5 Beautiful Beaches In France

France is one of the main holiday destination in the world. Indeed, it’s one of the rare place where you can go in every season.

Today we give you the 5 most beautiful beaches to see so you can make your choice for your holiday/week-end!

Because France is only famous for two places: Paris and The French Riviera. But you have to know that the best beaches aren’t in Monaco or Nice.


La première : La côte des Basques, Biarritz (South West)

 

This beach is perfect: beautiful, turquoise, close to the center of Biarritz but not at the foot of buildings, really large, a good place to surf as well and the best place to spend the day and the night on during your holidays. And the city of Biarritz is one of the best place of France thanks to its amazing-friendly peoples and perfect weather.

 

 


La seconde: La plade de Palombaggia, Porto-Vecchio, Corse (South East, Island)

 

If you want heavenly small beaches, with soft sand and clear blue water, this is the perfect place for sure. And we don’t need to tell a lot about it instead of the thing that its really far from cities, few little restaurants are situated along the beach so you can spend the day here, and it’s always sunny in Corsica. If you have a doubt, go and check it on Google Earth.

 

 


La troisième: La plage du Petit Spérone, Bonnifacio, Corse (South East, Island)

 

Still in Corsica, this beach is one of the smallest of France! If you go out of the high season, you will feel alone in the world on a heavenly white sand beach. This small “hidden” beach is about 20 mins walk from the parking and is a protected cove with lovely vie of the Cavallo and Lavezzi islands.

 

 


La quatrième: La dune du pilat, Arcachon Bay, South West

 

This beach is the beat place to go during the end of the day, enjoying the sunrise. You will need to climb 114 meters of sand (a scale of 154 steps is here to save you) but it really worth it. Because once you are at the top, the view is just amazing.

 

 


La cinquième: Plage des Huttes in Saint-Denis-d’Oléron, Oleron Island, Mid-West

 

This beach is more the kind of beach where you go if you want to surf / sail or to enjoy the waves. It is 5 km long and it is still very wild, preserved and it is a kind of loophole of usual beaches. It is the typical type of wild beaches of the west of France and you need to see it!

 

 


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