Tourism in the Pyrénées-Orientales

Pyrénées Orientales: ideal tourist destination

Bathed in Catalan culture, both maritime and mountainous, between ancient strongholds of the Knights Templar and brief possessions of the kings of Majorca, the department of Pyrénées-Orientales is a multifaceted destination that has something for everyone. Exceptional natural sites, lively seaside resorts, a sublime architectural heritage and authentic villages with preserved ancestral traditions await you.

Bordering Spain at Cerbère on the Catalan coast and Perthus in the Albères massif, the 66 offers a multitude of possibilities for leisure activities and outings: water and aquatic sports, cultural visits, hiking and mountain biking circuits, lazing around, urban leisure activities, historical discoveries, folklore demonstrations, or tasting of local products. To discover absolutely during your camping holidays in the Pyrénées Orientales.

tourisme pyrenees orientales

Pyrénées Orientales: ideal tourist destination

Frequently asked questions about the surroundings

How far is the campsite from the beach?

The campsite has direct access to the sea and there is nothing separating us from the beach, you can’t get any closer

Where are the cycle tracks?

You have tracks right at the entrance to the campsite and these stretch all over the town.

Where is the nearest tourist office?

The tourist office of Saint-Cyprien Plage is very close (about 2km)

Is the campsite served by public transport?

Yes, buses and a small train (in season) allow you to get around.