5-star Camping
in Perpignan

The former capital of the Kingdom of Majorca, Perpignan has preserved an exceptional architectural heritage from its rich past. Take advantage of your stay in Catalonia to visit this astonishing city, nestled on the Spanish border between the Mediterranean Sea and the easternmost mountains of the Pyrenees.

  • Stay in a 5-star campsite near Perpignan
  • Rent your top-of-the-range mobile home
  • Ideal for a couple, friends or family holiday by the sea in Languedoc Roussillon
  • Take advantage of special offers for your stay
  • Swimming in the large aquatic area of the 5-star Camping Perpignan
  • Discover the many activities on offer at the Camping
beach volleyball perpignan

Camping Perpignan in Pyrénées Orientales

Between sea and mountainsclose to the border between France and Spain, against a backdrop of verdant mountains plunging into the Mediterranean under the Catalan sun, the 5-star Camping Cala Gogo in Saint-Cyprien welcomes you to an unspoilt natural setting for an exceptional vacation close to Perpignan in Pyrénées-Orientales.

From a muscle-building session in our heated pools to a pétanque tournament, from a game of table soccer to a beach volleyball match on the beach, our team has sports tournaments and fun activities in store for adults and children alike. You can book one or more nights in accommodations for 2 to 8 people.

After your visits and intimate moments on your spacious pitch or in your luxury accommodation, enjoy the friendly atmosphere of camping Perpignan pas cher by taking part in our themed evenings while your children challenge their new friends to a game of table soccer in the games room.

Our open-air hotel also offers visitors a wide range of services for an unforgettable camping holiday near Perpignan: bike rentals, laundry, shops, Wi-Fi…

bike rental perpignan

Renting a mobile home at a campsite in Saint-Cyprien is an ideal way to discover Catalan culture. The last major French city before the Spanish border, Perpignan is a welcoming city brimming with tourist attractions and leisure activities. Your mobile home rental Perpignan in Languedoc-Roussillon at Camping proche de Perpignan allows you to enjoy the pleasures of the beach every day, but also to easily reach the center of Perpignan, accessible by car in less than 25 minutes. Discover our range of low-cost offers to enjoy year-round accommodation with WIFI at our Camping.

The destination is ideal if you’re renting and looking for a place to go out in the Pyrénées-Orientales: the narrow streets of the medieval old town are bustling with bars and restaurants with convivial terraces. The city is also the scene of many festive events: among the most deeply-rooted Catalan traditions are the San Joan festivities and the Ida Y Vuelta music festival. Cinemas, escape games, theaters, bowling alleys and nightclubs also await you in Perpignan.

espace aquatique camping perpignan

Camping Perpignan with swimming pool

Do you dream of discovering the Palace of the Kings of Majorca, the Sea Lodge, the Cathedral of St John the Baptist, the Convent of the Friars Preachers, the fortifications and other must-see Perpignan monuments?

Book your stay now at Cala Gogo, one of the most beautiful campsites with a water park by the sea, just 20 km from the Catalan city!

The 600 m² water park at Camping Perpignan with pool includes two large heated pools, balneotherapy and heated slidesThere’s also a paddling pool with slides and water games for toddlers who want to splash around and have fun in the water in complete safety. This vast aqualudic area is dedicated to bathing and relaxation, with a solarium next to the paillotes and palm trees bar.

Come and recharge your batteries as a couple, with family or friends at Cala Gogo near Perpignan!

Discover the pool

Tourism in Perpignan

The former capital of the Kingdom of Majorca, Perpignan bears the sumptuous imprint of the sovereigns who stayed here: a must-see site in the region, the Palace of the Kings of Majorca dominates the city with its oriental-influenced architecture.

Other noteworthy monuments in and around Perpignan include the Castillet, the powder magazine, the Loge de Mer, the Hôtel Pams, the former bishop’s palace, the Campo Santo and the Convent des Minimes. Numerous chapels and churches from the 13ᵉ and 14ᵉ centuries are also worth admiring. You can also take the time to discover the charming village of Toulouges nearby.

The cathedral of Saint-Jean-Baptiste, with its extraordinary dimensions, is not to be missed. Perpignan also boasts a number of fascinating museums, including the Museum of Natural History, the Bella doll museum, the conservatory of aeronautical heritage and a contemporary art center.

Numerous themed walks and guided tours are offered by the town’s tourist office. The more traditional tourist train also takes you on a tour of the Catalan city’s must-see sites.

Take a trip to Perpignan for the Sanch Procession.