French Riviera


Cannes – Beach of the Croisette

Renowned as one of the emblematic venues of the Cannes Film Festival, it is a beautiful sandy beach. You may have the chance to meet some star of the big or small screen.
A splendid panorama for this beach divided into several private and public sections.
Booking is recommended.
Supervised beach in summer, disabled access, parking, showers, toilets, restaurants, rentals.
Access by bus: PalmBus line 8, Miramar stop;
Train: Cannes SNCF station


Saint Tropez – Tahiti Beach

A wide strip of fine sand for this emblematic beach of the bay of St Tropez.
A superb environment, turquoise water, umbrella pines, private and public areas, but very crowded in high season.
Booking is recommended
Access by bus: Bus Varlib line 7740 or 7742, Tamaris stop
Train: SNCF station of Saint-Raphaël-Valescure


Ramatuelle & St-Tropez – Pampelonne

Route des Plages83350 Ramatuelle, Saint-Tropez, France

Public long sandy beach ( about 4 km) is , without any doubt, one of the most famous beaches of the Var and of the French Riviera.
There is no road beachfront that’s why she’s still preserved.
Access from Tahiti road.


Cap d’Antibes – Garoupe Beach

Small beach full of charm: transparent water, sand, green landscapes, pretty walks nearby to walk along the Cap d’Antibes.
Easy access by car thanks to the large car park.
Train: Antibes train station


Monaco – The Larvotto

The only beach of the Principality of Monaco.
All the pleasures of the beach in the city.
Parking nearby
Train: Monaco Station


Roquebrune Cap Martin – Blue Gulf Beach

Large pebble beach, half sand 700m long
A natural beach away from crowded places
Train: Roquebrune Cap Martin Station


Cap d’Ail – Mala Beach

Beach mid sand, pebble, with a public area and a private area.
The access is not very easy (by the coast or by stairs), but the landscape is worth the detour: natural cliff, turquoise water
Train: Cap d’Ail station


Théoule sur Mer – The coves of Pointe de l’Aiguille

We can see the stairs that descend into these creeks from the road.
Change of scenery guaranteed for these small wild beaches.
It is advisable to come early enough to find a place.
Access by car


Juan Les Pins – Grande Plage

15 Boulevard Charles Guillaumont
06160 Juan les Pins

A wide strip of white sand for this charming small town.
Beach supervised during summer.
Accessible for disabled people.
Easy access by train ( 10 minutes walk)