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Nice Beaches
Let me start by pointing out that there is no sand on the beach in Nice. Small areas of sand have been installed for the volleyball courts on Plage Ponchettes and Carras with another sandy area on Plage Beau Rivage for children and events. The beach consists of pebbles, rocks, stones, whatever you may want to call them and yes, they will hurt your feet!
Most beaches will have a sudden drop off at the edge of the shore when you enter the water. This can prove alarming but don’t worry, everyonestruggles to get into and out of the Med when they swim in Nice, it’s all part of the experience.

Public Beaches

The stunning Baie des Anges has a multitude of public beaches to enjoy. You can choose one in Nice or go a little further afield to just beyond the port. These beaches, Plage Coco, Plage de la Reserve and Plage des Bains Militaires enable you to enjoy sunbathing like a local. Their small size offers an intimate atmosphere and the views are exquisite overl…