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During our trip to south of France we took a bus from Arles to Saintes-Marie-de-la-Mer beach. It was in July. Weather was perfect. Friends and our kids enjoyed the beach. See was bit cooler and perfect for the warm day. We had a walk through...More
The beach across from Le Dauphine Bleu is divided by jetties and quite shallow for a long way. The water is warm and the beach sand is cleaned every morning. Plenty of restaurants a short walk away and bathrooms spotted along the beach.
The beaches are clean and good maintained. Freshwater showers and public toilets are installed and in good shape. Beaches have no beach bar which is due to the close distance to village not necessary. Parking might be a hustle since there are plenty of holiday...More
This seemed to be a decent beach. I went in March, so I didn’t go for a swim or anything — I just walked out to the end of a jetty and took in the surroundings. The village around this beach was pretty quiet at...More
The beach has fine sand - not as white as we get in Australia - and is fairly well protected. It's very popular with families and others. There were a number of topless bathers when we were there but they don't get a second glance....More
We very much enjoyed our day at Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer beach. I can imagine it would get very busy in August (we visited on a Wednesday in July), there was lots of parking in official car parks and parking spaces on the nearby streets. The beach was...More
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There are some depending on the area you are in and the wind. We rode horseback out on the dunes and along the beach and didn't encounter any at all until we went behind the dunes and into the marsh areas. We had on mosquito... More
There are some depending on the area you are in and the wind. We rode horseback out on the dunes and along the beach and didn't encounter any at all until we went behind the dunes and into the marsh areas. We had on mosquito spray so they weren't too bad. If you are in a still area close to the marsh, I hear they can be bad but we were there in May so it was not a peak time for them.