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The south coast of France is studded with some of the most elegant resort towns and some of the longest, sandiest beaches the Mediterranean has to offer. Few resorts can boast the 11 miles of beach that Le Grau-Du-Roi possesses, nor the natural wonders of the Camargue on its doorstep. We can match you up with the ideal Le Grau-Du-Roi hotel - whether you need a town center hotel or somewhere overlooking the beach. Every hotel listing includes accurate reviews by ordinary travelers, as well as photos of hotel rooms and maps showing exactly where the establishment is situated. We aim to give you all of the information needed to make the right accommodation decision, and we can also offer great bargains when you book Le Grau-Du-Roi with Venere.

What's Le Grau-Du-Roi Like?

Le Grau-Du-Roi is a charming resort town on the south coast of France, located close to the wild beauty of the Camargue National Park and not far from historic cities like Arles and the medieval walled town of Aigues-Mortes. The coast around Le Grau-Du-Roi is largely made up of enormous stretches of sandy beaches which overlook the Mediterranean, making this resort heaven for sun-seekers. Behind the beaches lies the Camargue, one of the world's great bird habitats and home to huge communities of charismatic flamingos. The city of Montpellier is also less than an hour away, with the excellent Fabre Museum, the spectacular Amazonian Greenhouse, and a gorgeous historical center. Whether you just want to relax in the sun or adore natural beauty, Le Grau-Du-Roi is the perfect French destination.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Le Grau-Du-Roi

Southern France is as welcoming to visitors as anywhere on the Mediterranean, so expect to fit in straight away. Venere recommends renting bicycles if you can, as the flat coast and the wetlands of the Camargue can be seen at their best on two wheels. Le Grau-Du-Roi is also in the Languedoc region, which means that you can find some of France's most famous wines as well as delicious seafood - and don't forget to bring along a French phrasebook in case you don't speak French. Combine the two at the seafront restaurants in Le Grau-Du-Roi, and dine on fresh oysters or anchovies cooked in garlic. With the sea and wetlands all around, the locals in Le Grau-Du-Roi also adore water sports. So rent a boat and head out onto the Mediterranean. You might even spend some time fishing for your own seafood feast. So head to Le Grau-Du-Roi hotels with Venere for a vacation to remember.