Saint-Pierre-la-Mer on the Mediterranean Sea

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A seaside village ideal for a family holiday: Saint-Pierre-la-Mer. Above all, there are beautiful, wild landscapes, an ideal place for outdoor sports and gliding activities. And not forgetting the wines of La Clape. Restaurants and cafes by the sea contribute to the great atmosphere, not to mention the famous open-air market.

The beautiful seaside resort of Saint-Pierre invites you to sunbathe. Just enjoy the sun, the wide beach and the market. In the summer offers a beach area, books and a variety of activities. Saint Pierre La Mer is one of the three units, together with the Languedoc village Fleury and the Cabans of Fleury, from which the community Fleury is composed.

Port of Saint-Pierre-la-Mer © Hugolesage Flamingos on the Etang de Pissevache © Hugolesage/cc-by-sa-3.0 Saint-Pierre-la-Mer-Hugolesage-cc-by-sa-3.0 L'Oeil Doux © Hugolesage/cc-by-sa-3.0 Place Vergnettes © Elmar J. Lordemann/by-nc-nd-3.0 © Tournasol7/cc-by-sa-3.0
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Flamingos on the Etang de Pissevache © Hugolesage/cc-by-sa-3.0
“Le gouffre de l’œil doux” is a magical place, protected by the Conservatoire du Littoral, you can discover the mountain lake on foot. Picnic in the shade of pines, visit the mini-farm, pony ride to visit the chasm. See you at the oustalet estate.

Saint Pierre La Mer is located in the Massif de Clape, which has become a famous AOC. At the Domaine d’Anglès you can discover white wines from old grape varieties. Wineries open their doors as at Mire l’étang, Combe des ducs or during the grape harvest. Every Monday wine tastings in front of the tourist office.

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