Campsite near La Côte Vermeille
Enjoying a stay at the campsite in the Pyrénées Orientales offers a multitude of landscapes to discover between the sea and the mountains. By staying at the Vallée campsite , holidaymakers will also have the opportunity to admire them. During your stay at the campsite in St Jean pla de Corts near Le Boulou , go to the Côte Vermeille and let yourself be charmed by these many coves, its 4 seaside resorts and its natural and preserved landscapes.
Discover the Côte Vermeille during your stay at the campsite
A true corner of paradise, the Côte Vermeille is not lacking in assets to seduce holidaymakers. You will be surprised by the diversity of its landscapes and reliefs, between mountains, creeks, greenery and vineyards. The Côte Vermeille stretches for several kilometers from Racou beach in Argelès to Cerbère and then ends in Spain via Collioure, Port-Vendres, Banyuls-sur-Mer. On the Côte Vermeille, the activities are as varied as the landscapes. Thus, you can make many hikes along the coastal path, enjoy the coves and water activities, swim and enjoy your moments of idleness in the company of your loved ones.
Join the must-see resorts of the Côte Vermeille
During your stay at the campsite on the Vermeille coast or nearby, you can enjoy the Mediterranean as well as the mountains there. You can also go to the heart of the seaside towns of the Côte Vermeille to admire the landscapes and enjoy multiple activities. Among them are Collioure, Port Vendres, Banyuls sur Mer and Cerbère.
Known for its marine richness, it is also appreciated for its fishing port and its many small streets. While strolling in the latter, you will also have the opportunity to admire its architectural heritage such as the medieval enclosure, which will immerse you in its history. Finally, meet many artists such as Matisse, Picasso, Signac and many others who left their mark there.
Leaving from Port-Vendres, you can stroll around the port and relax in one of its many coves. You can also practice nautical activities there or decide to follow the path to Cap Béar which will allow you to admire the beauty of the landscapes. To this is also added the site of the cove of Paulilles, one of the most beautiful coves on the Catalan coast, classified Natura 2000.
Banyuls sur Mer
In Banyuls-sur-Mer, you will enjoy different facets with its vineyards, its beach and its port. You can also live in Roman times thanks to the old oppidum, a historic Roman habitat located in Puig del Mas. Finally, for cultural outings, go to< Banyuls-sur-Mer museum to pay tribute to the sculptor Aristide Maillol.
Cerbère also benefits from an extraordinary natural wealth. You can first take the hiking trails to admire the landscapes offered by the seaside resort. Thus, its port, its creeks, its vineyard and its architectural style await you for an unforgettable stay. In addition, you can enjoy its festivity thanks to its famous Saint-Sauveur festival or take advantage of the marine nature reserve where you can breathe the pure air of Cerbère.
Where to stay at the campsite on the vermeille coast?
You want to go on holiday at the campsite in the Pyrénées-Orientales near the Côte Vermeille, then join the campsite de la Vallée (66) located between Le Boulou and Céret . Prepare your vacation and choose the accommodation or pitch that suits you best. Take advantage of calm and relaxing moments to relax with family or friends. Relax by the campsite’s heated swimming pool where you can make your best dives and enjoy aquagym activities. Finally, you will also benefit from quality activities and services for an extraordinary stay.