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6 kilometres of sandy beach, seafront promenade, quays around the port and all around the lagoon...

 

  • PLAGE NORD

Meeting place for windsurfers, one of the best in the Languedoc-Roussillon. Two clubs offer courses in kite surfing and paddle boarding (Kitoo and CBCM). Separate access channels for windsurfing and kitesurfing.
Poste de secours (life guard station) n°1 - Tel. +33 (0) 4 68 21 28 33
Facilities: matting to allow wheelchair access to within 3 metres of the sea.
Gentle slope into the sea.
 

 

  • PLAGE RODIN

Situated near the market, the beach is the scene of strenuous volleyball tournaments, organised by St Cyp Beach Sports, a sports venue open from June to September for children and adults.
Poste de secours (life guard station) n°2 - Tel. +33 (0) 4 68 21 03 03
Facilities: matting to allow wheelchair access to within 8 or 9 metres of the sea. Showers and toilets within 300 metres.
The slope into the sea is quite steep (stony at the water's edge)

 

  • PLAGE MAILLOL

Very central, allowing you to combine shopping and the beach.  All dogs, even on a lead are prohibited from the Maillol beach to the beach near the Tourist Office.
Poste de secours (life guard station) n°3 - +33 (0) 4 68 21 30 59
Facilities: “Tiralo” (an adapted wheelchair with 3 wheels, and 2 buoyancy aids on the sides). Matting to allow wheelchair access within 8 to 9 metres of the sea. This is the most accessible section of the beach. Disabled toilets.
Very gentle slope into the sea (flat).

 

  • PLAGE  DE L’OFFICE DE TOURISME

Swimming is prohibited on the sandy area from the end of Maillol beach to the Tourist Office.

 

  • PLAGE DU PONT TOURNANT

Near the “Centre de Sports de Mer”, the beach at the swing bridge has an access channel reserved for board sports.
Extensive car parking is available for ease of access.
Poste de secours (life guard station) n°4 - tel. +33 (0) 4 68 21 10 04
Facilities: “Tiralo” (an adapted wheelchair with 3 wheels, and 2 buoyancy aids on the sides). Matting to allow wheelchair access to within 3 metres of the sea. Shower, toilet with shower, and disabled toilets.
Steep slope into the sea (becomes deep at once).
 

 

  • PLAGE DE LA LAGUNE

Accessed by the swing bridge, this beach is one of the most natural and untouched on the southern side of the resort.
Poste de secours (life guard station) n°5 - tel. +33 (0) 4 68 21 18 30
Facilities: matting to allow wheelchair access to within 5 metres of the sea.
Very gentle slope into the sea (flat).

 

  • PLAGE SUD

At the extreme south of the resort.
Poste de secours (life guard station) n°6 - tel. +33 (0)4 68 21 12 90
Facilities: matting to allow wheelchair access to within 6 metres of the sea.
Gentle slope into the sea.  Shower and toilets.

 

 

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A protected marine environment...

 


Saint-Cyprien has been awarded the "Blue Flag for Ports and Beaches" since 1993.
 

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   - Availability of beach ashtrays

   - Development of stretches of sand dunes

   - Establishment of protective methods to stop beach erosion

   - Information panels about wildlife and flora

   - Daily beach cleaning

 

Biodegradable rates for materials thrown into the sea


Did you know that it takes 200 years for a drinks can to biodegrade in the sea and
400 to 450 years for a plastic container?

Become more ecologically active; limit the discharge
and dispersal into our river systems and marine
environments of the waste we produce.