|How far away
|La Plage de la Croc Ansee
|Our favourite beach of all. Great body boarding, surfing, paddle boarding, body surfing and just paddling in the water. This is a large beach and great for babies, toddlers, children and adults. Free parking and somewhere to get a coffee, plus clean toilets!!
|Sables d’Or les Pins
|This means golden sands and pine trees, which is exactly what you get. A beautiful large beach, with a very gentle slope suitable for all. You can hire bikes, get lunch, ice cream, go on the bouncy castles or just relax!
|St Cast le Guido
|Again, just like Sables d’Or, a long, beautiful, sandy beach. The town also has a long road of cafes and shops, all pedestrian with a play area in the middle. Great ice cream, too.
|Petit Mont St Michel
|A beautiful beach at low tide. Go rock climbing, crabbing, dig for sand eels, or just sit back and relax in the nearby creperie.
|A long beach with a Centre Nautique if you want to hire anything. Great town with boutique shops, restaurants and a long promenade to walk along. Take one of our ride-ons for the kids.
|This beach is brilliant for crabbing, rock pooling and also has the most amazing shells on it.
|A beautiful beach with an old viaduct as the back drop. This beach can catch the wind and is great if you want do kite surfing. There are also toilets and showers on this beach.
|A beach to the side of the port, with a play area, free parking and along the port there are lots of great seafood restaurants. For the more adventurous there is a motor water sports centre where you can ride the banana of the rubber ring, or hire jetskis.
|The savage beaches of Cap D’Erquy
|All of these beaches are a bit of a walk to get to, but well worth it. They are beautiful, the walk is fab and they are often completely deserted. Be warned though, there is a nudish beach.
|This is a great beach, with the golf course as the back drop. Great shells. Easy and free parking and very pretty.