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|Authorised motorhome service point and night stop|
|Aigues Mortes, Gard , Languedoc-Roussillon, France, 30220|
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|Open from Jan to Dec|
Parking 24 hours: 15:30
WC public : 0,30 €
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Very large gravelled car park with barrier entry and hourly parking charge. Very convenient for access to the walled medieval city with a range of touristy shops, cafes and restaurants.View all reviews by pathfinder
There was lots of room to park and its a great aire if you have dogs.
Visited end of May while fuel strikes on. Aire was busy and one section seemed to be barricaded accross with motorhomes and some caravans in?? Lovely place to visit but only stayed few hours as place didnt feel right. Not cheap either.View all reviews by montymotorhome
Now seems to be the only aire in town, not counting the service point at Intermarche, as the aire at Rue du Port now has signs saying parking for local residents only. Current prices are 15€.30 for 24 hours. Very handy for town. Good walking for dogs. Quite full even in April.View all reviews by hilaryann
Large gravel car park outside the fortified town of Aigues Mortes with dedicated area for motorhomes. The town is a tourist hotspot but even in August there were plenty of spaces available.View all reviews by admin
Great restuarants in the town around the market square with cooling mist sprays in the evening as it is meltingly hot during the day. Boat trip is recommended to see the flamingoes and local horesriders ranch skills.
Had a problem with the exit barrier which would not open even though we had paid but quick call on the intercom and we were sorted. There is another aire on the opposite side of town but seemed to be more exposed to the prevailing wind which may be a good or bad thing depending on how hot it is at the time you visit.