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One of my favorite places. Unspoilt, uncommercial beauty. Perfect for families, couples, singles, outdoorsy types. Cycle there, and then relax. Or surf, bodyboard, fly a kite, horse ride, walk your dog, kite surf, build a sand castle, go fishing, dig a hole, climb the light...More
These lovely beaches remind me of Cornwall without the crowds, the commercialism or the overpriced parking. 10km of golden sands. In some places a tough trek up through steep sand dunes but rewarded by miles of golden sand, great waves for bodyboarding or surfing and...More
Went to visit the beach on the cote sauvage with friends who were camping nearby. Clean beach, albeit busy in august. Life guards and flags to indicate safety in the water. Kids 8-12 were ok (I mean safety wise - they had a ball!) under...More
I strongly advise you to rent a bike and use the ad hoc tracks to explore that part of the coast. Huge pine woods seldom separated by white, fine, sand tracks to reach for wild beach where the water is still cristal clear
Wonderful sand, powerful waves, and lifeguarded in certain spots.
I visited two sites, both with life guards.
The first was at the Forestier de al Bouverie. There is a campervan-type refreshment vehicle that comes, but other than that, nothing.
The car park is a fair...More