Drop off your suitcases at our small family campsite in Cap d'Agde and set off 15 kilometers away, in the charming town of Sète. The birthplace of Georges Brassens will not fail to amaze and surprise you. Discover its city center with its many seafood restaurants and climb to the top of Mont Saint-Clair, to get a superb view of the sea, the Thau lagoon and the city.
In Agde and Cap d’Agde
The city of Agde is often nicknamed the “black pearl of the Mediterranean” because of its numerous basalt stone constructions. The city center of Agde is less than 5 kilometers from our charming campsite. We advise you to visit the remains of the ramparts and the various gates which delimit the ancient Greek city, as well as the Saint-Étienne Cathedral, dating from 872.
During your getaway to the “Les Jardins d’Agathe” campsite, you will enjoy being able to relax and sunbathe on the different beaches of Cap d’Agde. The most famous and well-known beaches are: Grande Conque, Richelieu, Môle, Tamarissière, Rochelongue, Saint-Vincent and Grau d’Agde. Our campsite, with swimming pool and water slide in Cap d'Agde, is less than a kilometer from the beach.
The city crisscrossed by canals Sète
Its nine locks Beziers
Just 20 kilometers from the “Les Jardins d'Agathe” campsite, discover the city of Béziers and all its treasures. Above all, you should not miss the Fonseranes locks, a technical feat of the 17th century, directly linked to the construction of the Canal du Midi. During your stay in Béziers, we advise to visit the site and the museum of Ensérune which traces the history of Gaul, the modern arenas and the Saint-Nazaire cathedral.
Small town of charm and tradition Pézenas
Stroll through the city center which has retained its charm of yesteryear with its large 17th century houses. Some monuments stand out from the landscape and will intrigue you: the Collegiate Church of Saint-Jean, the Church of Saint-Jean-de-Bébian and the Saint-Ursule Church. The history of the city of Pézenas is linked to that of Molière. Indeed, Molière would have been inspired by certain places to create the characters of his famous plays.
Its famous Place de la Comédie Montpellier
During your stopover at Cap d'Agde, do not miss Montpellier located 60 kilometers away. As you stroll through the alleys of Montpellier, you will enjoy strolling on the Place de la Comédie with its Fountain of the Three Graces and its theater. Discover the Écusson district and the Beaux-Arts district. The two unmissable monuments of the city are the Arc de Triomphe and the medical school, one of the oldest in France still in operation.
Unmissable places Carcassonne
We invite you to discover the city of Carcassonne, located 110 kilometers from our charming campsite in Cap d'Agde. Discover the city of Carcassonne and its surroundings with its Comtal castle, the Saint-Nazaire basilica, the Pont Vieux, the Bastide Saint-Louis, the Cérès Franco museum, the Cabresprine chasm, the Limousis cave, the Cavayère lake and the Canal du Midi.