It's the biggest and best gay beach in France with mile after mile of sand and crystal-clear water. Plage de la Paloma. The Pont du Gard is a short drive away, It's the biggest and best surviving example of a Roman aqueduct anywhere in the world - and is truly impressive. They go from fairly gentle walks to some serious hiking. Running six miles or more round the edge of a huge Camargue sandbank, the beach is backed by dunes, themselves backed by lagoons and salty scrubland. The Languedoc coast is not given to creeks and coves.
It's where you go to play the frontier family with your buckets, spades and sense of adventure.
WHAT TO DO
What you see are endlessness and far horizons. Plage de l'Espiguette is backed by dunes, lagoons and salty scrubland. The hills around The Lotus Tree are full of marked walking trails. It's very popular with naturists and gay men alike. Both are great for beginners.
Plage de la Paloma. Which weird laws of the world do you know? Take some exercise We have a small gym area for the exclusive use of our guests and there's a fully equipped gym 20 minutes away. On the very edge of the known world, you've come for the elements unfiltered, not bouncy castles. Alternatively, there's a cluster of pizza 'n' grill places half-a-mile before the car-park nearest is Le Petit Mazet, with salads from a tenner.