Aloha Village

Aloha Village is at Serignan Plage on the south coast of France bordering the Mediterranean sea.

Aloha Village

A member of the highly acclaimed “Yelloh!” chain of campsites, Aloha Village boasts a wonderful range of activities and facilities and is in the perfect location for a brilliant family holiday.

Why we recommend booking Aloha Village:

  • Fly or drive holiday.
  • Member of the Yelloh! chain.
  • Direct access to a sandy beach.
  • Lots of great places to visit nearby.
  • Warm weather and sea along the south coast of France.

Camping Aloha Village Facilities

Aloha Village is a great campsite for families of all ages, providing a superb range of activities to keep everyone happy both during the day and the evening alike.

One of the major attractions with Aloha Village campsite is it’s direct access the local beach. Covered in glorious golden sand, the beach is a great place for families to have fun. Relax on the beach, build sandcastles, play beach games or go for a paddle in the warm sea, the choice really is yours.

To complete your holiday, Aloha Village also boasts a great pool complex with 5 impressive swimming pools, water slides, jacuzzi’s and animal and bird fountains for the younger ones.

Although Aloha Village has plenty to keep you occupied, don’t forget to get out and explore the nearby area. There’s lot’s to see and do including the aquarium and water park at Cap d’Agde.

Distance to Aloha Village campsite:

  • Zeebrugge: 1067km
  • Caen Ouistreham: 939km
  • Calais: 1051km
  • Dieppe: 901km
  • Le Havre: 904km
  • Oostende: 1069km
  • St Malo: 923km
  • Roscoff: 1053km
  • Santander: 738km
  • Bilbao: 629km

Things to see near to Aloha Village

Whilst staying at Aloha Village campsite why not find out what the local area has to offer. Exploring nearby towns and places of interest is a great way of making the most of your holiday in France.


Beziers can be found around 16km to the northwest of Aloha Village campsite and is a great place to visit. The city dates back to around 575BC and is one of the oldest cities in France.
The city is located at the centre of this fantastic wine producing region and is famous for it’s wine, historic buildings and monuments and the Beziers Feria. The Beziers Feria is one of the largest events in the region and is held each year in August. Over 1 million people travel to the city during the event to see the variety of music, cultural events, food and bullfighting.
As Beziers has been around so long it’s not surprising that the city boasts a large amount of history. As you wander through the streets you’ll be able to discover a variety of architecture from throughout the ages. The Cathedrale St Nazaire is located on top of the hill and dates back to the 13th and 14th centuries. The cathedral lies on the site of its predecessor which was destroyed in 1209 when it was burnt down with over 20,000 of the cities inhabitants still trapped inside. The tower at the cathedral provides a great viewpoint of the city and it’s surrounding area.

Grotte de Clamouse

The Grotte de Clamouse is a beautiful series of caves which are located 70km to the northeast of Aloha Village campsite. Discovered in around 1945 the caves have been designated as a site of picturesque and scientific note by the Ministry of Ecology. The caves are extra special due to the range of formations that lie within. As well as the usual types of stalactites and stalagmites, you’ll also discover other formations such as fistulas, draperies and many more. The stunning Cathedral du Temps also boast a light show which shows the caves in all their glory. Outside the caves you’ll find ample parking, a playground for children, a picnic area and even a snack shop so you can make the most of your day.


Narbonne is a pleasant city which lies approximately 37km to the southwest of Aloha Village campsite. Founded by the Roman Empire, Narbonne was once the provincial capital of the whole region and was a very important city for trade. This however changed over the coming decade as the prosperous harbour filled with silt and Narbonne became less important.
There is plenty to see in Narbonne including the unfinished Cathedral of Saint Just. It is the third largest Gothic building in France. The archbishops palace is also worth a visit with parts of the palace dating back to the 13th and 14th Centuries. There and also a variety of Roman antiquities in it’s two museums. Although once a major Roman city, there is only one main building left in existence being the Roman Horreum which is a grain warehouse that was built underground. On the whole Narbonne is a pleasant place to visit and a stroll through the streets and a visit to the famous indoor market are well worth while.

Cap d’Agde Aquarium

The Cap d’Agde Aquarium is located a short distance along the coast to the east of Aloha Village campsite and is well worth the visit. There are around 28 rock pools and aquariums where visitors can see a variety of sea creatures in their natural environment. This was the main principal behind the design of the aquarium and it is clear that they’ve succeeded in their aim.
Entry prices to the aquarium are very reasonable and you’ll be able to see a variety of fish and creatures such as octopi, sea horses, coral, jelly fish, venomous fish and of course sharks.

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