutes 

Distance/driving time from Le Lac des Rêves

72km/ 59 minutes 

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