Golf du Cap d'Agde
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Golf du Cap d'Agde

Golf du Cap d'Agde

- 18 Holes

Golf du Cap d'Agde

Golf du Cap d'Agde

Golf du Cap d'Agde
 
Golf du Cap d'Agde

With its 18 holes (par 72 - 6867y / 6279m -
Designed by Ronald Fream - 1988

Located close to the coast outside of the main town of Agde, this beautiful golf course is one of the most popular in the area. It provides a challenging eighteen hole environment for both beginner and intermediate golfers.
Golf du Cap d'Agde
As you walk around the course you are treated to some of the most spectacular views of the local countryside and seascape.

The club has a fine restaurant and bar as well as a small club shop which sells all the equipment you need for a great round.

With its 27-hole course, the Cap d'Agde Golf course anticipates the arrival of approximately 200 competitors...
  Specialities

Golf Du Cap D'Agde large very varied championship course, hilly, with natural water hazards, has been designed by Ronald Fream, one of the greatest architects in the world - with some long par 5 and greens jealously protected by bunkers you'll not forget.

The clubhouse, where installations have been fully renovated, including the Pro-Shop and the restaurant are some of the best in the region. The improvements are both remarkable and remarked upon.

Service is as effective as ever with very competitive prices (even compared to supermarkets). Regarding the restaurant, the simplicity of local fare is the best guarantee when recommending a table without fear of disappointment...

Language(s):

Français - French - Französisch - Francés - Francese - Frans English - Anglais - Englisch - Inglés - Engels  Español - Spanish - Espagnole - Spanisch - Spagnolo - Spaans
Golf du Cap d'Agde

Golf du Cap d'Agde

Golf du Cap d'Agde
  Opening Golf du Cap d'Agde:  

- Open everyday.
- Advanced booking advisable.
- Beginners welcome.
 
Sud France Golf Hérault La Région Languedoc-Roussillon Fédération Française de Golf Office de Tourisme du Cap d'Agde

Equipments and Services:
 
  * Parking
* Shop
* Compact
* Golf clubs rental
* Buggy rental
* Golf lessons
* Holes: 18
* Par: 72
* Type: Coast
* Length: 6867y / 6279m
* Slope: 137
  Sightseeing
 
 
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- Rennes le Château
- Château de Puilaurens
- Château de Puivert
- Château de Montségur
- Le Château d'Arques
- Château Villerouge-Termenès
- Saint Hilaire
- Forteresse de Salses
- Les Quatre Châteaux de Lastours
- Château Féodal de Fitou
- L'Abbaye de Villelongue (Abbaye Cistercienne)
- Abbaye de Fontfroide
- L'Abbaye de Saint-Papoul
- Abbaye de Saint-Polycarpe
- Carcassonne, 'La Cité'
- Château Chalabre
- Château d'Aguilar
- Château d'Usson
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- Château de Termes
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- Lagrasse
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- Caunes-Minervois
- Grotte de Limousis
- Le Gouffre Géant de Cabrespine
- Gorges de Caune-Pont (Gorges de Coynepont)
- Gorges de Gouleyrous
- Gorges de Padern
- Gorges de Pierre Lys
- Gorges du Congoust
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- Gorges du Verdouble et le Moulin de Ribaute
- Grotte de Fontrabiouse
- Grotte de l'Aguzou
- Grottes des Grandes Canalettes
- Les Gorges de Galamus - Saint-Paul-de-Fenouillet
- Pont de Ribaute
- Rivière de St Laurent de la Cabrerisse
- Bulles et Lumières - Maison Guinot - Limoux
- Cathédrale Saint-Just et Saint-Pasteur - Narbonne
- Corbières
- Pyreneeën
- Sidobre
- Terra Vinea - Portel-des-Corbières
- La Réserve Africaine de Sigean
- Musée de l'Abbé Saunière - Rennes-le-Château
- Saissac
- Montagne Noire (Black Mountains)
- Ille-sur-Têt - Les Orgues
- La Curiosité de Lauriole
- Les 9 Écluses de Fonséranes - Béziers
- Eburomagus - la Maison de l'Archéologie - Bram
- Le Jardin Botanique de Foncaude - Feuilla
- Le Labyrinthe des Vignes - Arzens
- Le Petit Train de la Cité de Carcassonne
- Le Petit Train de Narbonne
- Le Sentier Sculpturel de Mayronnes
- Les Calèches de la Cité de Carcassonne
- Les Papillons d'Amarante - Lesparrou
- Moulin d'Omer - Les Maîtres de mon Moulin - Cucugnan
- Musée Archéologique de Peyriac-de-Mer
- Musée de l'Abbé Saunière - Rennes-le-Château
- Musée de l'Ecole - Carcassonne
- Musée de la Chapellerie, Espéraza
- Musée de Paléontologie de Villeneuve-Minervois
- Musée de Préhistoire de Tautavel
- Musée des Arts et Métiers du Livre - Montolieu
- Musée des Automates - Limoux
- Musée des Beaux-Arts - Carcassonne
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- Musée des Dinosaures d'Espéraza
- Musée des Potiers Gallo-Romains d'Amphoralis
- Musée du Catharisme - Maison des Mémoires de Mazamet
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- Musée du Verre de Sorèze
- Musée du Vieux Sallèles - Sallèles d'Aude
- Musée Hurepel de Minerve
- Musée Lapidaire - Narbonne
- Musée Mémoires du Moyen-Age - Carcassonne
- Musée National 'Ensérune - Nissan-lez-Ensérune
- Musée Petiet - Limoux
- Maison Déodat Roché - Arques
- Maison de la Truffe - Villeneuve-Minervois
- Maison Natale de Charles Trenet - Narbonne
- Maison des Mémoires - Maison Joë Bousquet - Varcassonne
- Moulin Bénazeth - Moulin à Vent - Villeneuve-Minervois
- Musée & Jardins du Canal du Midi - Revel
- Musée 1900 - Lagrasse
- Musée Archéologique de Narbonne
- Musée Archéologique du Lauragais - Castelnaudary
- Musée d'Art et d'Histoire - Narbonne
- Musée d'art moderne de Céret
- Musée d'Art Moderne Fonds Peské - Collioure
 
 

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Golf du Cap d'Agde
 
Leisure - Sports - Golf
 
Golf du Cap d'Agde
4 Avenue des Alizés
34300 Cap d'Agde
 
Phone +33 4.67.26.54.40
Fax +33 4.67.26.97.00

Email -
golf@ville-agde.fr

Website -
www.golfcapdagde.com

Rates, Methods of payment -
Green-fee low season
Single: 59.00 €
 
Green-fee high season
Single: 67.00 €

Restaurant -
Restaurant La Pleiade;
The clubhouse is also a bar and restaurant "La Pleiade" to meet friends after a good game of golf. Characterize the charm of this place whose exceptional location offers stunning views of the course.

Menus: 14.90 € to 38.00 €
A la Carte: 45.00 €
Wine Menu: 15.00 € to 48.00 €
 
Service:

ParkingBike friendlyRestaurantTerraceCafé, BarGolf courseWifi Internet Access
 
Payments
 
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