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Marseillan Plage - a beach resort on the Med

Marseillan Plage is a great beach resort situated right on the lovely Mediterranean coast in the south of France. It is the coastal part of the town of Marseillan (Marseillan Property Guide), which lies a little distance inland, on the shores of the lagoon known as the Étang de Thau. While Marseillan is an ancient fishing port, with old buildings and an historical feel, Marseillan Plage offers all the fun of a modern resort town, with excellent holiday facilities and a lively ambience. (The population given here includes that of Marseillan.)

Perfect for holidays

If you want a holiday base in the south of France you would have to look far afield to go past Marseillan Plage. The situation is perfect, and the region really does offer something to keep everyone happy, no matter what their ages or interests. The resort itself has lots of shops, restaurants and entertainment, and of course there is one of the best beaches on the Med to enjoy on those long sunny summer days.

Fantastic for families

Marseillan Plage is very proud of its beaches, and keeps them clean and safe for all the family. The sands are cleaned daily, and the long sloping beaches mean that everyone, from toddlers to adults, can enjoy a paddle or a swim without getting out of their depth. With at least four lifeguards on duty at any one time too, Marseillan Plage is the perfect place for a family beach holiday.

Fun for all

Escaping the children for a while is another benefit offered by the resort, as children's clubs and organised sports activities will keep them happy and occupied giving the adults time to really relax. Adults shouldn't feel left out of the fun either, as you can take part in beach sports such as volleyball or even relapse into childhood and try building sandcastles, swim, sail, surf or just sunbathe.

Harbour life

Marseillan Plage harbour lies at the mouth of the Grau de Pisse Saumes, at the point where it joins the Mediterranean Sea, and with its 165 moorings for pleasure craft provides a hub of activity and a colourful spectacle even if you don't take to the water yourself. There is something about a harbour on the Med that enlivens any scene, and a sense of life being lived to the full permeates the resort.


Marseillan Plage has a great variety of night-life, with bars, restaurants, clubs and cafés to suit all tastes and pockets. You can cosy up in an intimate little brasserie and enjoy the superb cuisine and wines of the south of France, or dance the night away in a club or disco. Take your pick according to your mood, and rest assured that you will never be bored.

Around the region

The Languedoc region of southern France is historically one of the richest and most interesting in the country. With its Cathar heritage you can be sure that there will always be something new to discover, and there are a myriad of fascinating places to visit near Marseillan Plage. The fairytale city of Carcassonne is within easy reach for an enjoyable day out, as are the region's numerous castles and ancient villages. The area is one of the most prolific and oldest wine producing regions in France too, so if you have an interest in wine, grab the chance to take a tour of the vineyards and learn about the age old processes that transform the humble grape into the nectar of the Gods.

How to get there

Getting to Marseillan Plage is very straightforward, as the area is well supplied with accessible airports offering direct flights from the UK with a variety of airlines and departure points. Montpellier is served by easyJet and Ryanair; Perpignan is served by Ryanair, bmibaby and flybe; Toulouse by British Airways, easyJet, bmi, Jet2 and flybe; and Carcassonne by Ryanair. There's another option too, with the TGV running into both Montpellier and Toulouse. Drivers will find the resort easily from the D612 after leaving the A9 motorway.

Property prices and availability in and around Marseillan Plage

Property on the Med is usually on the expensive side of average, but even if you are on a bit of a budget you should be able to find an apartment or small house in Marseillan Plage that doesn't break the bank. The good news is that rental values are pretty good here, so it is often possible to recoup some of the costs by letting out your property when you are not there yourself.

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Marseillan Plage AT A GLANCE

WHERE IS Marseillan Plage?

Marseillan Plage is located in the central south of France, on the Mediterranean coast. It lies in the south of the Hérault department.

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Population: 6,199

Access: By air: Fly to Montpellier, Perpignan, Toulouse or Carcassonne with a choice of airlines including budget airline Ryanair. By rail: The TGV runs into Toulouse and Montpellier, so train travel is an excellent way to reach Marseillan Plage.

Economy: The economy is almost entirely based on tourism.

Interesting fact: The beaches of Marseillan Plage are some of the safest and best in the region, as they are cleaned every day, staffed by four lifeguards and have a natural gentle slope into the sea, allowing you and your family to relax with total peace of mind.

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