Set at the meeting place of fresh and salt waters, where the Herault river and the Canal du Midi run into the Mediterranean sea, Agde is a town rich in 2,600 years of history just waiting to be explored amongst its backstreets of shops and shady promenades.
Le Grau d'Agde, the traditional charm of a Mediterranean village
After crossing the town of Agde, the Herault river makes its lazy way down to the sea. It is there, on the left bank of the river mouth that Le Grau d’Agde is situated.
La Tamarissière, a pine forest by the Mediterranean sea