1 / Where can I print my train / plane ticket?

You can use the multimedia library's computers to access your mailbox or print from a USB key.

2 / How to know the openings of the Clape massif?

By prefectural decree, it is possible that the massif is closed on windy days in summer. This decision is not taken by the municipality and can vary from one day to the next. The Tourist Office is informed of closures daily and will be able to answer you at the start of the day. Also, subscribe quickly to the Telegram account of Gruissan Tourisme!

3 / Where can I park my motorhome?

During the day, in accessible public car parks (off classified site), between 22 p.m. and 7 a.m. in one of the three areas (opening dates and prices depending on the time of year) or on a campsite (depending on opening : in season, between April and October)

4 / How to know the temperature of the water?

In summer, the first-aid stations read the water temperature every morning when it opens around 11 a.m. and display it on site. It is also available on the updated weather sheet and displayed every day at the Tourist Office and at the Harbor Master's Office.

5 / Is there a charge for parking?

All public car parks are free in Gruissan. There are a few "blue zones" where parking time is limited. Don't forget your disc!

6 / What are the culinary specialties of Gruissan?

Eel bourride for the savory dish. It is served in some restaurants in season (September / October). And the famous pine nut tart for dessert available in some bakeries / pastry shops!

7 / Where can we see the “37 ° 2 Le Matin” chalet?

You haven't seen the movie! We're not going to spoil you ... but what is certain is that it no longer exists.

8 / Are there shuttles to go to the beach?

Yes, in July and August, specific lines allow you to reach the beaches of the chalets and Ayguades: € 1,20 / journey or € 9 for a booklet of 10 tickets (on sale at the Tourist Office) Timetables available at: citibus.fr or at the Tourist Office.

9 / Where can we see the flamingos?

They are numerous on the ponds of the village, of the Ayrolle and in the salt marshes out of season. But in summer, they are rarer. Prefer not too hot periods (morning and end of the day) to enjoy the show, keeping your distance to respect nature.

10 / Where can we go to the beach with a dog?

The beaches of Gruissan are closed to dogs all year round. The closest for your pooch is at
the entrance to Narbonne-plage: in the natural niche area, just after Les Ayguades. However, since the summer of 2021, an experimentation area has been accessible at Grazel beach in Gruissan, check the signs.

11 / Where can I get a free wifi connection?

3 networks are available: TOURIST OFFICE - PORT and CITY which allow you to benefit from 1 / 2h of
free connection per 24h. You will have to resend an SMS with a security code.

12 / What is the nearest station?

This is the Narbonne station, 15km from Gruissan. It is served by a regular bus.