Grau d’Agde is a small traditional fishing town that borders the Mediterranean, extending the town of Agde right down to the sea. You can go and visit the port and watch the fishing boats come and go, or go for a walk on the long and pleasant beaches in both the summer and winter. Being located at the gates of Agde you will have full access to all the local services and amenities such as, shops, restaurants and a weekly market. Grau d’Agde lives to the gentle laid-back rhythm of the Mediterranean that will bring unequalled comfort from neighbouring areas.
Grau d’Agde is only a 15-minute drive from Béziers and an hour from Montpellier, making the town very accessible. Béziers and Montpellier would also make great places to visit on day trips if you wanted to do some exploring of the wider area.
Like many of the other cities along the Cote d’Azur, Le Grau d’Agde has plenty of activities to do. Embark on a sailboat for a privileged trip of 2h30 with if you wish bathe break, snorkelling and paddle. On board, you can take the helm and participate in the manoeuvres with the advice of the captain.
You can also visit Espace Jet where you can rent jet ski with or without licence, initiation and hiking. You can also go banana boating, fly-fishing and train to get your boat licence.
July is the warmest month of the year. The temperature in July averages 23.6 °C. January has the lowest average temperature of the year. It is 7.9 °C. On average there are 110.77 hours of sunshine per month.
Le Grau d'Agde is a 50 minute drive from Montpellier Airport.