This beach provides an excellent compromise between a natural beach and a one in a more lively area. Once you’re settled on the fine warm sand, your thoughts will be lost watching the activities in front of you. Sail sports, instructors and beginners, surfers and kite surfers will entertain you showing off their expertise and prowess. Within your 360 degrees field of vision, you will see the pier stretching out proudly 400m into the sea; the ocean with its endless horizon and the dunes behind you, whose perfumes add to the mix of aromas which all combine perfectly to create a feeling of well-being. Many shellfish called ‘les pignons’ are hiding away just under the sand and offer the opportunity to try out shellfishing on foot. If you need to quench your thirst you can just relax on the terrace of the Yacht Club.
The beach is supervised by lifeguards from 1st July to 31st August from 11.00am to 12.30pm and 2.30pm to 7.00pm.
Dogs are allowed from 1st October to 30th April on a lead.