Cap d'Agde is a uniquely contrasting resort with fine sandy beaches, basalt cliffs, rocky islets and conservation areas for walking and cycling.
For many years, the area has been the preserve of naturists, and anyone intending to visit here must expect to do so without clothing.
Cap d'Agde is one of the top naturist destinations in the Mediterranean basin. Wide open to the sea, the naturist village benefits from a choice site and offers numerous privileges: 2km of fine sand beaches (the main attraction of the naturist village), supervised swimming (rescue posts), activities in July and August (volleyball tournaments, beach racket, table tennis, children's games...) and all the comfort needed on the equipped beaches (mattresses and parasols, restaurants...), a marina, the pleasant Mediterranean climate...These ideal conditions have inspired the naturist spirit here. Those seeking a holiday in harmony with nature, favouring self respect and respect for others, can do so here, in a protected environment.
The nearby town of Agde, where naturism is not required, was founded by the Greeks around 2,500 years ago; they named it 'Agathe Tyché', which means 'Good Fortune'.
Bulle d'Accueil, BP544,
34300 Le Cap d'Agde.
Tel: 04 67 01 04 04