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Practical information about Cap d'Agde

Cap d'Agde in a few

Nestled between a sea and a volcano, Cap d'Agde is one of the treasures of Languedoc. Agde is located at the bottom of the volcano Mont Saint-Loup - this seaside resort has many attractive features: a heritage with character, a rich and diverse nature, the Mediterranean Sea for as far as the eye can see, an immense village entirely dedicated to naturism, as well as numerous tourist infrastructures, for adults and children: golf, aquarium, aqualand, etc ... Cap d'Agde also has a record sunshine, with 300 of sunny days per year. It has enough to guarantee you a dream holiday, combining relaxation, cultural and culinary discoveries, sport and nature! Stroll through the maze of the little streets of Agde in order to discover its art galleries and its exceptional heritage. Discover the very pretty fishing village of Grau d'Agde and its ancestral traditions, walk along the marina for a romantic stroll at sunset. Finally, for nature lovers, enjoy some 2 km of naturist beach. Forget the trouble of the city and come and revitalize yourself in one of the most beautiful resorts in the Languedoc region by booking your apartment rental or house rental on My home in Cap d'Agde.

How to get there?

Car: if you choose to come by car, you can take the A9 motorway, exit "Agde" via the D612 and the D612A.You can also take the motorway A75 which leads to Clermont-Ferrand by the D617, D612A, D13 and N9.


Train: from the guard of Agde, TGV makes daily journeys to Paris and Lille. More information: voyages-sncf.com/

Airport: Béziers-Cap d'Agde airport offers flights from Paris and Bastia, as well as from several European countries (Sweden, Norway, United Kingdom, etc.). More information on her website: bezierscapdagde.com

At 70 km from Cap d'Agde, Montpellier airport connects many French cities. Further details information: : montpellier.aeroport.fr/fr/passagers

You can also land in Nîmes (about 120km from Cap d'Agde), or in Carcassonne (same distance).

When should I come?

With 300 days of sunshine per year, the Cap d'Agde can be appreciated every season! In summer, enjoy its ideal climate, between 25 and 30 degrees, never scorching, which allows you to practice many outdoor activities. The city can also be discovered with happiness in the spring, where many festivities are organized (festivals of nature and nautical, championship of France of sail, etc ...). Autumn and winter allow you to visit the city away from the hustle and bustle of the tourist. You can even take "the last bath of the year" on the nudist beach!

Good to know!

Out of respect for its guests, the naturist village of Cap d'Agde is regulated: on your arrival, you will have to fill a form to obtain your access card. Full nudity is compulsory and films and photographs are not allowed.