Description

With a beach that is ideal for lounging, sandcastles and fishing, it is no wonder that the commune has been nicknamed "the children's beach". It is also well known to water sports enthusiasts as it is an essential spot on the Côte de Nacre for kitesurfing and wingfoil. On a human scale, quiet and friendly, Langrune-sur-Mer is no less dynamic with its sailing school which offers a range of water sports activities from the age of 5: catamaran, aquatic walking, moussaillon course, windfoil, wingfoil, kitesurf...

Supervised swimming: The supervised area and the first aid post are located at the Rue de la Mer. Supervision of the beach takes place in July and August.

The shower: next to the first aid post, in summer only

Toilets: Place du 6 juin (PRM) and on the high seawall between the lifeguard station and the sailing club (not PRM)

Bicycles: Bicycles are allowed on the upper breakwater all year round. On the lower breakwater, cyclists must put their feet down. Langrune-sur-Mer is on the Vélomaritime route. This 1,500 km long cycle route from Roscoff to Dunkirk passes through legendary sites such as the D-Day landing beaches, Mont-Saint-Michel and the cliffs of Etretat.

Access for people with disabilities: Dyke accessible with assistance (steep slope) from the parking place (Place du 6 juin) to the dyke. Parking and WC for disabled people on the Place du 6 juin. Provision of a PRM beach chair (Tiralo type) at the first aid post.

Our friends the dogs: Dogs are allowed on a lead at low tide, only on the wet sand area, from 16 September to 14 June inclusive. Remember to bring a doggy waste bag!

Horses: At low tide only from mid-September to mid-June. Access at the crossroads of the Promenade Aristide Briand/rue du Maréchal Montgomery and access at the Promenade Aristide Briand. It is compulsory to pick up the droppings left by your horse on the beach.

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Contact / Find

  • Address: Plage du 6 juin, 14830 LANGRUNE-SUR-MER
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