Welcome to Les Hauts de Baldy

Well appointed chalets in lovely location near Cap d'Agde


Your holiday in a nice and quiet place, 5 min from the beach

Your familial accomodation at attractive prices

We welcome you every day from the 1st of April to the 15th november

Located on the Mont Saint-Loup, Les Hauts de Baldy residential park is composed of 20 wooden chalets, fully equipped for your comfort. They are spread over an area of a pine forest, quiet, overlooking the lagoon of Thau and Sète in the distance.

Its privileged location allows you to access the beaches and the port of Cap d’Agde in five minutes by car, as well as go biking, hiking or jogging in the vineyards and the surrounding forest. The state features an outdoor pool and a relaxation area as well as a playground for children.

Our area is heaven and it is dedicated to families and seniors seeking calm and tranquillity. Free parking is available on site.

We have 2 kinds of chalets:

  • – Tahoe, 30 m² for up to 4 people
  • – Valley, 35 m² for up to 6 people

The Accomodation

Your wooden chalet fully equipped in a pine forest near Cap d’agde

  • Terrace

  • Living Room

  • Parents Bedroom

  • Kitchen

  • Kids Bedroom

230per week*

Tahoe Chalet

4 People / 30 m²

    • 2 bedrooms: one with a double bed in 160×200 and one with bunk beds (duvets and pillows are furnished)
    • a fully furnished kitchen: refrigerator, freezer, microwave, coffee maker, cooking utensils, toaster…
    • a dining area with a sofa bed in 110×190, a table and a flat screen TV
    • a bathroom with a large shower and separate WC (bedlinens and towels are not furnished)
    • reversible air conditioning (extra charge)

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  • Living Room

  • Kitchen

  • Parents Bedroom

  • Bathroom

  • Living Room

320per week*

Valley Chalet

6 People / 35 m²

    • 2 bedrooms: one with a double bed in 160×200 and one with 2 single beds (duvets and pillows are furnished)
    • a fully furnished kitchen: refrigerator, freezer, microwave, coffee maker, cooking utensils, toaster…
    • a dining area with a sofa bed in 140×190 for 2 persons, a table and a flat screen TV
    • a bathroom with a large shower and separate WC (bedlinens and towels are not furnished)
    • reversible air conditioning (extra charge)

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Upscale Facilities & Amenities


Enjoy a set of high-end services

  • Outdoor Pool with sun loungers & umbrellas

    Outdoor heated pool (according to period), unsupervised, under the responsibility of parents. Small chidren’s pool.

  • Restaurant snack-bar-pizzeria at 50 m

    Open from 9am to 1am. Eat in or take away. Fast food, pizza, cocktails, mussels and french fries on tuesdays, paellas on thursdays.

  • Parking securised and free

    One securised and free parking available per chalet.

  • Children Playground from 3 years

    Playground for children, unsupervised, under the responsibility of parents.

  • Solarium sunbathing and relaxation

    Outdoor relaxation area. Magazines and novels available.

  • Table Tennis game, set, match

    Table tennis at your disposal. Balls and rackets available.

  • Table Football goaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal

    Free table football available for young and old!

Swimming Pool




2020 Season

Special Offer

10% discount for 2 weeks stays! (excluding seasonal promotions)

    (30 m² / 4 people)
    (35 m² / 6 people)
  • from 04/04/2020 to 02/05/2020 230 €320 €
  • from 02/05/2020 to 06/06/2020 250 €340 €
  • from 12/09/2020 to 07/11/2020 260 €340 €
    (30 m² / 4 pers. max.)
    (35 m² / 6 pers. max.)
  • from 06/06/2020 to 27/06/2020 380 €470 €
  • from 27/06/2020 to 04/07/2020 560 €650 €
  • from 22/08/2020 to 29/08/2020 490 €590 €
  • from 29/08/2020 to 05/09/2020 350 €440 €
  • from 05/09/2020 to 12/09/2020 290 €380 €
    (30 m² / 4 people)
    (35 m² / 6 people)
  • from 04/07/2020 to 11/07/2020 650 €740 €
  • from 11/07/2020 to 25/07/2020 720 €850 €
  • from 25/07/2020 to 01/08/2020 790 €890 €
  • from 01/08/2020 to 15/08/2020 950 €1 050 €
  • from 15/08/2020 to 22/08/2020 820 €920 €


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Make the Most of your Holiday in Southern France

  • Locavélo Cap d'Agde - Cap Aventure

    Bike rentalMountain bike, electric bike…

    Bikes for all ages avalaible at LOCAVELO to discover Agde and Cap d’Agde.

    More info

  • Lucien - Plongée Cap d'Agde

    Scuba divingInitiation and improvement

    Discover one of the nicest submarine paths with Lucien Alarco, scuba diving instructor.

    More info

  • Kiki - Offshore, 4x4, aquabike, aquagym, bébé nageur, école de natation

    Aquatic activitiesAquabike, Aquagym, 4×4, Offshore

    Kiki Kiki welcomes you at his private house for aquabiking and aquagym lessons.

