Le Cap d’Agde, a capital resort to the rhythm of your holidays.
Cap d’Agde is a young and dynamic seaside resort designed for an unforgettable holiday. It is the very representation of the art of living in the Languedoc style, it is divided into different districts where pine forests and oleanders mix, calm or lively to choose your atmosphere.
This Mediterranean resort with its local colours was designed in the 1960s, these harmonious developments around the marina give a very Languedoc style.
Cap d’Agde for a quality holiday, a certified destination.
- The “Heritage of the 20th century” label was awarded to Cap d’Agde for its architectural qualities.
- Cap d’Agde is also one of the “Famille Plus” destinations. This national label designates holiday destinations that take care of children and their parents and guarantee a family-friendly welcome and activities.
As for nature, you are not to be outdone. Classified as a Natura 2000 site, the Cap Agathois coastline is a paradise for those who love the great outdoors and protected natural areas: the Hérault River, the Bagnas ponds, the Canal du Midi and the exceptional “Posidonies du Cap d’Agde” of flowers under the sea.
The must-see attractions of Cap d’Agde
Naturist beaches and the village
Cap d’Agde is the first naturist destination in the Mediterranean basin. Open to the sea, the naturist village has 2 km of beaches with developed beaches, a marina and a real small completely autonomous village: shops, restaurants, bars, nightclubs, banks, supermarkets… Lover of freedom, you are in the right place.
La Grande Conque Beach
A unique and spectacular place! A cove carved by the sea in volcanic stone, bordered by black sand.
The tip of the cliff offers an exceptional view of the Cap d’Agde, and the entire coastline.
From the sea as far as the eye can see, you will be amazed, to be discovered at all seasons.
The other “blond sandy” beaches
Furnished or natural you will surely find the beach you need for your holidays in Cap d’Agde. The mole, the beach of la roquille or Rochelongue and Richelieu.
Fort Brescou stands on its islet one kilometre off Cap d’Agde, this former prison is accessible by boat but visits to the fort are currently prohibited. The site is awaiting restoration, a foundation has been created for funding.
Cap d’Agde marina
Labelled “Ports Propres en Languedoc-Roussillon”, the port of Cap d’Agde also holds the “Blue Flag”, and its many modern sites and equipment make it a marina of Cap d’Agde very popular with boaters. It is also the place to go for a walk and go shopping, drink a small cocktail, cool off with an ice cream and go out for a bite to eat…
Don’t wait any longer and enjoy all that Cap d’Agde has to offer !