Agde has always been a seafaring town. From antiquity to the 18th century, it was one of the most important trading ports on the Mediterranean.
The city’s natural and cultural heritage and archeological remains bear witness to a glorious past as part of Mediterranean culture.
- The Saint-Étienne Cathedral built in black volcanic stone
- The Ephèbe Museum
- Fort Brescou
- La Tamarissière beach
- La Grande Conque black sand beach and the Deux Frères rocks
- The port and the La Flânerie shopping street.