Tourism in Cap d'Agde
Lovers of heritage, passionate of history, keen on nature, water sports enthusiasts or just those who want idleness, Cap d'Agde is your kingdom!
In the city of Agde, one of the oldest towns in France, go for a walk through the labyrinth of medieval little streets and admire the structures built with lava stone from which it gets the nickname of "Pearl of the Black Languedoc". Several institutions make you discover its rich past: the museum of the Ephèbe, dedicated to the history of navigation. The cathedral Saint-Etienne d'Agde, fortified Romanesque building, the church of Notre-Dame du Grau and the chapel of the Agenouillade (at Grau d'Agde). The town of Agde offers guided tours and activities for children - lots of them are free.
If you prefer nature to the city, go on the hiking trails to discover the Canal du Midi, the riverbanks of the Hérault, the nature reserve of Bagnas or even the slopes of the volcano of Mont Saint-Loup. A great diversity of landscapes that will seduce all nature lovers.
Watersports enthusiasts will have several choices. Between the Mediterranean Sea and the various rivers bordering it, Cap d'Agde is an ideal playground! Canoeing, rowing, kite-surfing, sailing, water-skiing, diving: discover the wide range of sports activities at your disposal. You can also enjoy the city's many sports facilities: tennis, golf, swimming pool, aqualand, horseback riding ... Or, for the more daring, you wil be able to initiate the parasailing!
For those who prefer to bubble in the sun, many beaches are available to you: blond sand or black sand, classical or naturist, in the city or in nature, you will easily find.
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