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Mont St. Loup


Some 300,000 years ago, the volcano Mont St.Loup was still active and newly formed the coast around the Cap d'Agde. Thereby, the Cap d'Agde received a new look, very untypical for the Languedoc. Apart from the typical fine sandy beaches there is now a very coarse-grained cap, developed from lava rock, with the Fort Brescou island off the coast as well. Many buildings in Agde have been built of the stable but light lava rock.


Category: Agde
City: Agde
Street: Rue de Luxembourg
Date:
23.11.2009
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In any case it is worth it to climb up the mountain. From there you will have a brilliant view on the coast. You can see e.g. the Mont St. Clair of Séte, the Etang de Thau, the naturist centre, Cap d'Agde, Agde, the mountains of the hinterland and in good weather even the Pyrenees.
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