Popular Lettings in Marseillan-Plage
Highlights in Marseillan-Plage
- Sunny climate
- Beauty and entertainment on the Mediterranean coast
Most popular in Marseillan-Plage
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Marseillan Plage
Accommodation close to the beaches, what better way to relax under the Mediterranean sun? A rental in Marseillan Plage is ideal for a holiday dedicated to idleness. Most of the accommodation supply is concentrated along the 2.5 km of beach and in the immediate vicinity of the marina. For a week's holiday or a last-minute weekend at the seaside, Marseillan Plage's rentals will appeal to families and couples, single people and groups of friends.
Holidays at Marseillan Plage
Location and orientation
Marseillan Plage is a seaside resort in the Hérault department, bordered on one side by the Thau pond and on the other by the Mediterranean. It is only seven kilometres from Agde and five minutes by car from Sète. The two nearest major cities are Béziers, about half an hour's drive away, and Montpellier, 70 km away and easily accessible via the A9.One of the pearls of the Mediterranean
Marseillan Plage does not have its own station. The easiest way if you come by train is to get off at Agde or Sète and then take public transport to Marseillan Plage. There are many cycle paths along the coast that make it easy to get around if you have come without a car.
Destination for beach fans
It is above all to relax in the sun and swim in the warm and calm waters of the Mediterranean that one comes to Marseillan Plage. The small seaside resort has a long fine sandy beach renowned for its friendly atmosphere. It is lined with many restaurants and bars that allow you to have lunch or sip a cocktail by the sea.Enjoy the animation of the seaside
Marseillan Beach is a place rich in activities during the summer. For example, there are nautical contests, a typical Languedoc show, as well as the Capelet game, a traditional festival in which participants have to catch two hats tied at the top of a mast greased with black soap. Planned twice a year in front of the beach, this event is always the occasion for large gatherings.
Mussels, oysters and clams are grown in Marseillan and are featured in local restaurants.
Top 3 things to do
Marseillan has some historic buildings worth a visit, such as its former covered market built in basalt, created in the fourteenth century, or its Italian-style theatre built in the Art Deco style.3. Discover the Mediterranean coast
A day trip along the coast is an opportunity to cross many small towns while enjoying breathtaking views of the sea. Stop in Sète to visit the marine cemetery where Georges Brassens and Paul Valéry are buried, in Aigues-Mortes, an old fortified town or in Port Leucate, one of the most beautiful seaside resorts in the Mediterranean.