Locazioni di vacanze La Grande-Motte
The Grau-du-Roi Seaquarium boasts 2,400 square metres dedicated to marine life. The many tanks are filled with an amazing variety of species of fish, sharks, seals and sea lions.
The whole family will love the shark sanctuary, the Requinarium, and can learn all about these fearsome predators. The Hippodrome area features seahorses and the Zen zone is home to the impressive sea lions and the mischievous seals.
The beach of Espiguette starts at Port Camargue, and stretches to the Espiguette lighthouse. This 18 km long beach is the largest in the Mediterranean basin, and has been classified as a protected natural heritage site since 2014.
Its dunes, and its beach provide you with a huge space to relax with family or friends. And you'll feel like you're in the middle of the Sahara…
Located in the heart of the Camargue, the medieval fortifications offer a wonderful panorama of the town of Aigues-Mortes, its ponds, salt marshes and vineyards. The architectural ensemble is remarkably well preserved and features a building built in 1240 by St. Louis so as to have access to the Mediterranean.
Constance Tower is one of the most majestic towers of medieval architecture and later served as a prison for Templars and Protestants.
Immerse yourself in the Middle Ages and discover breathtaking views of this site in the Gard.
Inaugurated on 12 March 2006, the statue of Pescalune is the work of sculptor Ben K.
It evokes the famous legend of Pescalune. In Lunel, in the 15th century, the fishermen from this small hamlet developed a fishing technique to catch lots of eels. By baiting the bottom of baskets held by ropes, the fishermen caught the voracious eels on moonless nights. This practice of night fishing, on dark nights, quickly became a legend - the fishermen seemed in effect to have fished the moon!
This observation tower awaits all those appreciate fine panoramic views! Reaching
forty-three metres in height in the heart of Palavas-les-Flots on the Mediterranean coastline, this lighthouse is an old water tower shaped like a mushroom and affords breathtaking views of the city from its bar and revolving restaurant.
Customers reach the top via the two elevators that ascend ten floors at great speed. They can enjoy a leisurely drink and a meal overlooking land or the sea. The full rotation lasts one and half hours.