Idleness, relaxation, discovery and sightseeing can be on the program of your days in Cap d'Agde. Cap d´Agde is the famous seaside resort of Agde. Built at the foot of an ancient volcano, between the sea and many natural spaces. The Hôtel Hélios is ideally located in Cap d'Agde so that you can fully enjoy it. You will be very close to the beaches, the city center and the port. The sandy beaches of Mole and Richelieu are a 25-minute walk and 5-minute drive away. The Naturist village is also nearby. On the port and in the town center, located a 10-minute walk away, you will enjoy strolling there and sitting on the terrace of a café or restaurant. One kilometer from our establishment are the Cap d'Agde golf course and the International Tennis Center. Off Cap d'Agde, 2 kilometers away, in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, discover Fort Brescou, built in 1586 on a volcanic islet, an essential stopover during your stopover at our establishment.
Activities for all What to do in case of rain?
Cap d'Agde is home to the Musée de l'Éphèbe and underwater archeology. It is a journey through time and under the sea that awaits you when you visit this museum located a few steps from the port. To continue your immersion under the sea, go to the Cap d'Agde aquarium. For restful afternoons, you will find a cinema in the center of Cap d'Agde. In case of rain, there will be plenty of activities.
At the water's edge The banks of the Hérault
Beautiful hikes can be on the program of your days on the banks of the Hérault. You will enjoy a pleasant stroll with family, friends or as a couple, in the heart of lush greenery. The walks along the Hérault can be adapted to all levels. You can also take a stroll along the water!
The town of Molière and Bobby Lapointe Pézenas
A few kilometers from our hotel near the city center and the port of Cap d´Agde, discover the city of Pézenas. Stroll through the cobbled streets, discovering this lovely town that inspired Bobby Lapointe and Molière. You will enjoy discovering the craftsmen's stalls, the flea markets which bring together hundreds of exhibitors, the historical monuments and the sunny terraces of the restaurants.
And the Canal du Midi Beziers
The city of Béziers is known for the locks of Fonseranes. This set of eight locks is one of the many technical feats of the Canal du Midi. Béziers is an excellent starting point for exploring the Canal du Midi, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. During your visit to Béziers, we also advise you to discover the Saint-Nazaire Cathedral, the arenas and the city center.
The Venice of Languedoc Sète
Sète is known to be home to the largest French fishing port in the Mediterranean Sea. It is also famous for its fine sandy beaches, its proximity to the Thau lagoon and Mont Saint-Clair. Climb to the top of Mont Saint-Clair and get one of the most beautiful views of the city of Sète and the Mediterranean Sea. Walk through the town center and the typical fishing port to discover all the beauties of Sète.
Prefecture of Hérault Montpellier
A few kilometers from our hotel near the port and the city center of Cap d'Agde, discover the city of Montpellier. We advise you to go to the Place de la Comédie to discover the effervescence of the city. Stroll through L'Écusson, the historic center of Montpellier to learn more about the city's history. Watch the sunset on the Promenade du Peyrou. Treat yourself to a moment of calm at the Jardin des Plantes.
In the heart of the Valley of Legends Saint-Guilhem-le-Desert
Immerse yourself in the world of a village which has retained its charm, authenticity and mystery. Walk through the cobbled streets of the center of the village and discover hidden wonders such as Gellone Abbey, the two museums, Saint-Laurent church, the Giant's Castle and the Devil's Bridge. Beautiful walks in the heart of nature can be found in the surroundings of Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert.