Camping Mer et Soleil au Cap d'Agde
Dom of Agde
Camping Mer et Soleil au Cap d'Agde
Lake of Salagou
Camping Mer et Soleil au Cap d'Agde
Dom of Béziers
Camping Mer et Soleil au Cap d'Agde

Our région

Le Languedoc

History and architecture enthusiasts, you will discover a varied and well preserved heritage:

Languedoc villages, medieval castles, cathedrals or Roman churches.

Travel on the Canal du Midi as you go by the river, to see the Land of Art and History of Pézenas, home of Molière’s stay or dive into the 2600 years of the City of Agde located between the sea, river and canal.

Enjoy the 23 km of sandy beach and the numerous attractions of the seaside resorts.

Follow the Wine Route and the Fishermen’s Route which invites you to share their “art of living” and pleasures of their territory. Taste the products of the sea and shellfish from the nearby Thau basin, but also our local delicious specialities.

A few must-see visits:

Some unforgettable visits

  • Agde: visit the old town, the bishopric, the fortified cathedral, and the communal glacière of agde….
  • The cliffs of Cap d’Agde: the site offers you an exceptional seafront to discover during a walk.
  • The underwater trail of Cap d’Agde: Discover with snorkelling the sauna, flora and underwater landscapes,
  • The Canal du Midi: a historic structure listed in the UNESCO World of Heritage Site, Canal du Midi connects the Atlantic to the Mediterranean Sea. On occasion a boat cruise with the Bateaux du Soleil or a walk on its shaded riverbanks, its exploration will mark your holidays.
  • Sète: harbour and coastal town located between the Etang de Thau and the Mediterranean Sea. Colorful and with its many canals, the city of Sète is also called the “Venice of Languedoc”. Discover its marine graveyard and visit its canals by boat or by kayak.
  • The Thau Lagoon: 18 km long and 5 km large, it is surrounded by small lively villages that benefits its resources. An important conchyculture centre and an aquaculture industry where you can taste oysters at any time.
  • Pézenas: The old town is a example of the architecture of the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries, and a flourishing centre of art and craftsmanship with its many flea markets.
  • Béziers: an oenopole in the heart of the vineyards the villages of Faugères, Saint Chinian, Minervois, Languedoc… The old town, nestled on a rock is a must-see with its fortified cathedral and its private hotels. The city is also famous for its alley P. Riquet and its féria of 15 August.
  • Cirque de Mourèze: A large gathering of dolomitic with paths, for walks in the heart of the imaginary giants (nearly300 hectares).
  • The Salagou lake: astonishing for its contrasts of colors, Bauxite red, blue of the lake, green of the vineyards and the pine trees, and its typical small villages of pastoral life.
  • The Hérault and Saint-Guilhem-le-Desert: Monastery and village not to be missed on the way of Santiago de Compostela.
  • Les Gorges d’Héric: walking tour in the Gorges d’Héric the canyons, waterfalls, emerald-coloured pools, waterfalls,…
  • The medieval city of Carcassonne: the greatest fortress of Europe with its fortifications and its ramparts, its 52 towers and its fortified gates.
Camping Mer et Soleil, Cap d'Agde, Méditerranée

Chemin de Notre Dame à Saint-Martin
F-34300 Cap d’Agde
Tél: +33(0)4 67 94 21 14


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