Capfun, Quality campsites and holiday resorts in France
The department audeThe Aude is a great destination for outdoor enthusiasts
. With its Capfun campsites located near many tourist sites, this region of France offers an ideal setting for family or friends vacations. From the Capfun campsites Camping Côte Vermeille
in Port La Nouvelle, Camping Grande Cosse
in Saint Pierre la Mer, Camping La Nautique
in Narbonne and Camping Mimosas
in Narbonne, here are the five must-visit places during your stay.
First, the medieval city of Carcassonne
is a must-see. Less than 30 minutes from Camping La Nautique
, it offers a total immersion in history. Its ramparts, towers, and paved streets immerse you in the atmosphere of the Middle Ages. You can also visit the Basilica of Saint-Nazaire and the Church of Saint-Michel, witnesses of the Romanesque architecture of the region.
The second place to visit is the Canal du Midi
, classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Less than 30 minutes from Camping Côte Vermeille
, it offers a peaceful boat or bike ride along its shaded banks. You can admire the locks, bridges, and magnificent landscapes of the region.
The third place not to be missed is the beach of Gruissan
, less than 30 minutes from Camping Grande Cosse
. This fine sandy beach is ideal for swimming, walking, or practicing water sports such as kitesurfing or windsurfing. The crystalline waters of the Mediterranean and the Pyrenees mountains in the background offer a spectacular setting.
The fourth place to discover is the medieval village of Lagrasse
. Nestled in a green valley, this village is known for its Benedictine abbey and picturesque streets lined with stone houses. You can also taste local specialties, such as goat cheese and wines of the region, less than 30 minutes from Camping Mimosas
Finally, the fifth place to visit is the castle of Peyrepertuse
, less than 30 minutes from Camping La Nautique
. Perched on a rocky hill, this medieval castle offers a panoramic view of the surrounding mountains and plains of the region. You can stroll through the vaulted halls and courtyards, witnesses of the history of the region.
In addition to these must-see tourist sites, the Aude is also known for its gastronomy
. Local culinary specialties include cassoulet, duck confit, foie gras, and Leucate oysters. The smells of these dishes are irresistible and spread through the streets of the towns and villages of the region.
Here is the list of our holiday parks in Aude