Bon Port, a 4 star campsite in Lunel
In the Hérault department, amongst the sea and Camargue region, in the shade of pine trees and within a lush setting, the Bon Port campsite is located. This 4-star establishment is situated in Lunel in the Petite Camargue region, 12 kilometres from the sandy Mediterranean beaches and 10 kilometres from the famous La Grande Motte seaside resort…
The perfect campsite for a holiday in the Petite Camargue
If you’re seeking a campsite to go off to explore the land of horses, bulls, and pink flamingos for your next holiday, Bon Port is an establishment which certainly meets your expectations! There are delightful plots here with a surface area going up to 80 m² to pitch your tent, or set up your caravan, van or camper van. By booking in advance and for a minimum stay of seven nights, you can hire a fridge.
Bon Port also offers a large range of luxury mobile homes, with a covered or semi-covered terrace. This has two, three or four bedrooms depending upon the design, and can accommodate up to 8 holidaymakers. All the cottages are equipped with a television and air conditioning (except for the Grand Large design), and if you wish to travel light, the hire of sheets, towels and a cot is available as an optional extra.
Once you’ve unpacked your suitcases and put on your swimwear, you’ll discover a superb heated water park of 600 m², consisting of a fun pool with a balneotherapy area and swimming lane and large swimming pool to swim or play. The very young make the most of the delights of water, thanks to the paddling pool set aside for the under 4s, whilst older ones can do loads of thrill-seeking on the three water slides.
A family atmosphere in a wooded lively setting
Perfectly located between the swimming pool and show stage, the Bon Port bar restaurant and its large sun-drenched terrace accommodates you from June to September, for lunch as a family or apéritifs with friends. A grocery is open in July and August and outside of the summer season. You can reserve fresh bread and sweetbreads and buns at the campsite reception!
Six days a week, the activity team accommodates those aged 5 to 12 in the children’s club for various creative, leisure or sports activities: drawing, painting, treasure hunts, water games and preparing for the Friday evening show. Children can also have fun in the entirely new play area, which brings together teeter-totters, a monkey bridge, rope pyramid and inflatable play facility.
This Lunel campsite also has a multi-sports ground, ping-pong tables and an area for playing boules. 45-minute aquaerobics sessions take place every day in one of the water park’s swimming pools. You can also hire bikes on-site and use the new greenway traffic-free route (Voie Verte), which links Lunel to La Grande Motte via a 12 kilometre cycle trail, which crosses the Camargue landscape.
The Camargue wetlands, and Hérault and Gard departments reach out to you
On the region’s vast wild beaches, you can sunbathe, swim and build sandcastles but also go sea fishing, diving or sailing. Your stay on the Camargue is also the opportunity to visit Aigues Mortes, the town built by Louis IX (Saint Louis) to honour his setting sail on a crusade. Its medieval fortifications offer a unique viewpoint over the town, the natural lakes, salt marshes and vineyards.
The seaside resorts of Le Grau du Roi, Palavas les Flots and La Grande Motte are located a few kilometres away from the campsite. The large city of Montpellier and its multitude of treasures should also be visited during a stay on the Bon Port campsite. The Place de la Comédie square, Antigone district, opera house, medieval streets lined with town houses and a wide choice of restaurants, tapas bars and concert venues, attract the intrigued and lovers of heritage and architecture.
Lastly, a stay on the Bon Port campsite provides the chance to visit Nîmes. The Gallo-Roman buildings, such as the Arènes, an amphitheatre built in AD 70 and still used for concerts and bullfights, the Maison Carrée, a Roman temple in white limestone and the Tour Magne (the only remaining vestige of the Nîmes Roman fortifications) which offers a breathtaking view over the town, impresses many visitors! To end, make a detour via the Pont du Gard, a magnificent aqueduct on three levels, which has overlooked the Gardon river for more than 2000 years...