A great small family run camping site in walking distance from
Bouzigues center and close to Séte city.
The campsite is a little low key site with a nice view to the laguna. The pitches are big and some have good shading. Others like the one we had was first row (which was great) but with no shade. By end-June that meant it got really hot early in the morning as the site is facing East. The city of Bouzigues is quite small with a habour strip of restaurants, a little beach, a grocery shop and a local bar. The campsite has no pool but sanitary facilities are fine and they have a small cafe where you can get a drink.
Choose this place for the piece and quiteness but still with an option to go dine in walking distance. Things to do nearby: visiting wineries, visiting oyster farms, visit Séte, see historical harbour jousts, eat great seafood. Visiting Méze is also worth doing. It is still a small city but bigger and more to see than Bouzigues. There are more restaurants, shops, wine bars and a weekly market.
We visited a couple of Oysters farms. Atelier & Co was a great little place with nice decoration and great seating with a view.
The other oysters farm was a France Passion overnight stay. Again a family run business by Yvan and Karine, La noisette. The oysters were really good but is only to-go. There is a great view from their shop or parking area (staying overnight in your camper) as it is elevated from the sea level.
When we didn’t go out eat, we enjoyed the evenings chillaxing with pizza, pasta and rosé at Camping Lou Labech. At sunset we were lucky to see flamingoes flying North East towards the camargue nature park.
If you are more into a bigger site with more facilities like pool, etc. and in walking distance to Méze then check out Camping Beau Rivage where we have also stayed. Read our post on this campsite here: