CAMPING-CAR PARK AREA OF MURVIEL-LES-BÉZIERS, CÔTEAU ET VALLÉE DE L'ORB
Route de Réals D 36 34490 MURVIELS LES BÉZIERS
1/01 - 30/06 : 10,56 €/24h
1/07 - 31/08 : 11,88 €/24h
1/09 - 31/12 : 10,56 €/24h
Parking 5h + services : 5,50 €
+ tourist tax : 1/01 - 31/12 : 0,40 €/nuit
Booking's informations ×
2 booking modes are possible:
1. Book a pitch for the same day using SécuriPlace
You didn't have time to book your pitch in advance? You prefer last-minute planning? (unforeseen weather, events...)
Book a pitch at the last minute using the brand new SécuriPlace system!
SécuriPlace pitches are available as soon as at least 4 pitches are available onsite.
2. Plan your stay by booking in advance
You already planned your next circuit? You want to make sure you will get a pitch as soon as possible?
Book your pitch between 6 months and 48h in advance! Your booking starts from midday on the arrival date to midday on the last day.
In all the cases, the maximum stay on an area is of 21 consecutive days.
Open: All year round – 24/7
- 500 m from shops
- Shaded pitches
- 15 km from Béziers and from the coast
GPS coordinates: 43.439615° 3.134121°
THE STOPOVER SITE
The site is located between the sea and the mountains, on the high plateau of Orb, 15 kilometers from Béziers, and half an hour away from the mediterranean coast.
- 25 shaded pitches
- Close to the center and shops
- Lots of footpaths nearby
- 13 km from the canal du midi, and 15 km from Béziers
- A service area and draining zone
Murviel-les-Béziers is a historical village with remarkable Languedoc Circulade architecture, and a rich heritage.
In the old center the castle-like church of Saint Jean Baptise is worth a detour. (It is one of the department's listed heritage buildings.) There are also the porches, and mullioned Renaissance style façades. You can follow a signposted itinerary around the village to discover its history and numerous key events and anecdotes.
There are a lot of archeological sites from the Gallo-Roman period and the Stone Age around the village. The countryside is dotted with dovecotes which are a curious aspect of the culture in the area. There are plenty of wildflife walks you can do in the garrigue scrub. (The Pech trail, the Dovecote trails...).
The Lordly Castle, which was built on a hillock, is in a strategically domineering location. Climb on to its terrace, and you will have an immense panoramic view accross the Orb plains.
- Roquebrun, the Hérault's "Little Nice", 11 km away
- The castle-like church of Saint Jean Baptise, and the town center
- The Lordly Castle
- The walking route in Satin-Genies-de-Fontedlt
- Fontcaute Abbey in Cazedarnes, 9 km away.