Self catering holidays
Aqualand water parks offer a day of aventures for all the family or among friends. Here is water in all its most fun forms: a wave pool, a bubble area, and a hot tub.
Climb aboard a giant buoy and let yourself be drawn into the rapids or climb to the top of the slides, solo or with friends, and get ready to slide.
Spinning, jumping, bumping, in tunnels or on parallel tracks so you can race your friends, the water slides offer lots of ways to have fun with the family or with friends.
Europark in Hérault is the largest amusement park in France. Only open on summer evenings, it is home to a host of attractions on a site covering 6 hectares.
Thrills and spills and all the fun of the fair with Euroloop, Adrenalyn and even the Big Wheel. For young and old alike, there's something for everyone here! In addition to the attractions there are restaurant facilities on site.
The Raoul Fonquerne aquatic centre in Sète is the ideal place to have fun with the family, relax and maybe even do a bit of swimming.
This complex which is as much about fun as it is about sports includes a swimming pool, a leisure pool with a waterslide, a jaccuzzi pool, a wave pool, an indoor and outdoor sun terrace and an outdoor space with a lawn.
The Raoul Fonquerne aquatic centre is a true paradise for all the family!
When Louis XIV decided to build the city of Sète, this site was chosen because of the Cape of Sète, which was the perfect place for a port.
Thus, the Saint-Louis jetty was built in 1666, at the same time as the work to develop the new port city. Built to preserve and develop trade in the Languedoc, the jetty had to be a safe place ensuring that the boats would be protected against dramatic changes in the weather and pirates.
In Béziers you'll find the Canal du Midi's feat of engineering: the Nine Locks of Fonseranes. This is a 312m-long water staircase which allows barges and boats to cross a 25-metre gradient.
At the time, this was an extraordinary technological feat and was carried out by Paul Riquet in homage to his hometown.
The Nine Locks of Fonseraneses are the third most visited tourist attraction in Languedoc-Roussillon, after the Cité de Carcassonne and the Pont du Gard.
On average, eight thousand boats pass through the Nine Locks and 300,000 visitors come to admire them each year.