Le Front de Mer

Avenue Du Grau

All-day holiday fun that continues into the night? Camping Le Front de Mer is the answer to your holiday search!.

New to our family of parcs for 2016, this site is all about summer days at the pool or beach, followed by lively evening entertainment including themed nights and shows, particularly in July & August. The tropical-inspired pool complex is landscaped with large rock features, palm trees and includes a large lagoon-shaped pool, shallow area for little ones, new covered pool and a mega 9 waterslides. There is a large outdoor bar area that overlooks the pool and sits alongside the stage where evening entertainment takes places. Beyond poolside fun, there are a variety of sports activities available or you can take a short walk (200 metres) to the beach.

  • Facilities

    Outdoor Pool

  • Directions


    Le Front de Mer Campsite Avenue du Grau, 66700, Argeles-sur-Mer

    GPS Co-ordinates 42.546861 3.046778

    Nearest Airport

    Perpignan - 36km

    Recommended Port

    Bilbao - 687km

  • Charges

    Service Charge £7.50 per unit per night
    Facilities Passes FREE
    Peak Date Supplement: £3.50 per person per break Apr 3, 17, May 29, Jul 3, 10, Oct 23; £6 per person per break Apr 6, 10, 13, May 22, 25, Jul 17, Aug 28, Oct 26
    PAY ONLY £15.00 Jun 12, 15, 19

  • Attractions


    A trip just down the coast to the Catalan town of Collioure is a must! The picturesque harbour here has long been popular with artists and the colourful town offers shops, bars and cafes. It's also regarded as one of the sunniest and warmest summer spots in France!


    Argelès is great for sightseeing. You can see the region’s heritage and culture at the 'Notre Dame dels Prats’, 'La Casa l’Albera’ arts and tradition museum, 'La Massane tower’ and 'Valmy Castle’. You can also get a taste of the French culture at the modern port or in the pleasant market town of Argelès Ville.


    For a great way to see the striking Pyrénées there is a tourist train from Villefranche-de-Conflent. The town itself is beautiful, it's an 11th century medieval town fortified by Vauban, with narrow streets hiding local craftsmen and picturesque shops. The little yellow train takes you on one of the greatest railway journeys in the world. Tickets can be bought through SNCF.

    Aqualand St Cyprien

    Aqualand at St Cyprien is fun for all of the family. It is a large water park with an excellent selection of pools and slides, including the high adrenaline Nigara, Black Hole and Space Navigator! There's also a great kids adventure zone and mini park for toddlers.


    Set on a pretty bay, just north of the Spanish border, this popular resort has a blue flag beach and plenty of seafront bars and restaurants. Its well know for the local wines and so stop at a cave and can enjoy wine tasting.

    Argelès Aventure and Canyoning

    Argelès Aventure offers lots of high wire circuits with zip lines, cargo nets and tarzan jumps, which are suitable for children over the age of 9. Canyoning Park, on the same site, is designed to be like a natural canyon which you explore by tobogganing, abseiling down waterfalls and sliding into the water along zip lines.

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