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Cap d'Agde

Languedoc-Roussillon -

Panoramic visual Cap d'Agde

What to do Cap d'Agde

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  • Aqualand Cap d'Agde

    Aqualand Cap d'Agde

    Aqualand water parks offer a day of aventures for all the family or among friends. Here is water in all its most fun forms: a wave pool, a bubble area, and a hot tub.
    Climb aboard a giant buoy and let yourself be drawn into the rapids or climb to the top of the slides, solo or with friends, and get ready to slide.
    Spinning, jumping, bumping, in tunnels or on parallel tracks so you can race your friends, the water slides offer lots of ways to have fun with the family or with friends.

  • Fonserannes Lock

    Fonserannes Lock

    In Béziers you'll find the Canal du Midi's feat of engineering: the Nine Locks of Fonseranes. This is a 312m-long water staircase which allows barges and boats to cross a 25-metre gradient.

    At the time, this was an extraordinary technological feat and was carried out by Paul Riquet in homage to his hometown.

    The Nine Locks of Fonseraneses are the third most visited tourist attraction in Languedoc-Roussillon, after the Cité de Carcassonne and the Pont du Gard.
    On average, eight thousand boats pass through the Nine Locks and 300,000 visitors come to admire them each year.

  • Le Manhattan

    Le Manhattan

    Seafood takes pride of place on the plate at the Manhattan restaurant and the dining room affords great views of the sea too. Fish specialties, seafood and regional dishes are featured in this restaurant coloured by the sun, with red furniture, orange hued walls and even a tree located in the middle of the teak floored room.

    A small flower covered pontoon takes customers straight to the private beach equipped with a kitchen for meals on the spot.

  • Chez le Belge

    Chez le Belge

    Run by chef Jean-Paul Dumond, restaurant Chez le Belge serves traditional, authentic food bearing the hallmark of Belgium. Come with your family or friends and enjoy the culinary specialities of the flat country, from Flemish carbonade to chicken vol-en-vents and frikandels (sausages). Friendly yet refined, this restaurant in Cap d'Agde gives food lovers a chance to escape to Belgium.

  • La Table de K'Na

    La Table de K'Na

    The defining characteristic of la Table de K'Na is its rigorous approach to quality produce. Chef Kaoru Kuroki's cuisine, which is creative yet traditional, exclusively uses market produce. In this modern, zen setting you can sample tasty dishes like the foie gras duo and pork fondue with apricots. When fine weather arrives, you can enjoy the terrace on the Cap d'Agde shoreline.

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