At about 10 minutes from Portiragnes-Plage, Vendres is the last maritime town of Herault before entering the department of Aude and the nature reserve of Orpellières. Bounded by vineyards and the Gulf of Lion, with a large pond on its territory, this town of 2,700 inhabitants near Béziers in unspoilt coastline worth visiting during your vacation at 5 star camping Les Mimosas.
Vendres is more than a seaside resort on the Languedoc coast. His great dunes, whose height is sometimes greater than 4 meters, has a fine sandy beach of 4 km long. Behind the pond Vendres near the massive Clape stretches nearly 6 km. The north of the town is dotted with vineyards that are produced wines of character, especially whites and rosés. To the east, opens the tray of Laz Vistoule. This natural heritage offers a wide choice of outdoor activities to realize in a couple, family or friends: lazing on the beach and swimming in the Mediterranean, walks around the lake on foot or by bicycle, visiting wineries and tasting the wines of Languedoc ...
Vendres beaches, surrounded by vineyards and scrublands, are about 7 km from the city center. Their wild side is a great alternative for holidaymakers looking for a thrill and tranquility who prefer authentic villages to seaside Occitan. The dunes allows the presence of animal and fragile and remarkable plant species, including flamingos. The Montilles beach, near the mouth of the Aude, is ideal if you intend to savor a seafood platter on the port after your swim lengths. Like other beaches of Vendres (Mimosas, Marina, North) you will find a first aid station, parking, restaurants and mattress rentals (as well as a water sports center on the Marina beach). To access the beaches, you will then take a small path and cross the dunes.
The city of Vendres has the particularity of being separated from Fleury (Aude) by the mouth of the Aude. Wearing Chichoulet does not open directly on the sea, but the river that originates in the Pyrenees. It is operated for shellfish farming (shellfish). The vendroise city is home to a church built in the fourteenth century (Saint-Etienne church), a mill, a stunning fountain gas (Saint Puech) and ancient ruins (Temple of Venus).
The swimming and water sports (sailing, jet skiing, scuba diving) are the main activities, especially in high season. The town has a park tree climbing, the field La Yole Adventure Park. Accessible from 3 years, it allows children to quench their thirst for adrenalin and awaken the adventurer in them. The site has 17 ziplines and 5 different activities including BMX (9 courses). After the air, take your children in one of the biggest parks of inflatable structures in southern France, Kolandia Park.
The day passed too quickly? Extend it to the Valras-Plage casino! You can try your luck at roulette, poker or slot machines. You're not a player? Content yourself with a drink in a warm atmosphere by the sea!