Serignan Plage Nature - Beach - The beach near the campsite

A lovely naturist beach next to the campsite!

On Le Sérignan Plage Nature, you can make the most of direct access to the Les Orpellières beach, considered by some naturism enthusiasts as the loveliest beach in the region. Clean and tranquil, this is particularly enjoyed for its sandy beach and gently sloping swimming access. A further attraction of this superb beach: it is supervised by lifeguards from mid-June to mid-September!

                    Serignan Plage Nature - Beach - On the beach as a family

Located a stone’s throw from the Les Orpellières nature reserve, the beach adjoining the campsite enjoys a rich biodiversity and a very wide variety of landscapes The dunes on-site are the highest in the Occitanie region, and these have numerous, sometimes rare, plant species, such as Mediterranean sea lavender or sea holly. Very well preserved, the Les Orpellières beach offers holidaymakers on Le Sérignan Plage Nature, a unique and particularly restful setting.

Serignan Plage Nature - Beach - Path between the beach and the campsite

During the summer season, the water can sometimes reach temperatures going up to 22°C! For swimming, be aware that the naturist beach running alongside the campsite has a gentle slope, enabling you to go into the water in relative calm. In addition, it is supervised by lifeguards from mid-June to mid-September to ensure everyone’s safety. The most sensitive to the cold will enjoy the soft, fine sand on this beach, which proves ideal to put down your towel, and make the most of a moment of idleness.


A magnificent Naturist beach in the Hérault!

Serignan Plage Nature - Beach - View of the beach

A superb protected area, the Les Orpellières nature reserve site and its beaches have been listed with the Natura 2000 designation, and are subject to protection and conservation measures for animal and plant species! Access to the naturist beach adjoining Le Sérignan Plage is via a delightful short path, which does not change the nature of the surrounding countryside. It even enables you to discover some of the biodiversity on-site.