As we know, there are two types of sins: sins between man and man, and sins between man and G-d.
I used to think that adultery is a sin between man and man. However, reading Mishneh Torah, I stumbled upon the following statement:
Neither repentance nor the Day of Atonement atone for any save for sins committed between man and God, for instance, one who ate forbidden food, or had forbidden coition and the like; but sins between man and man, for instance, one injures his neighbor, or curses his neighbor or plunders him, or offends him in like matters, is ever not absolved unless he makes restitution of what he owes and begs the forgiveness of his neighbor.
Do I understand correctly, is Rambam saying that adultery (as it is a forbidden coition) belongs to the category of sins between man and G-d, and can therefore be atoned for by repentance like other sins between man and G-d during Yom Kippur (without having to beg forgiveness from any individual as sins between man and man require)?