Le Grau-du-Roi is a seaside resort located on the Mediterranean near the Camargue geographical area. The town has very nice beaches with fine-grained sand stretching for miles. There are many restaurants and cafes located at the narrow streets. There are also fairs with local products.
We park at a very large parking lot nearby the town's center (P1; GPS: 43.535664, 4.140236). Another large parking lot is called Parking Arènes (P2; GPS: 43.538289, 4.140834). Such well designed parking spaces can only be envied. The local government did a good job there.
Le Grau-du-Roi has really great beaches - large and sandy. If anyone would like to take the opportunity and sunbathe a little or/and splash in the sea, this is the perfect place for this type of activities. Near the beaches we have a lot of places where we can eat and drink. You can also go towards the estuary of the Canal du Rhône à Sète passing along an interesting monument showing the mother and daughter waiting for the husband's return from fishing (A; GPS: 43.535501, 4.133992). There is a lot of traffic on the canal, various boats, catamarans, water scooters, etc. When we move along the canal towards the mainland along the Quai Colbert Street, we pass the old town buildings with narrow streets where the markets are often held (we just came across one of them). In the roadside stands you can buy fish and fresh seafood, and also have a good meal at nearby restaurants. Then you can go to the other side of the channel using the Pont Tournant bridge (B; GPS: 43.537561, 4.137387) and then walk towards the nearby marina of Le Grau-du-Roi (C; GPS: 43.540480, 4.137406).