La Grande Motte
Besides its large sandy beaches and the sunny climate of the Mediterranean, La Grande Motte also offers an infinite variety of sports and leisure activities to fill your days as you please. Discover its qualities before immersing yourself in this unique atmosphere during your stay with us.
The region around La Grande Motte
Between its impressive Roman remains as well as numerous other testimonies to its past, Languedoc-Roussillon is a historical region where nature is omnipresent. Ideally located to allow you to fully appreciate the Occitane coasts and Provence, RESIDÉAL Bernard de Ventadour presents you with a thousand and one rewarding discoveries. Discover them in this video before living the dream.
Things to see and do in La Grande Motte
Outings at the beach
The resort of La Grande Motte is lined with beautiful sandy beaches. Feel free to explore them, swim, and relax!
Activities for children
In La Grande Motte, you will have no trouble finding activities that will delight your children: tree climbing, the water park, rides, the playground, game rooms, the Skate Park, mini golf, horseback riding, water sports, and much more.
Strolling in the resort
Wander the flowery paths of La Grande Motte and discover its unique architecture, each building highlighting its singularity in an aesthetic and surprisingly coherent ensemble.
Sports activities to practice in La Grande Motte and the surrounding area
Catamaran, sailboat, pedal boat, rowing, windsurf, kitesurf (our picture), jet-ski, parasailing, sea trips to name a few, La Grande Motte offers you the choice to enjoy the water in all possible ways.
Located just 1 km from RESIDÉAL, La Grande Motte has three golf courses designed by Robert Trent Jones Senior. Come and enjoy your favorite sport on 85 hectares of greens and fairways!
Things to discover around La Grande Motte
The Pont du Gard
Dating back almost 2,000 years, this Roman aqueduct with three levels is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Its exceptional architecture makes it a must to see for anyone visiting the region.
At the threshold of the resort, the Regional Natural Park of Camargue promises a change of scenery and discovery: its birds, horses, bulls and characteristic landscape are just a few aspects of this legendary land.
Just 12 km from La Grande Motte, visit Aigues-Mortes, the historic city from which Saint-Louis left for his two crusades, in 1248 and again in 1270. He initiated the construction of the ramparts which ended 30 years later under the reign of Philip the Fair.
Dominated by its church built in the eleventh and twelfth centuries, this emblematic Camargue town is also known for its annual gypsy pilgrimage (May 24), its Votive Feast in June, and its Feria du Cheval in mid-July.