Cap d'Agde 

3.6 (30 ratings)

About Cap d'Agde

  • 3100
    Berths
  • 28 m
    Length
  • 3 m
    Draft
  • 9
    VHF channel
  • +33 4 67 26 00 20
    Phone

Services and equipments

  • Electricity
  • Water
  • Showers
  • Restrooms
  • Fuel
  • WIFI

User reviews (30 ratings)

Hospitality
| 3.9/5
Cleanliness
| 3.3/5
Services
| 3.6/5
Proximity of shops
| 3.9/5
Tourism
| 3.5/5
  • Yves
    Yves ~ 29/05/2021
    Selkirk | Sailboat ~ 12.12 m

    A very protected port with a helpful and friendly harbor master's office. In winter the course is a bit sad but the technical area is fully active. I advise to winter the boat during the 6 months out of season because the price is correct.

    Un port très protégé avec une capitainerie serviable et aimable. L’hiver le cap est un peu triste mais la zone technique est totalement en activité. Je conseille pour hiverner le bateau pendant les 6 mois hors saison car le tarif est correct.

  • Alexandre
    Alexandre ~ 17/11/2020
    Julius | Sailboat ~ 10.05 m

    Friendly welcome, but no bosco to help you moor in spite of the incessant coming and going making the maneuver more complex. Sanitary correct. The complimentary bottle of wine is a nice gesture.

    Accueil sympathique, mais aucun bosco pour vous aider à vous amarrée malgré le va et vient incessant rendant la manœuvre plus complexe. Sanitaire correct. La bouteille de vin offerte est un geste sympa.

  • Winston ~ 25/09/2020
    Amuse | Sailboat ~ 12 m

    Tied up on the waiting pontoon to check in at the Captainerie who held our boat registration document until departure and payment. We were directed to the visitors berths further into the marina and close to the resort as the waiting pontoon was about to be dismantled, ready for the winter and therefore not an option for staying even just the one night. Showers were dated and accessed by key fob from the Captainerie. The price for our 12m sailing yacht was €39.47/night including electricity and water. Cap d'Adge itself wasn't very inspiring. Found a Carrefour Express near the amusement park after visiting two Spar supermarkets that didn't offer much choice of groceries. The Captainerie was too far away from the visitors berths to walk meaning on departure we had to tie up to the waiting pontoons, which were in the process of being taken away, to pay, return the showers key and retrieve our boat documents.

    Tied up on the waiting pontoon to check in at the Captainerie who held our boat registration document until departure and payment. We were directed to the visitors berths further into the marina and close to the resort as the waiting pontoon was about to be dismantled, ready for the winter and therefore not an option for staying even just the one night. Showers were dated and accessed by key fob from the Captainerie. The price for our 12m sailing yacht was €39.47/night including electricity and water. Cap d'Adge itself wasn't very inspiring. Found a Carrefour Express near the amusement park after visiting two Spar supermarkets that didn't offer much choice of groceries. The Captainerie was too far away from the visitors berths to walk meaning on departure we had to tie up to the waiting pontoons, which were in the process of being taken away, to pay, return the showers key and retrieve our boat documents.

See more comments >