Cap d'Agde, Hérault

Cap d’Agde is in the department of Hérault, which borders onto Aude.

Set on a promontory on the Méditerrancan at the top corner of a long, sweeping bay, Cap d'Agde is one of the biggest leisure ports on this coast.

A continuation of Agde, a couple of kilometres inland, until the 1970s Agde consisted of just a few holiday houses. Developed from then, it is now a modern port, with an active fish quay, moorings for a seemingly endless number of yachts, and a full range of nautical services.

To the north of Cap d'Agde is the naturist village - Port Nature, Port Ambonne, Heliopolis and Port Venus - with a mile of beach and many businesses.

Cap d'Agde harbour
Cap d'Agde Harbour
Marina at Cap d'Agde
Cap d'Agde Marina
Cap d'Agde couple on bench
Couple on a bench
Fishing boats at Cap d'Agde
Fishing boats
Mediterranean coast at Cap d'Agde
Mediterranean coast
Cap d'Agde marina
The marina at Cap d'Agde
Plage de la Grande Conque Cap d'Agde
Plage de la Grande Conque
Fishing boat Cap d'Agde
Fishing boat leaving Cap d'Agde
Cap d'Agde harbour and Fort Brescou
Harbour and Fort Brescou
Rue de l'Estacade Cap d'Agde restaurants
Restaurants on Rue de l'Estacade