Water Sports Centre
Happy times ahead.
On the menu: a magnificent setting with green and blue as far as the eye can see, a fine sandy beach, and lifeguards to keep an eye on the bathers (not quite Saint Tropez, but not far off) and lots of activities on offer.
The guide for the perfect ship's boy in 3 easy steps:
Step 1: Arrive in the harbour safe and sound. Difficult to get that wrong there are signs up like "le port salut".
Step 2: come equipped with your swimming costume (naturists follow the signs to Cap d’Agde) and some shoes to go in the water.
Step 3: allow everyone to do what they want in their own time: pure farniente with a classic muster point for the food (generally something everyone's interested in).
And believe me, you'll be ready for that snack after you've been out on water (whether in a catamaran or a canoe, on a windsurf board, a wakeboard, whether you've been wakesurfing or wakesliding or paddling), whatever your level of skill. You can be sure that you'll be hungrier than if you'd just been lounging about on the beach. But as we said, everyone at their own pace.
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- Car park
- Pets welcome
- Supervised beach
- Accessible for wheelchairs with assistance
- Reserved space 330 cm wide < 20 m from the site
- WC + grab handle + adequate space to move
- Site, building totally accessible
- Incline >5% but reasonable