Campsite near Séte/ Adge

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  1. sostas

    sostas Read Only Funster

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    Hi,
    We are heading south soon - a wander thro' France into Spain. Does anyone know of a simple, inexpensive campsite near Séte or Adge. I know that wild camping is possible in this area but knowing of a campsite could be useful.
    Thanks Sostas. :Smile:
     
  2. haganap

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    Hi I would check here ACSI Eurocampings - 8.600 by ACSI inspected camp sites in Europe!
    I don't know when you are hoping to go but from our experience the summer months when the kids are off its really really busy and difficult to find space.
    A lovely area though with some nice beaches.
    However simple and inexpensive hmm good luck:thumb:
     
  3. dazzaandjay

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    when are you heading off

    hi
    when are you heading off? we live near perpignan not that from sete, couple of hours, we have just bought our first new camper and head back home from uk on wednesday touring through france for a week on the way (all going well), once we are back we will be looking for places to get out to, and sete and cape d'agde etc are places I have been to in the car and enjoyed so will be first on our list, if its not for a month or so you are going we can have a tour around and get back to you. we will be keeping a diary and pics of sites we visit.

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  4. sostas

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    Thank you for the replies. We are off quite soon so we will have a look while we are there. I have found a couple of aires in Agde.
    Regards Sostas:Smile:
     
  5. david1234

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    you can park up on the beach between agde and sete along the side of the road, we will be there by monday fingers crossed bit noisey though:thumb:
     
  6. scotjimland

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    Hi

    A couple of aires to consider near Narbourne

    Google Map

    some aires and wild camping Spain

    Google Map Spain

    hth

    Jim
     
  7. kickstart

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    Warning, don't stay there Friday or Saterday night,they have very loud raves at the beach bar until 3 am :Angry:
     
  8. david1234

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    im going sunday should be there monday look out for a left hand drive swift sundance 630l it must be the only one i know of thats lhd there are some realy good aires down there.:thumb:
     
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    We used these,great.:thumb::thumb:
     
  10. wiljoy

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    We have just returned from The South of France and stayed at Sete for 5 nights on the Aire. This was at the end of the beach towards Sete town on the edge of the newly constructed car parks. The wine delivery comes round about 6pm and it was a little noisy with the railway but worth it. Keep away from the Aire in Sete as this is really the pits unless you are desperate as we were the first night at 10pm.
    We spent a total of 32 nights on Aires along the south coast and they were all clean and had a very friendly atmosphere. We even found some with free electric and others had a free bus service into town every 30 minutes.
    It all makes the UK system of sites a big big joke.
    Wiljoy:thumb:
     
  11. david1234

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    picture number 3, sete to adge road only thing i found was late at night or early mornning cars would blast past and the wind would sway the MH:Eeek: but hay its free.
     
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  12. penny

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    Hi we stayed on an asci site in marselleian plage, it was 10 euro a night and was called beauregard sud [ not to be mistaken for beauregard est which although it had an asci sticker did not accept asci bookings] The pitch we had was behind the dunes by the beach access and very near the sea. I think for the ten euro the quiet of the site at night was a bargain, we have parked by the road on marselleian plage and it is very busy and noisy which is why most campers leave in the evening.
     

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