Port Camargue 

General Data


Dock Services


Port Camargue is located on the Gulf of the Lion Coast (Mediterranean France), in the municipality of le Grau-du-Roi, in Gard region.

It is the largest marina of Europe, developed like a small city hosting several services, shops and green areas.

The total numer of mooring placess is almost 5000, 2761 of which are located in the public harbour, 2239 in the private marina, while 200 places are reserved for transiting yachtsmen.

Sea bottoms depth varies from the entrance of the harbour to the quays, suitable for boats with a draught not greater than 3-4 metres. Entrance is marked by a specific channel, signaled by two red and green lights.

Anchorage is forbidden in the whole harbour and the area in front of it.

The harbour is well-sheltered from southern winds but northern winds can be dangerous, especially for those who moor at the front piers.

The marina is provided with drinkable water, electric charging columns, toilets, showers (accessible through a magnetic badge), a waste and exhausted oils collection area and bilge pumps.


The yard inside the harbour is equipped with three travelifts, respectively with a range of 5, 16 and 45 tons, three dry docks, a hauling zone, a mobile crane, a maintenance and cleaning area, a garaging area, a towing service, a mooring assistance service (on demand), a self-service gasoline and patrol station (24h/24 open).

The whole area is under video surveillance and protected by a night guardian service.

Moreover, customers can buy boats and boat accessories, enjoy sailing courses and diving excursions, rent a sailing/motor boat, a jet ski or a bike.

Port Camargue hosts several supermarkets, shops, parking lots, internet points and first-aid stations.

There are also very crowded and popular beaches in the surroundings. First of all, the beach of Le Grau-du-Roi, a large sandy beach located between La Camargue and Hérault beaches.

The beach has preserved its natural beauty and it is equipped with showers, toilets, shops and parking lots.

Plage su Nord and Plage du Sud are closer to Port de Camargue, while Espiguette beach is a little souther. It's a 18-kilometre-long sandy beach, surrounded by very high and wild dunes.

If you are looking for a quieter and wilder beach, we recommend to reach the Espiguette lighthouse, where there's a beautiful beach equipped with parking lots.