    More info

  • Cap Aventure - Articles de pêche

    Fishing articlesReels, rods and accessories

    Reels, lures, rods, accessories and charms of fishing. Fishermen, go to CAPAVENTURE!

    More info

  • Sylvie Arcos - Massages ayurvédiques

    MassagesAyurvedic Massages

    Relaxing rites and not therapeutic massages performed by Sylvie Arcos.

    Contact her

  • Locavélo Cap d'Agde - Cap Aventure

    HikingFor nature lovers

    For people who love nature and want to discover route of hike around Languedoc.

    More info


Explore our beautiful region

Beach, rural and river Tourism

Must-see in the Languedoc

Discover our region

  • Agde — 3 km


    Why not go and explore Agde, the former Greek city with 26 centuries of history reflected in the River Hérault! Its archaeological treasures and architectural characteristics will transport you on a trip through the ages...

    Formerly called "Agathé Tyché" (Good Fortune), the town of Agde nestles at the intersection of the Canal du Midi, the River Hérault and the Mediterranean Sea. Previously a trading post, this town built with the volcanic rock from the Mont Saint-Loup prospered over the centuries through maritime trade. It is one of the oldest towns in France, with a rich history spanning thousands of years. Small brightly coloured shopping streets and craftsmen's workshops animate the heart of the ancient town. Undoubtedly, Agde is a town full of charm with a southern accent - to visit absolutely!

    MUST SEE :

    • * Mont Saint-Loup - Mont Saint-Martin
    • * Bagnas Nature Reserve
    • * The volcanic island of Fort Brescou

    More info: www.capdagde.com

    Le Cap d'Agde - 5 km


    The famous seaside resort resembles a mosaic of quarters which contribute to the Mediterranean way of life. Ten very different styles cover the 10 quarters, with a mixture of typical Languedoc colours, pine groves and oleander. Whether you are looking for peace and quiet or a lively atmosphere, it's up to you to choose your ideal quarter! It is a vast area, largely open to the sea on the flanks of the Mont Saint-Loup, just waiting to be discovered by foot or by bike, through the labyrinth of alleyways and cycling paths.

    Aqualand, the Museum of Ephèbe, the Aquarium, the International Golf course, the International Tennis Centre, the Ile des Loisirs (Leisure Island) and the naturist village - a wide range of facilities found their place!

    More info: www.capdagde.com

    Le Grau d'Agde - 8 km


    This traditional fishing village can be found a short distance from the town of Agde, next to the Mediterranean, on the left bank of the River Hérault. Its important port activity in the past can be naturally explained by its geographical situation. At the mouth of the Hérault, the delta was the ideal place for safe anchorage of trading boats and for the development of the fishing industry.

    Choose the small road which snakes along the river to reach the Grau d’Agde. Just make sure you take your time to appreciate the quality of the environment. By foot or by bike, you can enjoy this pleasant excursion in complete safety on the cycle path. During the summer season, a water taxi service can take you from La Tamarissière to Le Grau d’Agde and back.

    More info: www.capdagde.com

    La Tamarissière - 9 km


    Between beach and forest, come and discover La Tamarissière, a small village by the sea, next to a two-hundred year old pine forest with everything for nature lovers!

    Located on the right bank of the River Hérault, La Tamarissière offers peaceful and shady surroundings for visitors. The village gets its name from the tree plantations (mainly tamarisks) created at the end of the 18th century to fight against the silting up of the mouth of the Hérault.

    More info: www.capdagde.com

  • Pézenas — 22 km


    Pézenas, au cœur de la vallée de l'Hérault, est un centre actif par la variété de ses commerces et de ses artisans. Le centre historique accueille de nombreux métiers d'art.

    La ville ancienne dispose d'un secteur sauvegardé de 17 ha, un des plus anciens de France. Elle compte plus de trente immeubles classés Monuments historiques.

    En 1980, Pézenas a reçu la Pomme d'or, distinction internationale qui le consacre meilleur site touristique d'Europe.

    More info: www.pezenas-tourisme.fr

  • Sète — 22 km


    The town of Sète was created on royal decision in 1660 and was born from the will of three men : Paul Riquet, the king Louis XIV and the Knight of Clerville. Paul Riquet had undertaken digging the "Canal du Midi" and was looking for an suitable outlet on the Mediterranean Sea.

    Known as "Cette" until 1928, it is a port and a seaside resort on the Mediterranean with its own very strong cultural identity, traditions, cuisine and dialect. It is also the hometown of artists like Paul Valéry, Jean Vilar, Georges Brassens, Hervé Di Rosa and Manitas de Plata.

    The omnipresence of water, its incomparable light and colours; all qualities which have given it its second name "Venice of the Languedoc".

