CAP TAILLAT Beach
Cap Taillat is one of the wildest places on the Provencal coast. This small tongue of fine sand acts as the border between Ramatuelle and La Croix Valmer.
Access to this beach requires a walk of about 35 minutes from the parking lot at Escalet beach.
It is a wild beach far from the beaten track which offers a preserved and wild environment even if it is very busy during the summer. Continuing in the direction of Croix Valmer, the beach of Briande is also very wild.
LA VIGNETTE Beach
La Plage de la Vignette is a charming little sandy beach with a Caribbean scent!
It is located behind the Renée Sabran hospital on the Giens peninsula. It is one of the few beaches completely designed for access for people with reduced mobility and visually impaired people. It benefits from the Tourism and Handicap label.
Espiguette beach is ideal for its clean air and the unique quality of its bathing water.
It is located in the town of Le Grau du Roi.
The wide open spaces of Camargue are yours!
10 kilometers of protected dunes await you.
The size of this beach allows it to have an area reserved for naturists.
LA SALIS Beach
La Salis beach is located in the town of Antibes.
It is a superb beach of fine sand, clear water and gentle slope: a dream beach for children.
The setting is idyllic with a view of the fortifications of Antibes and the snow-capped peaks of the Alps.
Along the Corniche d’Or road, below the majestic volcanic cliffs of the Estérel massif, the beauty of the creeks and creeks is irresistible.
The Massif de l’Estérel is a jewel of colors, beaches and seabed will delight all visitors.
Our favorite: the Calanque de Maubois.
NOTRE DAME Beach
Located on the island of Porquerolles, Notre Dame beach was recently voted one of the most beautiful beaches in Europe.
Here too the Caribbean is waiting for you! Crystal clear water, beach sheltered from the wind, do not forget your mask and snorkel to fully enjoy the gems of the underwater world preserved thanks to the Port Cros National Park.
SAINTE MARGUERITE Beaches
The island of Sainte Marguerite is located in the town of Cannes and is part of the Lérins Islands.
This island is the paradise of coves, difficult to choose one over another.
North side, view of the bay of Cannes we love the Crimean Coves. From the pier, take the direction of the fort then the cemetery.
South side, view of Saint Honorat Island, we love the Criques du Dragon.
Île Sainte Marguerite is a wild and rocky space. Better to bring plastic sandals for the children.
Shady pine forest, white sand, quartz flakes in the water, the Estagnol beach is a sweet dream for children and parents. < / p>
L’Estagnol is located in the town of Bormes les Mimosas a few kilometers from Fort de Brégançon.
Driveway access is private. You will therefore have to pay the parking fee to access the pine forest and the beach.
CALANQUE D’EN-VAU Beach
The Calanque d’En Vau is forever the most beautiful postcard of the Provençal coast and the promise of pure bathing water at the gates from Marseille.
Queen cove in the heart of the national park, En Vau deserves the effort! Indeed, this beach is only accessible after an hour’s walk, by kayak or by boat.
Despite its difficult access, the calanque d’En Vau is very busy in summer.
LA MALA Beach
Located in the town of Cap d’Ail, Mala beach is often described as the most beautiful beach on the Côte d’Azur.
Its turquoise waters and its vestiginous cliffs are the two ingredients that make unanimity.
Small cabins offering catering and deckchairs complete this corner of paradise.