The beautiful fishing port of Sète

panoramic of Sete

  Despite being the largest Mediterranean fishing port in France, the quaint city of Sète loses nothing of its historical feel.  Wandering through the tiny cobbled back streets or alongside the calm, boat lined canals, one might think you had gone back in time. A short, picturesque bus journey from Les Méditerranées takes you past Sète’s [...]

Welcome to Les Méditerrenée’s Beach Garden

beach gardens welcome

    Chilling out by the swimming pool, sipping cocktails whilst listening to live performances or grabbing a bite to eat overlooking the sun drenched Mediterranean Sea.  These are just a few things you can look forward to during your relaxing stay at Les Méditerrenée’s Beach Garden. Brand new for 2012, Beach Garden is the tranquil [...]

Languedoc – Domaine des Deux Ruisseaux

Deux Ruisseaux

If you’re returning to Sérignan-Plage in the wee small hours in late August and September, don’t be surprised if you see major activity in the vineyards of Domaine des Deux Ruisseaux in Sauvian. The ‘Two Streams Estate’ – it doesn’t sound quite the same in English – began life in the early 1960s, when Gilbert [...]

Au revoir from Les Meds

Cap dagde

Here’s a last blog from our campsite rep, Cynthea, at Les Mediterranées, who kindly sent this in after she unfortunately had to return home. But she has passed on the names of new reps to me, who she assures me will write very good blogs. So, watch this space. “All the evening markets are now [...]

Club Farret – with Europark just a stroll away.


Well – not only has the weather significantly improved here at Vias Plage (Club Farret) over the past few weeks but the facilities on offer have increased likewise! All our parasols have been in full use these last two weeks with the weather soaring into 30 degrees plus, accompanied by a beautiful sea breeze which [...]

This week at Les Mediterranées, Languedoc

Cynthea, our Al Fresco Rep on Les Mediterranées in the Languedoc sent us this week’s diary entry: We have had a really “buzzy” weekend – people everywhere – due to the French Holiday. (The French certainly know how to enjoy their “bridge” weekends, making the most of a Thursday public holiday, such as Ascension Day, [...]

Le Club Farret – Eat! Play! Relax!

activité adulte

By Al Fresco Reps – Gemma and Simon This week has been busy at Vias Plage with the grand opening of the mini golf, situated only 250m from the campsite. This “sport” is very popular with the French, and the new mini golf boasts a brilliant crêperie as well. On opening night there were 50 [...]

Ancient and Modern? Enjoy World War II celebrations and Funky Zumba Fitness in Rousillon

Hello and welcome to Camping Le Brasilia’s blog brought to you by Emma and Terri-Anne, Al Fresco Reps resident at the park. Here we are on Le Brasilia campsite, loving the summer sunshine after the trials of winter. Much has changed here in the South of France since last year’s season. We are now a [...]

Wine to enjoy from the Languedoc region


What’s one of the best things about arriving on holiday? Once you’ve explored the parc and the kids are happily running round outside, the next step has got to be enjoying the first glass of wine in the evening on your own decking area, while the BBQ heats up. Our wine expert, Simon Woods, has [...]

Don’t Wait – Get Away!

Yelloh! Village Les Méditerranées - Thomson Al Fresco

With the sun sporadically showing its face, why not make it a guarantee with an early break – who wants to wait for summer anyway?!

With the Royal Wedding and Easter weekends combined, only three days holiday will need to be booked in order to have a fabulous long break!