This Languedoc seaside town was developed in the 60s and now has the 3rd largest marina in Europe. Between the Mediterranean and the Pyrenees, it enjoys outstanding levels of sunshine throughout the year, with warm summers and mild winters.
The “Radiant Coast”
Surrounded by nature
The Radiant Coast proposes a new kind of “blue and green” tourism that offers many different ways of travelling and exploring this part of the Mediterranean. Wherever you go, you can see the majestic Mount Canigou, the Catalans’ sacred mountain, with, at its feet, the Gulf of Lions Marine Nature Park: 4000 km² of sea bordering 12 coastal towns, including Saint Cyprien.
A wide range of protected marine species. At the heart of the Marine Nature Park, this unspoilt coast, with its unfettered winds, sand dunes and natural vegetation, is strangely similar to its American cousin, the Hamptons.
The ideal seaside getaway
A unique region
Saint Cyprien offers the perfect escape to a protected environment on the shores of the Mediterranean. Here, you can explore a unique, little-known region that still has its secrets. Les Bulles de Mer is for people looking to quietly disappear for a while, breathe in the salt sea breezes, reach up and touch the bright blue sky … and simply relax.