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Just like the Green Negresses, you celebrate summer and sun. But the last months and the wave of cold and gray whether they brought with them have literally stunted you. You would give everything for a ray of sunshine ... Well, it's not necessary! With the Airotel campsite chain, you can rent campsites at an unbeatable value for money, and of course, under a beautiful sun! And this time, it's in the Pyrénées-Orientales. Between sea and mountain, you will have many possibilities: romantic getaway, friendly moment with friends, sports activities and fun with your family, tasting, historical and cultural discovery, relaxation at the sea or in the many baths. Among the most beautiful sites of the department to visit we list these three: Argeles sur Mer, Barcares and Canigó Grand Site.
Argelès-sur-Mer is really ideal for camping. On the Mediterranean coast, Argelès has no less than 7 km of beaches. You can thus choose the place that suits you best: swimming and fun with friends or family, relaxation and rest in a cove. Located at the foot of the Massif des Albères, you will not get bored in Argelès: you can enjoy mountain activities. And even if you prefer the beach, you will probably get dizzy by watching the mountains that overlook the sea. And to cool off after a sunbath, if you do not feel like climbing the mountain, you can go stretch your legs in the nearby pine forests.
With a sandy beach even wider than that of Argelès (8 km), the Barcarès attracts crowds of tourists. Port-Barcarès is ideal for sports and games, many activities and water sports are proposed such as: kite-surfing, water ski, catamaran, windsurfing, jet-ski, funboard, wake-board, blokart, scuba diving... To relax, head to the thalassotherapy facilities. And do not forget to take a picture next to the famous Lydia, the failed liner, which has become the city's mascot.
Canigo! It is engraved in the heart of the Catalan and Pyrenean. And for good reason, besides its splendid and wild nature, it has also been a haven for many artists, poets and writers, as well as the den of resistance. Since July 12, 2012, it has been labeled Grand Site de France. This massif connects the Mediterranean with the Alps, as well as the Valleys of Tet and Tech. As a result, its vegetation, thanks to its two different climates, is particularly rich: moors, arid rocks, wetlands, deciduous and coniferous forests, scrubland, lawns ... Three activities have also marked the history of the mountain: pastoral activity, mining and pyreneism. The first marked the territory by the presence of traditional shepherd houses. The second has left traces of a 20 centuries old exploitation. And the last granted an aura to the mountain, by associating Pyrenean life and the challenges that it implies, for artistic expression.