Montblanc is a village of 2,800 inhabitants, typical of the Languedoc plain where rows of vine stocks rub shoulders with pine woods and the Mediterranean scrubland. A village with very ancient origins, Montblanc is present in texts from the 12th century. By taking the narrow streets and the vaulted porches of the medieval center, you will discover numerous testimonies of the past, such as the "banal oven", the “consular house” which today houses the Tourist Office, and of course the Sainte-Eulalie church classified as a Historic Monument.


Located 10 kilometers away, discover the Country of Art and History of Pézenas. The city was labeled in 2002. Pézenas was a favorite place for Molière and his Théâtre. Its historic center retains the charm of its private mansions from the 17th and 18th centuries, its cobbled streets and its numerous bourgeois houses. Around Pézenas, you will discover wine estates offering quality wines. Artistic event, theatre, dance, music and art exhibition follow one another from May to October. The tourist office offers dramatized night tours in summer. In the heart of the Hôtel de Peyrat, “La Scénovision Molière” immerses you in the atmosphere of the 17th century to discover the life of Molière.

The city of Agde

The port town of Agde is 13 kilometers from your camping near Pézenas. The city of Agde was built with the volcanic stone of Mont Saint-Loup and is nicknamed “the black pearl”. The old town of Agde is home to private mansions and the lava stone Saint-Étienne Cathedral. Visiting the seaside resort of Cap d’Agde can be done by boat or catamaran.

The town of Béziers

Located 13 kilometers away, Béziers has more than 2,700 years of history. It all began with the settlement of a tribe on the banks of the Orb in the Neolithic era. During the Iron Age, Béziers was one of the main oppidas of Mediterranean Celtic. Archaeological excavations have revealed that Béziers was built by the Greeks in the 6th century BC. Béziers' reputation was built around viticulture, its rugby team and its feria

The Canal du Midi

This structure, built by Pierre-Paul Riquet in the 17th century, connects the Atlantic Ocean to the Mediterranean Sea and has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996.. Today, it is mainly used for tourism, leisure and housing. Rental of boats, restaurant boats, sightseeing boats or even barges converted into family accommodation, performance halls, etc. are to be discovered on the Canal du Midi. 

The Fonseranes locks

This major work of the Canal du Midi is located at the entrance to Béziers 25 km from our campsite. It has eight pools in an ovoid shape and nine doors which allow you to overcome a difference in height of approximately 25 meters, over a length of 315 meters. You will be captivated by this spectacle. traditional buildings such as the Coche d'eau, the stables or the lock keeper's house still remain there.


Built on the banks of the Mediterranean and the Etang de Thau, Sète is 44 km from the Camping Le Rebau. It is crisscrossed by numerous canals and is nicknamed the “Venice of Languedoc”. Birthplace of Georges Brassens and Paul Valéry, Sète can be visited on foot. Discover: the Espace Brassens, the Le Py cemetery, the Quartier Haut, the Paul Valéry Museum and the Royal Canal. 

The city of Montpellier

Located 60 kilometers from Camping Le Rebau, go to the city of Montpellier. This city is the perfect combination of old charm, with its pedestrian district of the Crest and modern practicality with its colorful trams. We particularly advise you to discover the Place de la Comédie, the Arc de Triomphe, the Promenade du Peyrou and the Jardin des Plantes. 

The Cévennes

In an hour's drive, you will be in the heart of the Cévennes, a green mountain range. numerous hikes and outdoor activities will be on the agenda for your days. Discover the unmissable sites of the Cévennes such as the Bambouseraie, the steam train, the Pont du Gard or even the local farmers' markets