Cap d’Agde

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Le Cap d'AgdeLE CAP D’AGDE

Between the port and the beaches, Le Cap d’Agde offers several different holiday districts, whose architecture in the traditional colours of Languedoc villages blends harmoniously with the beauty of the natural environment. Bringing the best of the Mediterranean. View video.

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Agde, the Greek CityAGDE, THE GREEK CITY

As early as the 5th Century B.C., the Phocaeans and then the Greeks shaped the city of “Agathé Tyché” (Good Fortune). Over the centuries, thanks to maritime trade, Agde became a prosperous city, which today boasts 26 centuries of history and many archaeological treasures.

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Le Grau d'AgdeLE GRAU D’AGDE

The authentic charm of a traditional fishing village. Situated on the left bank of the River Hérault, this picturesque little village with a friendly family atmosphere has retained all the charm and colour of a traditional seaside resort; a bustling and authentic village.

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 LA TAMARISSIÈRELa Tamarissière

Situated on the coast, opposite the Grau d’Agde, in the shade of a two-hundred-year-old pine forest, la Tamarissière is an oasis of peace and tranquillity in a preserved natural environment; the ideal place for holidays close to nature, right on the sea shore.

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Beaches and the seaBEACHES AND THE SEA

From the beach to the east of Cap d’Agde all the way to the tranquil beach at Tamarissiere, sun seekers are spoilt for choice with no less then 11 beaches to choose from. The Languedoc Roussillon has a great reputation for clean well-kept beaches and Cap d’Agde is no different. View video.

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Le Grau d'AgdeNATURE

One of the lesser-known facts about Le Cap d’Agde Mediterranean resort is that the municipality is strongly committed to ensuring that the resort lives up to an eco-friendly ethos to ensure the long-term sustainability of the wonderful natural assets of the area.

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Culture and Heritage

CULTURE AND HERITAGE

With a history dating back 2600 years, and its location at the mouth of the Herault River where it meets the Mediterranean, the city of Agde’s heritage is impregnated with two key elements: water and religion.

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Leisure and EntertainmentLEISURE AND ENTERTAINMENT

For many holidaymakers, visiting Le Cap d’Agde is a chance to relax and unwind. Put your feet up with a good book on the beach, go for a swim and eat out in the evening. The number of things to do in Le Cap d’Agde are almost endless. View video.

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