Cap d'Agde is superbly
sited on the Mediterranean coast of the Herault departement in Languedoc-Roussillon.
It is a region with superb scenery and a magnificent cultural heritage with
many reminders of its rich past in its architecture and historic monuments.
With numerous pedestrian
and cycle-only tracks covering nine miles along the coast and through pine-woods,
Cap d'Agde has carefully maintained its delightful Mediterranean atmosphere
Water-based activities such
as jet-skiing, motorboats for hire, parascending, fishing, windsurfing,
scuba-diving, water-skiing, sailing and sea cruises... whatever your favourite
nautical activity you are sure to enjoy yourself in Cap d'Agde.
A bustling, exciting marina,
surrounded by superb Mediterranean scenery and vegetation, numerous beaches
within easy reach, and all the sports and leisure activities you could wish
for, provide for a magnificent sporting holiday.
The coast consists of a chain
of coastal lakes running north-east to the Camargue, with the port of Site
less than fifteen miles away and the regional capital, Montpellier some
thirty-five. Inland to the north are numerous picturesque villages and historic
sites, and many magnificent unspoilt mountains.
The famous Canal du Midi,
classified part of our World Heritage by UNESCO, runs west via Beziers,
Narbonne and Carcassonne... towns with a long and proud history.