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Located in the Languedoc-Roussillon-Midi-Pyrénées region, only 10 kilometres from Montpellier, Palavas-les-Flots is an ideal marina to enjoy the Gulf of Lions and the Mediterranean Sea thanks to the Palavas-les-Flots boat rental.
Labelled Blue Flag and Clean Port, the port of Palavas-les-Flots works to offer a memorable experience to boaters thanks to its quality services: 1,100 anchorages, 50 of which are for passing boats, fresh water, electricity, sanitary facilities/showers, internet, petrol station, black water pump and waste collection.
On site, enjoy water activities such as jet-skiing, canoeing, kite surfing, scuba diving or parachuting; or let yourself be charmed by the stretches of fine sandy beaches that line the coast.
A hiking enthusiast and nature lover, Palavas-les-Flots is full of places to explore, such as the ascent of the Pic du Loup to enjoy a breathtaking view.
At the end of the day, if you want to have fun, there are several options: take a break and attend free concerts in the city, enjoy the thrills of the Luna Park amusement park or take a stroll through the night markets held every Friday in the summer.
From Palavas-les-Flots to Grau-du-Roi, passing by Carnon and La Grande-Motte, the stretches of beaches follow one another one by one to the delight of boaters.
On board a boat, explore the pond that leads to Carnon and admire the Flamingos or Egrets facing the setting sun. A real show.
Continue your navigation towards La Grande-Motte and discover its original pyramid-shaped architecture and pine forests, then sail towards Le Grau-du-Roi; destinations combining the dynamism of shops and the tranquility of nature.
Rent a boat in Palavas-les-Flots and let yourself sail from the canal to Sète. This city called "La Venise du Languedoc" finds its specificity in the canals that cross it and its colorful facades, and will seduce you with its natural resources, the authenticity of its fishing port and the many coves where you can stop over.
If you want to escape the large populated beaches, discover quieter places like the Plagette, a picturesque little beach sheltered from the cliffs at Cap d'Adge.
Explore also the Grande Conque: this cove carved by the sea into the volcanic cliff is considered one of the most beautiful sites in the city and will charm you with its black sandy beach and transparent waters.