A campsite near Sète and Cap d’Agde
Agde, the "Good Town". Founded by the Ancient Greeks, “Agathé Polis” (Αγαθή πόλις, ancient Greek for “good town”) has a very long history that gradually transformed it into “Agde”. Stroll in the town centre or near the Canal du Midi to discover a multitude of history-steeped sites.
A short distance away, Cap d’Agde is famous across Europe as the naturism capital. Nudists will have complete freedom on the beach and can even wander into the naturist district with its own shops and restaurants. You’ll get the perfect tan!
Sète, tucked between the Mediterranean Sea, and the lagoon of Thau. Sète features a long strip of land between the lagoon and the sea, edged by a long sandy beach, that boasts the “Blue Flag” seal of approval.
Birthplace of George Brassens, but also famous for the nautical jousting, matches that have taken place here since 1666 when the port was first built, Sète is first and foremost a port town with a rich architectural heritage of typically Languedoc style. Don’t hesitate to wander through the "Quartier Haut", where the massive influx of Italian fishermen in the 1930s led to this being the most Italian of all districts in Languedoc.