Cap d’Agde, South of France

Overview

  • 30 Tennis Courts (7 indoors)
  • 8 Padel Courts (4 indoors)
  • Swimming Pool (seasonal)
  • Badminton & Squash Courts
  • Restaurant

Overview

Cap d’ Agde the famous South of France seaside resort is made up of a mosaic of districts with different styles that combine the Mediterranean lifestyle around its marina. Lively, trendy, surprising, green, and totally seaside, it will win you over!

Nestled in the heart of a beautiful pinewood, the International Tennis Centre is one of the most stunning tennis facilities in France. With 30 tennis courts and many other great sports facilities, the Centre is ideally situated within the heart of the holiday resort and only a few minutes from the sea front by foot.

Accommodation

Surrounded by pine trees at the foot of Mont Saint-Loup, the Hotel Tennis International boasts easy access to all the town’s facilities from a peaceful location. It is located 1.2 km from Casino Barrière. The Hotel Tennis International offers comfortable rooms equipped with modern amenities such as free Wi-Fi internet access. Guests have free access to the hotel’s 25-metre swimming pool, which is open from 1 June to 30 September.

We are less than 800m away from the harbor and shops, near the sandy beaches, less than 10 minutes walk away from the “leisure island” Casino and Theme Park.

Tennis

  • 30 Courts – 20 Hard & 10 Clay
  • 7 Indoor Court – 5 Hard & 2 Clay
  • 8 Padel Courts – 4 Indoor

French Touch Academy camps are aimed at both beginners and dedicated players seeking to experience an intensive camp.

We have 2,3,4,5 and 6-day options for tennis fun and tennis intensive. Or we can tailor-make a specific package for your individual or group needs!

Tennis Fun:

  • 2 hours of training a day
  • Maximum 4 players per court and coach

Tennis Intensive:

  • 4 hours of training a day
  • Maximum 4 players per court and coach

Dining

There are dozens of restaurants in the resort and they range in quality and price. These restaurants serve everything from seafood and French dishes, to Italian food and steak and chips. Give Le Mississippi restaurant a go. There are several very good restaurants to eat at in the resort and overall the prices tend to be reasonable and ordering in French, English or Italian is normally possible. sort.

Pizzeria, Mexican and Asian food

Over in Port Nature, there is a restaurant across from the Jules Verne Club that serves nice French food. The filet Rossini is great if you like fois gras. There is a pizzeria in Heliopolis on the Southside that also has a grill menu. On the West side of Port Nature is a Mexican and Asian restaurant neither of which I have tried. There are many more places to eat, you’ll have no problem when you go.