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LE CAP D AGDE
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As an attractive living hub that introduces the marina and the town’s highly sought-after residential districts, the project is a hallmark at the entrance of Cap d’Agde and an invitation to discover its wealth. This centrally-located and now essential site redefines the town’s identity, drawing its inspiration from the rounded contours and curves of its marina. Acting as a gateway to the sea, it is directly connected via narrow lanes to the beaches of Môle and Roquille and Grande Conque creek, one of the loveliest sites in the resort.
This is THE new living area in Cap d’Agde that keeps the town alive all year round.
With its easy access to the resort thanks to pedestrian and cycling areas, the district is alive with innovative and fun facilities, such as the new Palais des Congrès and the casino, and also boasts footbridges leading to the International Tennis Centre, golf course or Musée de l’Éphèbe. The Rambla is the district’s new main artery, a very wide pedestrian walkway punctuated by major stores. It leads to the port and Racine esplanade where typical restaurants, bars and shops will give you a comprehensive taste of the Dolce Vita in Languedoc.
At the heart of the project lies a wooded hub, a place where residents can enjoy life, meet and delight in the surrounding scenery. Here, water, shaded areas and plants produce a peaceful and comfortable environment enhanced by landscaped hedges that seclude the area within a nature bubble, protecting it from the surrounding hustle and bustle of everyday life. Read more ...
ICONIC is characterised by renewal and contemporaneity as a way of reinventing the town by drawing on the strength of its bountiful maritime history. Based on this lofty ambition, Kaufman & Broad and Helyxir have chosen to take part in this wide-ranging project, banking on authenticity and luxury to provide a new and sustainable lifestyle.
This daring, elegant and symbolic architectural project is the work of the famous architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte. By giving it such a strong identity, he has initiated the rejuvenation of Cap d’Agde.
Known as the “Black pearl of the Mediterranean Sea” in reference to its monuments built of basalt stone, during Antiquity Cap d’Agde was home to a Greek port. This former marshland was separated from the sea by wide sandy beaches surrounding the rocky headland that gave its name to the resort.
As early as 1963, this Languedoc seaside area was the object of a tremendous development plan aimed at promoting tourism, from Grande- Motte to Saint-Cyprien including Cap d’Agde and Port-Barcarès.
Nowadays, Cap d’Agde is the most popular coastal tourist destination in France, and the town’s leading yachting resort. The ideal living environment to make the most of this lively and very friendly setting, in summer and winter alike.
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