Eleven beaches with different environments are waiting for you. You may enjoy the white beaches and even black sand beaches...there’s something for everyone’s taste.

Beaches with all the amenities (restaurants, bars, deck chairs, sunshades). For those who want a more quiet location, there are 100% natural beaches.

Bagnas Natural Reserve

The marshes of the Small and Great Bagnas have more than 250 species of birds, and it was declared a National Natural reserve in 1983.

Accompanied by a guide, you can see flamingos, ducks and other migratory birds. It is possible to visit this reserve on horseback.

Discovery of the seabed

You can take a boat with submarine vision. This trip lasts one hour and is accompanied by commentary from the guide.

From the boat, you will be able to see dreamy landscapes like the Deux Frères rocks, the black sand beach, and the volcanic cliffs. These excursions can be made until the end of October.



Exhibition: Dances, games and festivities

Exhibition: Dances, games and festivities

Until 9th May 2020 (Tuesday to Saturday)

In the 5th edition of “Art en Cours”, the painter Blake Weaver, of Spanish origin, presents this exhibition in which she captures in her paintings the movement figurative: dances, sports and games.

Les métiers d’art d'Agde

Les métiers d’art d'Agde

All year

Here, you can get started on traditional trade arts such as metal, glass, wood and sculpture. The artists can work with beginners. There are organised exhibitions throughout the year.


Nîmes was founded in the 6th century BC. It’s a city with centuries of history, architecture and art.​

In Montpellier, you can discover a booming city. Also, it is close to some of the most famous world heritage monuments and sites.​

Located halfway between the sea and the mountains, Perpignan benefits from its proximity to the Mediterranean coast and the imposing Canigou mountain range.​