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Agde is one of the most prestigious resorts in southern France, enjoying solid sunshine and attracting big crowds throughout the summer season. That's probably because of its superb beach, but the Old Town is also a charming historic district that is a great place to stay. At Venere, we have gathered the best Agde hotels, whether they are by the beach or in town. We make it easy to select somewhere to stay, providing useful information such as the facilities on offer as well as reviews from your fellow travelers. Check out photographs of the rooms to ensure you get the accommodation you need, and see location maps to find a convenient place to sleep. Whatever you choose, book early with the travel experts at Venere and you will enjoy big discounts with our partners.

What's Agde Like?

One of the first things visitors notice about Agde is the dark black stone used across town. The volcanic basalt used by the town's builders gives the port a unique appearance that can be seen in the beautiful design of the Cathedral of St Stephen and the churches of St Andre and St Sever. There are also a number of museums to visit, including the Agathois Museum and the Ephebe Museum showcasing finds from nearby ship wrecks. The beach at Cap d'Agde is long and sandy (though take care to avoid the nudist section), while you can catch a boat out to Brescou Fort. Agde is also on the Canal du Midi. This waterway extends all the way from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic, and is a great place for river barge cruising or cycling along its banks.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Agde

For the locals, welcoming visitors is an age old occupation - so expect a warm welcome whenever you book Agde hotels with us. It might help to try a few words of French - as the locals appreciate the effort to communicate in their native tongue. The people of Agde (the "Agathois") love to get outside, so join them, whether on the beach for water sports and diving, or along the Canal du Midi. If you want to escape the tourist crowds, try the more remote beaches at La Tamarissièreor St Vincent, where there will be much more space to sunbathe. And be sure to visit Marseillan to sample the locally produced dry vermouth, if that is to your taste. Foodies will also adore the town market, held on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Whatever your passion, book hotels in Agde with Venere and enjoy a superb break in southern France.