    More info: www.tourisme-sete.com

  • Béziers — 25 km


    De multiples fouilles archéologiques entreprises depuis les années 1980 ont révélé que Béziers fut construite par les Grecs au VIe siècle av. J.-C. Certains archéologues considèrent qu'il pourrait s'agir de la plus vieille ville de France, devant Marseille.

    La renommée contemporaine de Béziers s'est faite à travers la viticulture, son équipe de rugby à XV ou encore sa feria, qui rassemble chaque été environ un million de participants autour du 15 août.

    Les 9 écluses de Fonsérannes sur le Canal du Midi, en descendant vers Béziers, est l'un des sites majeurs du Canal du Midi.

    More info: www.beziers-in-mediterranee.com

  • Le Lac du Salagou — 50 km

    Le Lac du Salagou, miroir aux cent visages

    Au centre du Languedoc, la combinaison de phénomènes géologiques donne une surprenante palette de couleurs, de textures et de formes contrastées.

    Le lac du Salagou, créé dans les années 1960, est aujourd'hui un cadre idéal pour les activités de loisirs, les balades familiales, ou pour profiter simplement du soleil et il serait dommage de ne pas savourer la gastronomie locale.

    Le mont Liausson, bordé par le lac au nord, et le Cirque de Mourèze au sud, domine les lieux à 535 m. Depuis ce point, vous aurez un beau panorama sur les petits villages alentours. Il permet sans doute la plus belle vue sur le lac du Salagou.

    More info: www.destination-languedoc.co.uk

  • Montpellier — 52 km

    Montpellier, la technopole

    Capitale du Languedoc Roussillon, à moins de 3h de Barcelone et de l'Italie, et à peine à 11 km de la Méditerranée, Montpellier est le lieu de séjour idéal pour découvrir une ville en pleine ébullition et des sites figurant parmi les plus prestigieux du patrimoine mondial.

    Exemple unique en Europe d'urbanisme maîtrisé, construite par les plus grands architectes internationaux, la destination n'en est pas moins riche de ses 1 000 ans d'histoire : plus de 70 cours d'hôtels particuliers du XVIe au XXe siècle, la plus ancienne université de médecine du monde occidental encore en activité, des ruelles médiévales bordées de boutiques où les grandes enseignes internationales côtoient les petites boutiques au charme d'autrefois...

    Montpellier, c'est aussi l'une des plus riches collections des Beaux Arts d'Europe (musée Fabre), un concentré d'animations, des festivals de renommée internationale, une gastronomie hors pair et le culte des grands vins.

    More info: www.montpellier-france.com

  • Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert — 60 km

    Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert, Grand Site de France

    Sous l'appellation « Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert et Gorges de l'Hérault », le site de Saint-Guilhem a reçu le Label « Grand site de France », en juin 2010. Découvrez les villages et paysages naturels, exceptionnels et protégés qui font de cet lieu un ensemble exceptionnel au cœur de la Vallée de l'Hérault.

    L'été, l'abbaye de Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert et la chapelle des Pénitents sont les lieux d'accueil des concerts, en particulier ceux des Rencontres Musicales de Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert, ceux des Amis de Saint-Guilhem et de la Camerata Mediterranea.

    Chaque année, le premier dimanche de juin, le bourg retrouve ses couleurs d'antan avec une fête médiévale.

    More info: www.saintguilhem-valleeherault.fr

Want to know more about our beautiful department?

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Information to simplify and facilitate your movement


PRL Les Hauts de Baldy

Mont Saint-Loup Nord
Route de Sète
34300 Agde

Phone: 06 63 53 70 58



Latitude (decimal degrees): 43.302015
Longitude (decimal degrees): 3.503387

Latitude (degrees, minutes, secondes): N 43° 18′ 7.254″
Longitude (degrees, minutes, secondes): E 3° 30′ 12.193″


A9 motorway exit 34 AGDE-PEZENAS (for those arriving via the A75, take exit 60 and follow the direction AGDE bypassing BESSAN). After the toll, take direction AGDE and CAP D’AGDE for about 10 km. Skip to Hyper U Grand Cap on your left, do not take output CAP D’AGDE and AGDE « forbidden to trucks », but the direction SETE-AGDE MARSEILLAN and exit (left lane). After the big bend, continue for 400 m, at the Father Georges Canac roundabout turn on the left directly towards Notre-Dame College and follow signs PRL Les Hauts de Baldy.


Agde Railway Station 7 km: www.voyages-sncf.com
Montpellier Saint-Roch Railway Station 52 km: www.ouigo.com


Béziers Cap d’Agde Airport 15 km: www.beziers.aeroport.fr
Montpellier Méditerranée Airport 60 km: www.montpellier.aeroport.fr

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Private limited company with a capital of € 7 622,45


Trade and Companies Registry no. RCS Béziers 353 484 454


Intracommunity VAT Number: FR01353484454


Mont Saint-Loup Nord
Route de Sète
34300 Agde

Phone: +33 6 63 53 70 58


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