It is the place, where the rich come to play, and the rest do not have to stay away. At the high season, July to August, it might welcome up to More than four-kilometre about 3 miles stretch of the bright soft sand lies along a beautiful curved bay, and it has everything you could dream about.
Film stars rub shoulders with North London property tycoons at Club 55; nouveau riche Nikki Beach is always up to the swimming party and champaghe fight; Cabane Bambou is more about friendly charts; Tropicana Club, Tahiti beach, Key West, Les Palmiers and others are more down to earth, and for a wider range of clients.
The azure sea is full of luxury yachts, beach with loungers and sunbathing people, nearby restaurant hold an uproar, and other side of the Princess Grace Avenue skyscrapers stretches to the sky.
Yes, welcome to classic luxury summer capital. The part of beach is public, the other part hosts very nice beach-restaurants — white lounge La Note Bleue and more classic Miami Beach. Both are very good choice for a quality of food, as well as on prices. Plage de la Baumette extends over approximately meters.
There is a possibility to rent the paddleboard or other nautical recreational equipment at the beach. Beach is accessible for families, and it is sheltered from the wind. Left side is the widest, on the narrower right side there are some areas reserved for private beaches and restaurants.
Baumette beach is slightly away from the road and it does not find a parking nearby only about ten spaces along the road. In the first half of 20th century it was reclaimed from the sea. We are in love with this beach because of two reasons. When the morning sun illuminates the hill-rising Vieux Menton, its homes flares with all the ranges of red and orange. Menton is nicknamed la perle de la France — the pearl of France; I might add that it is more a sapphire sparkling in the sun.
Second enchanting thing about the view is the lines of mountain peaks. Undoubtedly, the most beautiful mountains are placed in this place. Beach is ideal for family holidays. There is large selection of private beaches and restaurants. There is a large parking area, volleyball court, grocery shop; easy to come by public transport. Plage des Cigales — Port Grimaud — Var This sandy beach is being loved by everyone because of its picturesque goldish coastline decorated with an expressive basked-handle shaped bridge, the lighthouse and all the pines on the shore.
Limited space but very nice space to spend a day, just next to Port Grimaud, the most famous port in Var department; it is close to the Sainte-Maxime. It is quite hard to find a parking place, but if you enjoy to walk, it will not be much of a problem. Accessible by the coastal path on by boat only. If you will chose to walk, you will reach it from the Escalet or Gigaro Bay after some good minute walk. The banks of Cape Taillat are rich and varied sandy beaches, numerous coves and huge rocks on which nudism has become a standard.
You will discover a rich vegetation, extraordinary cacti, thousands of cicadas tingling their concert just for you under the pines. Caribbean-like turquoise sea, soft waves and white sand beaches. The perfect place to be.
One of the busiest streets of the coast, you will find a numerous residences, museums, restaurants along the Bay of Angels. Plenty of space to take a dip in the sea, or to organize a picnic with your friends. You will pleased with a large selection of private beaches.
At the beginning of Promenade des Anglais you will be met by relaxed Plage Castel, further, energetic and ready to party Hi Beach, and a lot of other. Surely you will find the one. There are two islands, the bigger one is called Sainte-Marguerite, and the smaller is Saint-Honorat.
Here you will find a number of small coves and beaches. Upon the arrival at the port, go to the left or to the right, the island is not large, so you will not tarry to find the beach.
Lagoon between the two islands are full of small boats during the summer. It is a not-ending party on the water. If you will get thirsty, traders offer their products from the sailing boats; whistle and waving your hand to draw attention. Cove of Portet — is after the forest house and private property, about twenty meters after the aisle of Portet.
This little known cove is in our opinion one of the most beautiful on the island of Sainte-Marguerite. Surrounded by flat rocks, the beach is composed of small pebbles. You must arrive very early to find a place. The shortest way from port is to take the Eucalyptus path which provides access to the forest house.
Then take the left aisle of the Centre and here you are. Cove of Four — Southeast of the island, it is the beach called the Four. Uncrowded, there are mostly hikers or people are coming by kayak. The beach is nice even if it is only the rollers.
Cove of Crimea — To the east of Fort Sainte-Marguerite, there are several small shaded coves made of pebbles. The various beaches are narrow but there is more common place, in the south of this island.
To get to this cove from the port, follow the signs for the communal cemetery. The stairs down to the creek are set opposite. The high-class villas and hotels have long been a favourite with the jet set. But anyone can sunbathe on the tiny Paloma beach, the shingly shoreline of a cove that faces north-east rather than out to sea.
The view is spellbinding: The platinum credit-card crowd turn up at the Paloma Beach restaurant. It is nice place to try courgette-flower, fish, shrimps or marinated salmon. Main courses may include stylish pizzas and pastas. This magnificent stretch of white sand and pebbles has the verdant Cap Mala on the eastern side end and a steeply rising cliffs on the western side.
There is a couple of fine private beach-restaurants. Both ends of the beach are public, the left is sandier, the right one if turning from pebbles to rocks. This is a place you may never want to leave. You can come to the beach by boat from Nice or Monaco.
If you come here with a car, you will need to walk to the beach, including steep stairs. But definitely worth it.