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Tourism in Cap d’Agde

Located 4 kilometers from the legendary Hérault seaside resortLe Cap d’Agde has all the ingredients to brighten up any holiday: beautiful sandy beaches for swimmers and water sports enthusiasts, high-quality leisure facilities, a wide range of activities for young and old, a beautiful heritage and cycle paths for the whole family to cycle freely along the seafront and inland during your stay. tourism Cap d’Agde. From the Cap d’Agde campsite, you can stroll along the Hérault river and the Canal du Midi.

The beaches of Cap d’Agde

With its 14 km of beaches close to the campsite and its mild Mediterranean climate, Cap d’Agde is an attractive seaside resort. From the Baie de l’Amitié beach to the naturist beach and the black sandy Grande Conque beach, the commune is home to 9 beaches divided by the old port. Don’t forget to visit them all with Cap d’Agde tourism.

To the west of the port, towards Le Grau d’Agde, you’ll find 3 sandy beaches: Richelieu (the largest, popular with families), Rochelongue and Baie de l’Amitié. They’re all well-equipped (parking lots, restaurants, surveillance posts, showers, changing rooms) and linked by pleasant footpaths.

On the east side, towards Marseillan, you’ll find La Plagette, La Grande Conque, La Plage des Falaises, La Plage du Môle, La Plage de la Roquille and La Plage Naturiste. La Grande Conque, the most original, is protected by high cliffs of volcanic origin. If you’re looking for a discreet cove away from the summer crowds, Les Falaises beach is the place to go.

5 must-do activities in Cap d’Agde

  • Water sports: The beaches of Cap d’Agde are home to several water sports centers. From kayak rental to windsurfing lessons, you can enjoy a wide range of water sports, including stand-up paddle, sailing, scuba diving, water skiing, jet-skiing, fishing and sea excursions… sea trips you can observe the volcanic cliffs and get up close to the fort de Brescouvisible from the port when you visit to Cap d’Agde.
  • Spend a day at Aqualand: The resort boasts the Île aux Loisirs (Leisure Island) on the Mediterranean coast, with several theme parks including Aqualand, one of the leading water parks in the south of France. The 14 attractions for young and old alternate thrills for adventurers like the Black Hole and Boomerang, with zones designed for toddlers like Children Paradise. As in all Aqualand parks, attractions are divided into several categories: “Family”, “Sensations” and “Kids”. You’ll find all the facilities you need for an enjoyable day out with the family (store, bar-restaurant, changing rooms, parking lot, solarium…).
  • Take the little train: If you’re looking for an original alternative to cycling to explore the city center and the coastline, climb aboard the Cap d’Agde little train ! The delightful steam locomotive offers passengers three routes with several departure times per day: Cap d’Agde Ouest, Cap d’Agde Est and the ascent of Mont Saint-Loup, undoubtedly the most impressive with its unobstructed views over the Etang de Thau, the Camargue and the Mediterranean.
  • Luna Park and golf: The Luna Park amusement park, casino and 27-hole international golf course are also among Cap d’Agde’s top attractions.

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