Domaine de la Yole

Domaine de la Yole occupies a wonderful location 400 meters from a beautiful sandy beach on the south coast of France, bordering the Mediterranean sea and is the perfect place for a family camping holiday.

Domaine de la Yole

The campsite is perfect for families of all ages offering a great range and variety of activities and facilities such as a multi sports pitch, mini golf and even cycle hire.

Why we recommend booking Domaine de la Yole:

  • Drive or fly holiday location.
  • Near to a fantastic beach.
  • Warm sunny climate.
  • Lots of great attractions nearby.
  • Great swimming pool complex.

The pool complex at is especially popular with guests. Not only does it boast 4 impressive swimming pools but also a range of water slides and chutes, a sauna, spa jacuzzi and even a solarium.

To compliment the campsites excellent range of activities, it also provides a great variety of facilities. These include places to eat, a bar and evening entertainment in high season.

Distance to Domaine de la Yole campsite:

  • Zeebrugge: 11073km
  • Caen Ouistreham: 920km
  • Calais: 1155km
  • Dieppe: 917km
  • Le Havre: 914km
  • Oostende: 1072km
  • St Malo: 926km
  • Roscoff: 1065km
  • Santander: 712km
  • Bilbao: 605km

Things to see near to Domaine de la Yole

Whilst staying at Domaine de la Yole 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.


Europark is at Vias Plage approximately 23km to the northeast of Domaine de la Yole campsite. It is the largest fixed positioned fair ground in France and if you want to feel the thrill of the rides then this is the place to come. Europark is only open during the evenings and there are a great variety of different rides and fairground attractions covering a whopping 6 hectares. Prices are reasonable for this type of attraction and rides featured include pony rides, toy trains, go carts and other similar rides for younger children along with the largest roller coaster on the south coast of France, the river ride, ejection seat and many more for the thrill seekers amongst you. You’ll also find a variety of take away establishments and a restaurant at Europark just in case you feel a little hungry.

Aigues Mortes

Aigues Mortes lies further afield than many other attractions, at around 106km. We highly recommend you take the time to pay it a visit.
This wonderful 13th Century fortified city once stood nearer to the sea but as the waters became filled with silt the city eventually became set further back. The city is surrounded by spectacular ramparts and the city has many historical monuments held within its walls. The main things to see at Aigues Mortes are the stunning ramparts, the Tower of Constance, the Saint Louis square and the church of Notre Damn des Sablons. Those looking for a little more should take a stroll around the cities streets. Here you’ll be able to discover a variety of medieval buildings, shops and cafes.


In the opposite direction to Aigues Mortes you’ll find Carcassonne, one of the most famous places in the south of France. Located around 86km to the west of Domaine de la Yole campsite, Carcassonne is classified as a world heritage site by UNESCO and it’s not that hard to understand why.
Carcassonne is made up of two distinct parts, La Cite, which is the old medieval part and the newer city. Although you’ll find plenty to do within the newer part of Carcassonne, the majority of people visit the city for the medieval La Cite. The best view of the La Cite is from the old bridge or Pont Vieux which straddles the rive Aude. Here you’ll get a fantastic view of this wondrous medieval fortress. Once inside you’ll be able to discover the wonders of the castle with all it’s glorious architecture with plenty of great views from the ramparts, battlements and towers.

Aqualand Cap d’Agde

Aqualand is located at Cap d’Agde which is around 32km to the east of Domaine de la Yole campsite.
This fantastic watermark is great for all members of the family with a variety of slides, chutes and pools.
Although Aqualand is not cheap it is worth the visit whilst staying in the south of France. As these types of water park are so good, they are extremely popular and can become quite busy during high season. Although you’ll find queues at Aqualand, we recommend you purchase your entry ticket the day before you intend on going as this will save you having to wait prior to entry.