With 11 Mediterranean beaches at cap d’Agde, you’re spoilt for choice!

From the naturist beach to the east of Cap d’Agde all the way to the tranquil beach at Tamarissiere, sun seekers are spoilt for choice with no less then 11 beaches to choose from.

The Languedoc Roussillon has a great reputation for clean well-kept beaches and Cap d’Agde is no different. With award winning blue flag beaches, Cap d’Agde makes the preservation of the environment and the comfort of beach guests a priority.

All roads and traffic are set far back away from the beaches, while at the same time parking is easy and convenient with plenty of spaces and wooden walkways leading to the beaches, suitable for wheelchairs and push chairs.

There are plenty of public conveniences, litter bins and easy signposting. Beach bars and restaurants are all just a stone’s throw away. And while you might just be there for the sand, sun and sea, you will appreciate the care that has been taken with the many green spaces that have been created around the beaches offering plenty of flora and fauna.

Cap d'Agde Beach © J.C. Meauxsoone - Motor boat off Cap d'Agde © Rey
at Le Cap d’Agde there are miles and miles of sandy beaches and all kinds of watersports and activities are available

For 14 kilometres of sandy beaches choose from the following:

The Naturist beach – 2km long and around 30 metres wide this impressive beach offers several restaurants. Be aware that nudism here is obligatory.

Plage de Roquille – One of Cap d’Agde’s largest and busier beaches. Wheel chair access and plenty of rented sun loungers and conveniences. Activities include wind surfing, water skiing kayaking, 8-person ski bus (BPJEPS certified), parascending, pedal boats fly fishing and sailing.

Le Mole – Just down from Plage de Roquille and very close to the centre of things this smaller beach, with fine white sand, has great access and is great for child and teenagers. Activities include sailing, scuba diving, windsurfing, beach volleyball, canoeing and sea-fishing.

Le Grande Conque – An atmospheric beach with dark sand and rugged scenery thanks to being hewn out of the volcanic lava flows of Mount St Loup. Great snorkelling.

La Plagette – A pretty little beach in a picturesque setting at the base of a cliff. This is the starting point for the underwater snorkeling trail.

Plage Richelieu – Beautiful long beach split into three areas, east, centre and west. The most well known of Cap d’Agde’s beaches with great access and pretty park spaces around it. Activities include catamarans, windsurfing lessons, sailing courses and water skiing

Richelongue Beach – the furthest west of Cap d’Agde’s main beaches. There are less apartments blocks and hotels and so the beach has a calmer feel. However there are also fewer amenities here. Again plenty of pretty green spaces bordering.

Baie de l’Amitie – As the name suggests “Friendship Bay” this small beach between Cap d’Agde and Grau d’Agde has a peaceful and welcoming feel to it.

Saint Vincent Plage – This small beach is set attractively in a cove just to the east of Grau d’Agde

Le Grau d’Agde Plage – This long beach serves the fishing village and smaller holiday resort of Grau d’Adge. It widens as it approaches the town centre and jetty with plenty of amenities. There are also lots to keep you busy with boat trips, sea fishing jet skis, kayaks, pedalos and cruises on the Canal du Midi.

La Tamarissiere – This lovely long beach is peaceful and bordered by a beautiful 200 year old pine forest. Great for kite and wind surfing.

Children at the beach © H. Comte - Cap d'Agde Beach detail © J.C. Meauxsoone
plenty of activities to keep the children occupied and endless days of sunshine for you to relax and enjoy

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For more information about beaches at Le Cap d’Agde, please visit the Cap d’Agde Tourist Office Website.

To book your holidays in Cap d’Agde, please visit our booking website.

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