Cap d'Agde is a seaside resort located in the Hérault department in southern France. The main beach in Cap d'Agde, Plage de Rochelongue, is a long, sandy beach with crystal clear waters, perfect for swimming and sunbathing. The town also has a marina with a variety of restaurants and bars, offering a range of culinary delights. A range of accommodations, from hotels to apartments and campgrounds, are available for visitors to choose from.
Cap d'Agde is renowned for its extensive naturist resort, known as the Village Naturiste, the largest of its kind in the world, attracting tourists from around the world. Positioned at the north-eastern edge of Cap d'Agde, the Village Naturiste is a self-contained town often referred to as the "Naked City," where nudity is both legal and commonplace. Accessible through a gated entrance or from the public beach to the east, the resort features a 2 km (1 mi) beach, a bustling marina, accommodations for 2,500 campers, apartment complexes, hotels, shops, restaurants, nightclubs, bars, and various essential facilities like post offices and banks.
Cap d’Agde amenities include parking, toilet, shower, loungers and parasol.
Best bars near Cap d’Agde include La Cigale, Le Pub Z, Le Thoma's Bar-resto Anthony, Le Palm Beach and GT Bar.
Best restaurants near Cap d’Agde include Restaurant Les Roches Marines, La cabane du mail, La Moule En Folie and Le Palmier d'Or.
Best nightclubs near Cap d’Agde include Bora Club, Cubanos Club Famous Discothèque, Amnésia Cap D'Agde and Hush Ultra Premium Club Discothèque.
Visitor reviews highlight that the beach has beautiful black sand and great views. Visitors like the option for snorkeling and walking down to the beach from the rocks. However, some visitors report that the water can be dirty with things floating around and there are no public shower options or toilets.